COVID Updates: Revised Operating Guidelines
New Temple Entry Restrictions
Given the changing COVID situation, it has unfortunately become necessary to adopt more stringent entry requirements so that we can safely continue providing services that are currently available at the temple.
The temple remains open for the convenience of our devotees with restricted entry following recent Public Health Recommendations and the advice of the temple’s medical advisory committee to ensure the safety of the devotees, staff, volunteers and the priests.
Effective Saturday, 14th August 2021, only fully vaccinated persons will be allowed inside the temple. Children, under 12, who are not vaccinated will not be permitted inside the temple for now; in view of the increasing risk for these children to contact the Delta variant of COVID 19.
Our aim is to PROTECT OUR CHILDREN, who are the future of our temple! We as parents are responsible to achieve this as much as possible and in the best possible way. We are also obligated to protect the other high-risk groups ... (Read more)
Self declaration form
It has become increasingly difficult to obtain volunteers to conduct in person screening before entering the temple. Hence, we are implementing a “self declaration” to screen devotees before entering the temple. We request your sincere cooperation in completing this questionnaire 24-48 hours before entering the temple to ensure that the most recent information is being provided. A printed copy of this questionnaire [download, sign, bring to temple] signed by the devotee who has registered online should be brought to the temple and handed to the personnel at the entrance of the temple. We are actively discouraging walk-in’s at this time.
We are planning to engage personnel from a human resources company until the volunteer shortage is resolved. They will be responsible to collect the forms at the door and ensure that the guidelines are being adhered to.
Check out the complete guidelines
Mandatory Visitor Registration
Watch live visuals from the temple
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Based on the Government’s announcement recently, the Board has decided to open the temple on Tuesday, the 15th of June with limited hours…
A Srimad Bhagavata Saptaham is planned during the upcoming Mandalam season.. Your valuable inputs and/or availability to volunteer ..
The Temple calendar for year 2021 is available for download in PDF format. A limited number of printed ones are also available for pick up…
Your temple offers multiple options to donate, book poojas and make payments for the same via online, e-transfer, email or by phone…
If you are not part of the Temple WhatsApp group “GTOB Kshetra Vijñānam” yet, and are interested in joining, please click the invite link..
The Guruvayurappan temple of Brampton is building a volunteer group of people willing to provide their time and energy to support people in need…
Donations and loans
We are really grateful to the following donors who have supported the Temple Building Project by way of donations and interest bearing loans during the past few years. read more …
Management and Reporting
The Guruvayurappan Temple of Brampton (GToB) is run by the members through a Board of Directors, elected yearly. The Board is authorized to .. read more …
Thirumeni (Chief priest)
Shri Divakaran Namboothiri is the Chief priest and Thantri of the Guruvayurappan temple of Brampton. He hails from Kariannur Mana. The family members. read more …