The Atlanta Center is a branch of Self-Realization Fellowship (SRF), a worldwide non-profit religious organization with international headquarters located in Los Angeles, California. SRF was founded in 1920 by Paramahansa Yogananda for the purpose of disseminating Kriya Yoga, a sacred spiritual science originating millenniums ago in India, for attaining direct personal experience of God. In India and surrounding countries, Paramahansa Yogananda’s work is known as Yogoda Satsanga Society of India (YSS), which has more than 100 centers, retreats, and ashrams. The Atlanta Center serves families and friends throughout Georgia and the southeastern neighboring states. The Center is open to the public during our services, which are held on Sunday mornings.

Reopening of the Atlanta Center of SRF


Update for Covid-19 Protocol:  Wearing Masks Are Now Optional

Attending Services at the Atlanta Center: We are happy to announce our safety protocols have been updated. Wearing masks inside the building is now optional.
Please continue to adhere to the current social distancing policies while inside the building. The weekly services will remain, Sundays 10 am Meditation Service and 11 am Reading Service. Please exit the building after the service and use the outdoor spaces for fellowship.
Presently, we are unable to add additional services because we don't have enough volunteer support. We need volunteers to serve in every area of our Center. We need ushers, service readers, Sunday school teachers; flower, fellowship, and book room; Lesson Study group leaders, and volunteers in other areas. If you can serve at the Center, please send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or fill out a volunteer form in Fellowship Hall. For those of you previously serving on volunteer committees, please send an email to your committee chair and let them know you are available to serve.