Vancouver, BC Satsang

Kitsilano Satsang

Next event (Monthly): Oct 9, 2016 4:30pm-6:30pm 

Amma's Satsangs are free and open to everyone. The Kitsilano satsang occurs on the second Sunday of the month and is one of the ongoing scheduled spiritual activies in Vancouver. The program consists of:

  • Chanting 108 Names of Amma
  • Amma's Teachings - a reading from Amma's texts.
  • Singing of Bhajans - beautiful devotional songs
  • Arati (offering the flame) and closing prayers
  • Meditation - short, unguided, group meditation.

Although not required, all donations are welcomed, and go towards Amma's charitable activities around the world.

Location:

Studion at 3586 West 4th Avenue, Vancouver

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Contact:

Amma Vancouver

Saturday
Oct
15
11:00am - 2:00pm
The lower mainland has the second highest poverty rate in Canada. Once a month, our group gathers at Quest Food Exchange to package donated food, so that it can be provided to those in need. In 2015 Quest had $8,701,058 in food and products donated and 870,105 lbs of food and products rescued. This... more ›
Saturday
Oct
22
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Amma's Satsangs are free and open to everyone. The home-based satsang occurs on the fourth Saturday of the month and is one of the ongoing scheduled spiritual activities in Vancouver. The location changes monthly - so please check the website for the current location. The program consists of:
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Saturday
Nov
19
11:00am - 2:00pm
The lower mainland has the second highest poverty rate in Canada. Once a month, our group gathers at Quest Food Exchange to package donated food, so that it can be provided to those in need. In 2015 Quest had $8,701,058 in food and products donated and 870,105 lbs of food and products rescued. This... more ›
Saturday
Dec
17
11:00am - 2:00pm
The lower mainland has the second highest poverty rate in Canada. Once a month, our group gathers at Quest Food Exchange to package donated food, so that it can be provided to those in need. In 2015 Quest had $8,701,058 in food and products donated and 870,105 lbs of food and products rescued. This... more ›
Saturday
Dec
31
A Multi-Day Event
All are welcome to join in celebrating the new year. Amma's programs are free. The program will consist of:
  • 1000 names of Sri Lalita
A light meal will be served after the 1000 names. Following this will be satsang starting at 10:00 pm consisting of:
  • 108 Names of Amma...
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Saturday
Jan
21
11:00am - 2:00pm
The lower mainland has the second highest poverty rate in Canada. Once a month, our group gathers at Quest Food Exchange to package donated food, so that it can be provided to those in need. In 2015 Quest had $8,701,058 in food and products donated and 870,105 lbs of food and products rescued. This... more ›
Saturday
Feb
18
11:00am - 2:00pm
The lower mainland has the second highest poverty rate in Canada. Once a month, our group gathers at Quest Food Exchange to package donated food, so that it can be provided to those in need. In 2015 Quest had $8,701,058 in food and products donated and 870,105 lbs of food and products rescued. This... more ›
Saturday
Mar
18
11:00am - 2:00pm
The lower mainland has the second highest poverty rate in Canada. Once a month, our group gathers at Quest Food Exchange to package donated food, so that it can be provided to those in need. In 2015 Quest had $8,701,058 in food and products donated and 870,105 lbs of food and products rescued. This... more ›
Saturday
Apr
15
11:00am - 2:00pm
The lower mainland has the second highest poverty rate in Canada. Once a month, our group gathers at Quest Food Exchange to package donated food, so that it can be provided to those in need. In 2015 Quest had $8,701,058 in food and products donated and 870,105 lbs of food and products rescued. This... more ›
Saturday
May
20
11:00am - 2:00pm
The lower mainland has the second highest poverty rate in Canada. Once a month, our group gathers at Quest Food Exchange to package donated food, so that it can be provided to those in need. In 2015 Quest had $8,701,058 in food and products donated and 870,105 lbs of food and products rescued. This... more ›