Our Temple is the greatest achievement and an asset of the Hindu community.
History of the Temple
On the 1st May 1990 a group of teenagers together with the elderly from the Phoenix Community formed the Redfern Bhajan Society (R.B.S). The main objective was to promote and propagate our rich Hindu religion and culture. The Redfern Bhajan Society achieved this by going around rendering Bhajans, Kirtans and spreading the word of GOD through discourses.
The Shri Suria-Narayan Temple is a non-profit and tax exempt organisation.
The Shri Suria-Narayan Temple of Phoenix has adopted the vision ' Save the lost at no cost'. With this vision in heart, our organisation has embarked on a brand new project of building an Auditorium, adjacent to our main Temple, so as to cater for the large gatherings at our various festivals and also for providing our community with a much needed venue for holding functions like weddings and ceremonies, dancing and music classes etc.
The main objective of the Shri Suria-Narayan Temple has always been to promote and propagate our rich Hindu religion and culture. It is for this reason that we have a very diverse congregation and many religious prayer festivals are observed throughout the year. In addition to that, many community enrichment and support projects are initiated, for example, Diwali Hamper Distribution, Youth Skills Development and upliftment, Feeding Schemes for the poor and elderly.
Regular Powerful & Dynamic Prayer Services are held at our Temple
Glory & Worship to our Supreme Father Namashivaya
Mondays - 6:30pm to 8pm
Wednesdays - 6:30pm to 7:30pm
Glory & Worship to our Supreme Mother Arthie Parashakthie
Fridays - 6:30pm to 8pm
Bhajan & Raam Bhajan Practice
Sundays - 9:00am to 11am