Subscribe to an email list and you can keep up to date with what is happening at your local temple. An online newsletter will let you know about upcoming programs and remind you of the date and time of the next holy appearance day or Ekadashi fast. You’ll be able to stay informed of who’s visiting and all the latest news. All you need is an email address.

For example, Sri Sri Radha-Gopinatha Mandir in Sydney, Australia, has a regular newsletter. Each week the temple sends an email containing an outline of the latest edition. Click on a link to open a page in your web browser and find the newsletter and all the latest information.

A recent newsletter from the Sydney temple has photos of the latest festival and notices of the coming Rathayatra and other events. It describes which classes will be conducted for the bhakti program on Sunday and what will be happening at the Sunday feast. You can sign up for the Seva Club and find some handy links to websites of interest.

Go to: to see the most recent edition.

Your local temple may offer an email newsletter to help keep you in touch with what’s going on in your area. Check out the temple web site to find out. Your favorite devotee websites may also have email newsletters you can subscribe to.

Here are some popular websites that offer an online subscription newsletter.

Sign up on the ISKCON news website ( and get updates on all the new content posted each week. News from the community of devotees around the world is delivered weekly to your inbox, where you can look at it when you are ready. offers a choice of newsletters, including Newsletter, Thought-a-week, Sanskrit Word-a-week, Verse-a-week, Store Newsletter, and Store Deal-of-the-week.

Find out what live events are scheduled and browse a handpicked selection of news, entertainment, tips, and new features. Go to: where you can read previous newsletters and sign up to receive the new ones.

The newsletter of the Friends of the BBT (Bhaktivedanta Book Trust) includes the latest BBT news and announcements, as well as people profiles, stories about book distribution, and information about projects by Friends of the BBT that you can support. Go to: to join the mailing list.

The Care for Cows website produces a full-color newsletter that includes stories about the business of cow protection and pictures of beautiful cows. Go to: and keep yourself informed about the protection of Krishna’s favorite animal.
—By Antony Brennan