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Aug
5
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Aug 5 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Aug
12
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Aug 12 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Aug
19
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Aug 19 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Aug
26
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Aug 26 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Sep
2
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Sep 2 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Sep
7
Mon
Sunday Assembly @ Lifecare Edinburgh
Sep 7 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Sunday Assembly @ Lifecare Edinburgh

We have assemblies generally on the first Sunday of the month, and usually at the Lifecare Centre in Stockbridge (with occasional exceptions). Our Facebook page usually has up-to-date information on upcoming assemblies.

We tend to have around 30-70 people attending, and the assemblies last an hour. They typically include some congregational singing of well-known uplifting pop songs accompanied by the house band, some gorgeous  performance poetry, a stimulating talk, cake, and a chance to chat with others.

Children are welcome – we don’t currently include anything in the programme specifically geared towards kids, but we are open to suggestions/ideas/volunteers to help! There is an invitation tojoin us for a tea or coffee after the assembly too.

We also have socials in-between assemblies, and occasional community volunteering events which we are trying to do more of. Again, please check our Facebook page for details of these. Our book club meets about every six weeks.

If you would like to be added to our mailing list, ask any questions, or just say hello, please do get in touch.

Hope to see you soon!

Sep
9
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Sep 9 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Sep
16
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Sep 16 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Sep
23
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Sep 23 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Sep
30
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Sep 30 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Oct
5
Mon
Sunday Assembly @ Lifecare Edinburgh
Oct 5 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Sunday Assembly @ Lifecare Edinburgh

We have assemblies generally on the first Sunday of the month, and usually at the Lifecare Centre in Stockbridge (with occasional exceptions). Our Facebook page usually has up-to-date information on upcoming assemblies.

We tend to have around 30-70 people attending, and the assemblies last an hour. They typically include some congregational singing of well-known uplifting pop songs accompanied by the house band, some gorgeous  performance poetry, a stimulating talk, cake, and a chance to chat with others.

Children are welcome – we don’t currently include anything in the programme specifically geared towards kids, but we are open to suggestions/ideas/volunteers to help! There is an invitation tojoin us for a tea or coffee after the assembly too.

We also have socials in-between assemblies, and occasional community volunteering events which we are trying to do more of. Again, please check our Facebook page for details of these. Our book club meets about every six weeks.

If you would like to be added to our mailing list, ask any questions, or just say hello, please do get in touch.

Hope to see you soon!

Oct
7
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Oct 7 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Oct
14
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Oct 14 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Oct
21
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Oct 21 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Oct
28
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Oct 28 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Nov
2
Mon
Sunday Assembly @ Lifecare Edinburgh
Nov 2 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Sunday Assembly @ Lifecare Edinburgh

We have assemblies generally on the first Sunday of the month, and usually at the Lifecare Centre in Stockbridge (with occasional exceptions). Our Facebook page usually has up-to-date information on upcoming assemblies.

We tend to have around 30-70 people attending, and the assemblies last an hour. They typically include some congregational singing of well-known uplifting pop songs accompanied by the house band, some gorgeous  performance poetry, a stimulating talk, cake, and a chance to chat with others.

Children are welcome – we don’t currently include anything in the programme specifically geared towards kids, but we are open to suggestions/ideas/volunteers to help! There is an invitation tojoin us for a tea or coffee after the assembly too.

We also have socials in-between assemblies, and occasional community volunteering events which we are trying to do more of. Again, please check our Facebook page for details of these. Our book club meets about every six weeks.

If you would like to be added to our mailing list, ask any questions, or just say hello, please do get in touch.

Hope to see you soon!

Nov
4
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Nov 4 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Nov
11
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Nov 11 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Nov
18
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Nov 18 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Nov
25
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Nov 25 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Dec
2
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Dec 2 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Dec
7
Mon
Sunday Assembly @ Lifecare Edinburgh
Dec 7 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Sunday Assembly @ Lifecare Edinburgh

We have assemblies generally on the first Sunday of the month, and usually at the Lifecare Centre in Stockbridge (with occasional exceptions). Our Facebook page usually has up-to-date information on upcoming assemblies.

We tend to have around 30-70 people attending, and the assemblies last an hour. They typically include some congregational singing of well-known uplifting pop songs accompanied by the house band, some gorgeous  performance poetry, a stimulating talk, cake, and a chance to chat with others.

Children are welcome – we don’t currently include anything in the programme specifically geared towards kids, but we are open to suggestions/ideas/volunteers to help! There is an invitation tojoin us for a tea or coffee after the assembly too.

We also have socials in-between assemblies, and occasional community volunteering events which we are trying to do more of. Again, please check our Facebook page for details of these. Our book club meets about every six weeks.

If you would like to be added to our mailing list, ask any questions, or just say hello, please do get in touch.

