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Newsletter – January 2018

We celebrate the Gurpurb on 5th January 2018. Guru Gobind Singh was the last of the ten Gurus, the one who transformed the Sikh faith. In 1699 he created the Khalsa (Pure), a community of the faithful who wore visible symbols of their faith and trained as warriors. Today the Khalsa comprises all practising Sikhs. […]

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Introducing Classical Music classes

  Most of the Gurbani is in Ragas. Most families used to encourage their children to learn Kirtan together with reciting Nit Nem, the traditional daily prayers. This was a common practice in most households at least a generation ago.   The youth today, with a few exceptions, are strangers to classical music. Holding classical […]

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British Heart Foundation – Bronze Award

During a recent visit to our Gurdwaras, British Heart Foundation representative, Manjit Singh presented us with a ‘Bronze’ certificate. His citation reads: “We have successfully completed the bronze level of the social cooking project that we have been involved in. The aim of the project is to help us reduce the amount of saturated fat […]

Brent SIkh Centre

Kirtan Ragi Jatha Vacancy available

Brent Sikh Centre has a vacancy available for an experienced kirtan ragi jatha. Jatha must be baptised Sikhs and have excellent kirtan skills. Duties entail (but not limited to) attending prayers and kirtan morning and evening for the congregation, special services of marriages, funerals and / or any other religious functions. Hours – 23 hours […]