Beginning in January 2010, a new Executive Committee began service at the Gurdwara. The innovative, youth-oriented, executive introduced a variety of diverse and much needed programs and services. The success of these programs has made an astonishing impact on the community and youth. Live Broadcast of programs on Shaw 540, internet Radio, Ustream, Smartphone and one of the most active .
Sikhs around the world are celebrating, March 14th as Sikh Environment Day. This day is also the first day of the Sikh Calendar and is also the Gurgaddi Diwas of our Seventh Guru, Sri Guru Har Rai Ji, Who is remembered in Sikh history for his deep sensitivity to nature and its preservation. Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara has a host of environmental .
By Contributed - Surrey North Delta Leader Published: April 22, 2011 9:00 AM Complete article available from: http://www.bclocalnews.com/community/120314709.html A group of Sikh youths will commemorate Vaisakhi by teaching their elders an important lesson about environmental sustainability. During last year’s Vaisakhi parade, the Sikh Green Team combed 128 Street, collecting hundreds of plastic bottles and cans that had .
A flurry of environment related events activities organized by the Sikh Green Team has left the local Sikh community energized and armed with knowledge to make a significant impact on preserving our natural environment. Initiatives such as Sikh Environment Day and Earth Hour at the Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara received a great deal of support from the local community. The .
Come join the Sikh Green Team on Sunday September 5th at the Abbotsford Nagar Kirtan.The team will be helping with the recycling efforts and volunteers are required. To volunteer call 778-241-8088 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The environment and looking after the world we live in is a major part of the beliefs and values of Sikhism. We're here on this world not for ourselves but to help and assist all others on this planet. The Sikh Green Team was put together to help educate the community on environmental issues. Various events have been held throughout 2010 .
April 2010, was Environment Month at Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara (Surrey-Delta). Various events were held throughout the month to promote awareness and knowledge of environmental issues. Events included an Environment Fair on April 10, focusing on sustainable transportation; Vaisakhi Sikh Parade Recycling Clean-up on April 17; and Be the Change Seminar on April 18. The Gurdwara .
On April 18th 2010, Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara and Be the Change Earth Alliance, proudly present a community forum, to create awareness on developing sustainability awareness in the Sikh community and how together we can all make a difference, Today. Program Details: 1) A dynamic, interactive 1 hour presentation. This visually stimulating journey addresses four key questions: Where are we? How did we get .