Lift Renovation Work At The Sthanak

Jai Jinendra,

IMPORTANT UPDATE: LIFT RENOVATION WORK AT THE SJRS STHANAK

This is to inform all members that renovation work of the lift at the SJRS Sthanak has commenced on 8th Sep 2020.

SJRS Sthanak Lift Unavailable During Lift Renovation Period: 8 Sep 2020 till 8 Nov 2020

During this lift renovation period, the old lift will be dismantled followed by new lift installation / testing / commissioning / certification.

If you plan to book any Darshan slots during this lift renovation period, keep in mind that there is no lift available and access to Level 2 is only through staircases.

Reservation of Darshan timeslot will continue to be available as per the current COVID19 safe management plan (Reference: https://www.sjrs.org.sg/?p=3982 ).

All members and their families are advised to exercise caution when visiting the Sthanak during this lift renovation period.

Should you encounter any issues or have any feedback regarding the renovation, please approach any of the MC members or email <sjrs@sjrs.org.sg>. Please do not interact with the contractor staff directly.

We will notify all members once the new lift is ready for members’ use. Thank you for your understanding and support. We apologise for the inconveniences you may face during the Lift Renovation Period.🙏

Regards

Facilities Management Subcommittee, SJRS

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Sthanak Open for Darshan – by APPOINTMENTS ONLY!

Dear members,

You will be very happy to know that after almost 2 months of circuit-break closure, we are opening the sthanak for darshan. Under Phase 1 rules, there are a number of rules and restrictions that we have to observe for your safety. You can read the detailed guidelines here.

DARSHAN BOOKING QR CODE

We have devised a booking system on a “first come-first served” basis. Bookings for allocated timeslots need to be made in advance. Please scan this QR code or follow this link       https://tinyurl.com/SJRSDarshan

Let’s follow the guidelines, be safe, and we will be able to resume our normal religious activities very soon.

 

 

Jai Jinendra

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Adult Swadhyay Classes

Dear Members,

SJRS continues to conduct the weekly Sunday Swadhyay session over Skype. Members  and  families who are interested to join Adult Swadhyay can join the Swadhyay WhatsApp group by scanning the following QR code.

Adult Swadhyay Class

 

Jai Jinendra

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Jain Shala Classes Online!

Dear members,

The kids have been missing their Jain Shala friends and teachers for the past 2 months, so SJS teachers have decided to commence online Jain Shala classes via Zoom from 7th June 2020. Each class will be for a duration of 40-60 minutes and will start at 10:30am sharp. Note that not all levels will have classes every week – classes will be staggered (weekly / bi-weekly classes per level).

The teachers will be dividing the children into groups, and the respective teachers will contact the parents to advise them on their children’s class dates, Zoom ID, passwords & any other details for the specific groups. We encourage all kids to participate and attendance will be taken by teachers.

Parents can liaise directly with the specific teacher who would have added the parents on the respective WhatsApp groups. More details will be shared shortly and we hope the kids will enjoy these virtual classes, until physical classes can re-commence at our Sthanak premises.

In the meantime, if any parents have any questions or need clarification, please contact Jain Shala Head Teacher, Dollyben Shah.

Jai Jinendra

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More Help for Migrant Workers

Dear Members,
We thank you all for your overwhelming response to our Roti making collaboration with Gurudwara for Migrant Workers. Here is another opportunity to contribute and support migrant workers (as detailed in the following flyer). W

Help for Migrant Workers

An initiative to extend more help to our migrant workers.

We encourage all to support this noble cause

Jai Jinendra🙏🏻

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Roti for Migrant Workers Project

Dear Members
 
We are pleased to share that our Volunteers delivered 3000++ Rotis last Friday for the SJRS Roti for Migrant Workers Project, which we are working on  in collaboration with Katong Sikh Gurudwara. This Project will continue to be run by our Commit and Ladies Wing teams.

We appreciate your Seva and thank all those who made the rotis – from hundreds of homes across Singapore – as well as our Area ICs who coordinated the collection and delivery of the rotis to the Gurudwara. 

The Katong Gurudwara has been running LOP – Langar (Free food for all in need) Outreach Program which is entirely funded and run by a group of volunteers from various races and faiths, and needs more support during this current Covid-19 situation.

We would like to reassure members that NO Rotis go to waste. The Gurudwara is extending distributions of meals to the migrant workers, construction sites, organizations that run free meal programs,the needy and also to stranded Indian students.

They have requested us to provide Rotis/chapatis which can be made by our members, and then delivered to them or collected by our area representatives.

Members who drive and wish to volunteer for delivery Seva can also reach out to help, as we need volunteers who can pick up from various locations.  
 
We sincerely encourage all members to contact any member of the MC or email to sjrs@sjrs.org.sg, to take this opportunity to do Seva during this challenging period, be it by volunteering to make the rotis or helping to deliver them.
 
 
Jai Jinendra🙏

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IRO Pledge on Social Defence

Dear Members,

The IRO, with the support of leaders and members of the Hindu, Jewish, Zoroastrian, Buddhist, Taoist, Jain, Christian, Muslim, Sikh and the Baha’i Faith communities in Singapore, affirmed a new Inter-Religious Pledge to Strengthen Our Social Defence During the COVID-19 Pandemic.

This Pledge was launched on 28 April 2020 (Refer to the Straits Times Article) at the Digital IRO Day in the presence of Ms Grace Fu, Minister for Culture, Community and Youth, members, partners and friends of IRO.

IRO Pledge for Social Defence

We urge all fellow Singapore citizens and residents in undertaking this pledge to safeguard the social cohesion of our country during this crisis period.

Let us play our part to strengthen our country’s social defence during this crisis period.

Jai Jinendra

Hashtag:   #pledge4SocialDefence

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Prayer from Harmony Centre

Dear members,
 
The Harmony Centre has issued the following prayer video, which includes a few lines from our president. Please do have a look by clicking on the link below:
 

 Link to SJRS Facebook

 
 
Jai Jinendra

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Privacy Policy

Dear members,

We have recently updated our privacy policy. This page now also contains a disclaimer regarding recording of audio and video at events sponsored or organised by SJRS.

You may view the details of this policy and disclaimer by clicking Privacy Policy or on the link in the main menu at the top of this page.

Jai Jinendra

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