Hope to see you soon!

Dec
9
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Dec 9 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Dec
16
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Dec 16 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Dec
23
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Dec 23 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Dec
30
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Dec 30 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Jan
4
Mon
Sunday Assembly @ Lifecare Edinburgh
Jan 4 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Sunday Assembly @ Lifecare Edinburgh

We have assemblies generally on the first Sunday of the month, and usually at the Lifecare Centre in Stockbridge (with occasional exceptions). Our Facebook page usually has up-to-date information on upcoming assemblies.

We tend to have around 30-70 people attending, and the assemblies last an hour. They typically include some congregational singing of well-known uplifting pop songs accompanied by the house band, some gorgeous  performance poetry, a stimulating talk, cake, and a chance to chat with others.

Children are welcome – we don’t currently include anything in the programme specifically geared towards kids, but we are open to suggestions/ideas/volunteers to help! There is an invitation tojoin us for a tea or coffee after the assembly too.

We also have socials in-between assemblies, and occasional community volunteering events which we are trying to do more of. Again, please check our Facebook page for details of these. Our book club meets about every six weeks.

If you would like to be added to our mailing list, ask any questions, or just say hello, please do get in touch.

Hope to see you soon!

Jan
6
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Jan 6 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Jan
13
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Jan 13 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Jan
20
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Jan 20 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Jan
27
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Jan 27 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Feb
1
Mon
Sunday Assembly @ Lifecare Edinburgh
Feb 1 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Sunday Assembly @ Lifecare Edinburgh

We have assemblies generally on the first Sunday of the month, and usually at the Lifecare Centre in Stockbridge (with occasional exceptions). Our Facebook page usually has up-to-date information on upcoming assemblies.

We tend to have around 30-70 people attending, and the assemblies last an hour. They typically include some congregational singing of well-known uplifting pop songs accompanied by the house band, some gorgeous  performance poetry, a stimulating talk, cake, and a chance to chat with others.

Children are welcome – we don’t currently include anything in the programme specifically geared towards kids, but we are open to suggestions/ideas/volunteers to help! There is an invitation tojoin us for a tea or coffee after the assembly too.

We also have socials in-between assemblies, and occasional community volunteering events which we are trying to do more of. Again, please check our Facebook page for details of these. Our book club meets about every six weeks.

If you would like to be added to our mailing list, ask any questions, or just say hello, please do get in touch.

Hope to see you soon!

Feb
3
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Feb 3 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Feb
10
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Feb 10 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Feb
17
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Feb 17 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Feb
24
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Feb 24 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.

Mar
1
Mon
Sunday Assembly @ Lifecare Edinburgh
Mar 1 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Sunday Assembly @ Lifecare Edinburgh

We have assemblies generally on the first Sunday of the month, and usually at the Lifecare Centre in Stockbridge (with occasional exceptions). Our Facebook page usually has up-to-date information on upcoming assemblies.

We tend to have around 30-70 people attending, and the assemblies last an hour. They typically include some congregational singing of well-known uplifting pop songs accompanied by the house band, some gorgeous  performance poetry, a stimulating talk, cake, and a chance to chat with others.

Children are welcome – we don’t currently include anything in the programme specifically geared towards kids, but we are open to suggestions/ideas/volunteers to help! There is an invitation tojoin us for a tea or coffee after the assembly too.

We also have socials in-between assemblies, and occasional community volunteering events which we are trying to do more of. Again, please check our Facebook page for details of these. Our book club meets about every six weeks.

If you would like to be added to our mailing list, ask any questions, or just say hello, please do get in touch.

Hope to see you soon!

Mar
3
Wed
Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen @ Guru Nanak Gurdwara
Mar 3 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Building a better community by fighting hunger together  Inspiration: Guru Nanak Dev Ji Was the first Sikh guru who established Langar (free open kitchen).

Langar is a vegetarian meal made by a Sikh congregation and is served to all who visit a Sikh temple (Gurdwara), whilst sitting at the same level on the floor.  This eliminates any type of caste system, showing no difference between the rich and poor.  The Edinburgh Sikh community are offering this service to provide a free hot meal to the needy and bring the whole community together despite religion or race

The Kitchen

Most ingrediants if not all are purchase from donation. The food is bought, prepared and cooked by the chefs that is served at the stalls of Guru Nanak Kitchen. Please see pictures below of Sewadars that diligently serve the meals every wednesday undeterred by the weather.

Guru Nanaks free kitchen chefs

All work is done by volunteers. If you want to take part please contact Committee member Kulbeer Singh on 0131 553 7207.

The Chefs for Guru Nanak Kitchen from left to right: –
Ronak Singh, Raman Singh, Subeg Singh, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Daljit Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Kulwant Singh.