This year's Toronto Singhs Camp camp was attended by around 100+ campers. The camp is aimed at people aged 16 years and above, however it had some younger children who also benefited from the Sangat, Seva, and Simran. It is a great opportunity to experience Sikhi in a relaxed, friendly and spiritually charged environment. This year, Toronto Singhs Camp took place at Pearson Williams Christian Center in London, Ontorio. The beautiful natural surroundings helped to connect with and appreciate the Creator and creation.
This year's workshop facilitators and speakers included Bhai Sukhwinder Singh (UK) and Bhai Harman Singh (Calgary). The theme of the camp was based on topics taken from Japji Sahib. Each year the camp organisers pick thoughtful topics that are relevant to the daily lives of campers.
Some photos from the camp taken by Bhai Ranjit Singh:
Satguru Ji arriving with grandeur and style to the camp site.
The local Sevadaars have a great set up in doing Satguru Ji's Seva. Very inspiring.
Satguru Ji's Darbaar looking amazing.
Singhs Camp dedicated Langar team. Langar is an integral part of the camp! #LangarCamp
Veer Ji Harman Singh's lecture was on Hukam. What Hukam means and why and how a Sikh should follow Hukam.
Sangat listening to the talk.
During Toronto Singhs Camp 2018, Bhai Sukhwinder Singh (UK), aka Sukhi Baba, did the grand launch of his new charity organisation called 'Basics of Sukhi'. His strap line is 'Harm yourself with knowledge'. I think Veer Harman Singh (Basics of Sikhi) has got some healthy competition going on!
Bhai Sukhwinder Singh's talk was on on how Gurbani deals with Dukh (suffering). What is suffering, how we suffer, what is true suffering and how to overcome suffering.
Bhai Jagjit Singh (Melbourne) doing Kirtan in the evening darbaar.
Sukhaasan Seva led by campers
Daas' workshop was on using Mool Mantar to explain Sikhi to non-Sikhs and ideas of how to do Parchaar.
Sangat doing group work during discussions.
You cannot escape Big Brother's camera at Toronto Singhs Camp (aka known as Veer Jaspaul Singh. His dedication to Seva is inspiring)!
Pool party (without the party).
When war breaks lose in the camp!
Some campers took things more seriously than others!
Evening Kirtan in the open.
Sangat doing Kirtan.
When someone decides to make a Parshaada that is bigger than their face!
Sangat making Langar