Thank you to beloved community for all you do. Jai Maa!
SHARANYA is a small and growing community-supported organization, run fully by devotee volunteers. All of our work in the world, from pujas and meditation circles to project work in India, is carried out from a place of love and desire for engagement with Maa and Her creation through seva or spiritual service. There are always opportunities for newcomers and those established in our circles and community as well as our extended family near and far to help deepen and expand our offerings. We welcome your participation and inspiration!
Feel free to bring us your ideas and energy. We have many ways for you to become immediately and directly involved in a vibrant and growing spiritual community, and look forward to your unique expression of joy in Her name. We welcome your suggestions too; your experience, expertise, and desire can inform many of the ways we do Her work in the world!
All who wish to help create community and work alongside our Daughters of Kali and initiate family are welcome to join in our efforts. There are many, many ways to help, most of which we probably can't imagine...but are in your heart we're sure!
Some current opportunities for engagement with us include:
- Worship Creation, Logistics & Planning - Are you a musician, singer, dancer, artist or in other ways creative? Join with us to celebrate Maa in monthly public ceremony, our Kali Puja, helping to create a spirit of fun and devotion. Are you otherwise interested in being more engaged in the particulars of worship? Join one of our classes to get a foundation in our tradition and contact us to let us know your ideas.
- Communications, Technology & Infrastructure - Are you a web guru, email maven, or great writer? Do you have lots of connections and love networking? Can you do flip-flops around a newsletter and still chant the 1,008 names of Maa? Does HTML make you happy? We need you! Contact us to let us know of your interest in working with us.
Other public opportunities include (updated regularly):