- A New Term begins for SSE
A New Term begins for SSE
Sairam. A new term commenced for the SSE in the new year 2022. Classes commenced on Sunday 9th January. They will continue online for now, while we monitor the pandemic situation in the country. We look forward to welcoming the students to the Sai Centre for physical classes at a later date. For details on the programme and this term, please see https://saisociety.org.sg/sse.
The SSE classes (called Bal Vikas in India) are conducted on Sundays from 9:15 am to 11:45 am. Currently the classes are online. Students between ages 4 years and 18 years are part of this programme.
If you wish to admit your child to the programme, please see https://saisociety.org.sg/registersse for details and the registration form.
- New Year Morning Bhajans
Welcoming New Year 2022 !!
Sairam and Greetings,
Wishing you all a Happy, Healthy & Holy New Year ! !
We welcome You Oh! 2022, come and shine that priceless grace and blessing, blessing of Love That Conquers, in absolute abundance…
Sai Society has hosted yet another divine Veda session that was followed by delightful bhajans on the New Year morning at the Sathya Sai Baba Centre premises to start the new year in an auspicious manner. Bhajans are the Royal Highway to feel the Lord’s presence in our hearts, therefore what greater bliss than beginning the year with even more positivity. The bhajans were followed by Aarthi & announcements.
The past year has been challenging in many ways, while it has also been a year of exploring and expanding our horizons to continue doing Seva via different modes. During the pandemic, Sai Society served needy families and jobless migrant workers through food aid. Devotees were kept in touch with the bhajans through live streaming and weekly Thursday bhajan upload. Students were engaged through online SSE (bal vikas) classes. The premises was kept clean and necessary repair works carried out from time to time.
Many people took the current situation of the pandemic as an opportunity to go inwards – for SAI stands for See Always Inside, and then we find BABA: Being, Awareness, Bliss, Atma. Spirituality is not immunity from difficulties but having peace during difficulties through Divine grace.
Let us join in the service of mankind, let us derive joy by participating in the multitude of services on offer.
To express interest in volunteering, please use this form: https://goo.gl/forms/oEJ9ptEP59hjNgBQ2.
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Samastha Lokah Sukhino Bhavantu.
- Food Distribution
Food Distribution Seva
We’ve bid adieu to 2021 with Bhagawan’s dearest Narayana Seva: God in the poor is being served, that the formless God has taken the form of the poor hapless one, the Daridra Narayana. As we know Narayana Seva is not mere poor feeding, but a personal, family and community sadhana.
Our volunteers gather for packing the essential goods for hundreds of families across the island and then hand them over on the 1st Sunday of the month. While food is a necessity, it is the few kind words exchanged with the families that are of greater essence, that leaves us fulfilled.
Let us dive into this seva and reconnect spiritually.
Watch this space for more such activities.
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- Sai Centre is Open
The Sathya Sai Baba Centre is Now Open
Sairam. We are happy to announce that by Bhagawan’s grace, the Sathya Sai Baba Centre is now open for darshan on Thursdays and Saturdays. The opening timings are from 7 pm to 9 pm on Thursdays, and from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm on Saturdays. Only fully vaccinated visitors may visit the prayer hall during these opening hours. Volunteers will be on duty to help with the safe management measures. Everyone must wear face masks at all times on the premise. Please see the flyers below for further information and safety.
- Bhagawan’s 96th Birthday Celebration Photos
96th Birthday Celebration – Some Photos
Sairam. Bhagawan’s 96th Birthday Celebration was a welcome relief for hundreds of devotees who attended on Tuesday. Nearly a 1000 devotees came during the day; they all went about darshan in a disciplined manner, as is typical amongst Sai devotees. The safe management volunteers on duty assisted them with the checkin/checkout and the safe distancing protocols. Volunteers constantly disinfected the high-touch surfaces to keep everyone safe. The evening bhajans were attended by over 100 devotees, limited by the safe management protocols. Hundreds of others joined the bhajans online through the Live transmission. Here is a recording of the morning prayers at the Sai Centre: https://youtu.be/MVwPsNr7TB4, and the evening bhajan https://youtu.be/VQjjWkNnIgs.