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 .
Are you facing an issue at home, work, or school that you need help with? Are you looking for a non judgmental, confidential and uplifting environment to share your troubles in? Or do you want to just chat to someone, in a confidential environment? Come be supported in the Sikh Sisters Support Group on Monday evenings from 6-7pm, meeting in the Boardroom (back .
If you have lived in Surrey since or before 1985, and have information that you can share about the Sikh Community we want to hear from you. These can include personal, familial stories or major community events. Information and stories are not limited to just the Sikh Community." We want to know about life for Sikhs from 1985 or before, the .
GNSG Surrey Museum Heritage Project: Shout-out to youth volunteers Are you interested in the history of the Sikh community in Surrey? Are you willing to learn new skills in videography, archiving, collections and others relevant to arts and culture? Are you willing to spare 10-15 hours a month this year towards this project? Are you aged between 15-24 years and want additional credits and .
The Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara Society presents the 2012 Miri Piri Festival running from July 23rd to July 29th! Celebrating the spirit of the Saint and Soldier – the festivities begin on July 23rd featuring an entire week of religious celebrations for the entire family. Finally, after many years, on July 29th the Miri Piri Nagar Kirtan will again go through .
On June 28th, local school children visited the Gurdwara Sahib and learned about Sikhism. Bhai Bikramjit Singh, the Gurdwara Sahib President, explained in English important concepts of Sikhism. To book school visits, teachers can call the Gurdwara Sahib Office or email us.
Take part in the Community Initiative to purchase bears for children who are residents of Canuck Place and B.C Children’s Hospital and Ronald McDonald House. As many of you know, when kids are scared and going through painful medical procedures, it's not always easy to share with others. But a teddy bear is someone they can whisper their pains and fears .
Take out 10 minutes to do your part in the fight against Breast Cancer. The Sirf Dus Campaign aims to increase awareness as well as participation of the mammography program amongst members of the South Asian community living in the Lower Mainland. The literal translation of “Sirf Dus” is both “Only/Just Ten” as well as “Only/Just Tell”. We are asking South .