Please download October’s newsletter where you will find information about upcoming programmes and functions. Classical music and Kirtan classes are now available at BSC and will be held on Thursday’s at 5pm – 7pm. Read more about it in this months issue. Click the link to download the newsletter for October 2015 – BSC Newsletter Oct 15
Please download September’s newsletter where you will find information about upcoming programmes and functions. BSC were awarded Gold by the British Heart Foundation team for our excellent progress and commitment to Langar preparation and hygiene standards. Read more about it in this months issue. Click the link to download the newsletter for September 2015 – BSC Newsletter Sept 15
Please download August’s newsletter where you will find information about upcoming programmes and functions as well as important information for the sangat regarding parking, and introducing new learning classes such as Sewing and Classical Music. Click the link to download the newsletter for August 2015 – BSC Newsletter Aug_2015
Sewing classes will commence from 6th September 2015 and will be held on Sunday mornings. If you wish to find out more information about these classes please contact the office for further details. As a precautionary notice – Mums attending these classes are requested not to bring their children with them for safety reasons.
Please click the link to download July’s newsletter: BSC Newsletter July 15
Har Gobind ji became Guru on 11 June 1606 following in the footsteps of his father Guru Arjan Dev ji. During the Guruship ceremony he wore two swords, the one on his right side represented Piree (spiritual living) and that on his left stood for Miree (temporal power) Guru Gobind Singh administered Pahul (ceremonial initiation into […]
Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji – Prakash Purb 2 May 1563 Guru Arjan Dev Ji laid the foundation of the Golden Temple (Harmandir Sahib) in Amritsar. He also declared that all Sikhs should donate a tenth of their earnings to charity. The!greatest contribution he made to the Sikh faith was to compile all of the […]
Vaisakhi ( also spelled as Vaisakhi) is the festival which celebrates the founding of the Sikh community known as the Khalsa. To find out more about this occasion and other historical events please click the link below to download April’s newsletter: Click here to download the April 2015 newsletter: BSC Newsletter Apr 15