Youth With A Mission visits Richmond Gurdwara
Los Angeles, Nov 22, 2022
NRIpress.club/Balwant Sanghera/ Ramesh/ A.Gary Singh
A group of about 25 grades 9 to 12 students, ,their teachers and some church leaders from Paradise Valley, Alberta were in Vancouver recently to do some volunteer work in the community. As part of their visit here they decided to visit Gurdwara Nanak Niwas and a few other places of worship on Richmond's Highway to Heaven on November 9. In addition to paying their respect at the Gurdwara , they were keen to learn about Sikhism and the South Asian community.
It was an honour for me to speak about both of these issues and answer their questions. The group members asked very interesting questions and were very curious to learn about Sikhism and the South Asian community in BC and Canada. Later, they were treated to very delicious samosas, cake and tea in the Langar Hall. Before leaving, they profusely thanked the Gurdwara management for very warm welcome. Visits like this by students and adults go a long way in creating more pride in our community. Balwant Sanghera, General Secretary, India Cultural Centre of Canada Gurdwara Nanak Niwas, Richmond, BC.
General Secretary, India Cultural Centre of Canada Gurdwara Nanak Niwas,