“There’s a technique of greatest meditation which is unique in the realms of spiritual consciousness: that is, coming to Gurdwara.”* On the first Sunday of each month all are invited to come to Gurdwara any time between 10:30 and noon. We listen deeply to that sacred sound current, and we sit in community to eat together. Volunteers contribute all the kirtan, food, flowers, prep and cleanup.
We start each monthly program at 10:30 AM with 31 minutes of simple chanting (nam simran) usually led by Siri Vedya Singh on his guitar. We then move into chanting Gurbani Kirtan accompanied by harmonium as well as other eastern and western instruments. After a prayer we receive the order of the day from Siri Guru Granth Sahib and share a delicious meal.
To facilitate meditation and maintenance of this sacred place be sure that your head is covered and shoes are removed. Head coverings are available for your use. Enter the Gurdwara respectfully and if you wish, touch your brow to the ground in reverence for the vibration of Infinity. It is also customary to make a material offering of money, flowers or food.