MSJS will be running the activity for children up to the age of 14 yrs, from 6th September 2018 to (start of Paryushan) to 24th October 2018 (end of Navpadji Oli).
With blessings of Dev, Guru and Dharma, we are pleased to announce a new initiative since acquisition of MSJS Centre.
As part of MSJS Centre and Jinalay Project update meeting on 14th April 2018, we requested everyone to provide their feedback in regards to what activities they would like to see happen at MSJS Centre. One of the activities suggested by number of Sadharmik was Sutra Pathshala, for children as well as adults.
In response to the feedback received, we are pleased to announce start of Sutra Pathshala for children and adults. Initial planning have now been completed and the Pathshala will commence from Tuesday, 17th July 2018 as per below schedule:
Day : Every Tuesday and Thursday
Time : 7:15 PM to 8:15 PM
Venue: MSJS Centre, 124-126, Rowans Road, Moorabbin, 3189
Volunteers will be available during this time to teach/give/take Sutra and Stuti. Due care will be taken to ensure that language is no barrier to learn sutra. Most of the time, Sutra teaching will involve one on one session with one of the volunteer teacher. Pathshala team will maintain individual's progress record and provide guidance.
As a Shravak or Shravika, it is our responsibility to know at least basic Sutra to help us perform our daily rituals like Chaitya Vandan, Guru Vandan, Samayik, Pratikraman etc.
If you are the one:
- who hasn't got a chance to learn Sutra in the past OR
- who has learned Sutra but need a refresher OR
- who wants to make further progress
then this Pathshala is definitely for you!
So turn up at our MSJS Centre as per above schedule to make a progress in your spiritual journey.
Note that RSVP is NOT required for participation in Pathshala on above mentioned days.
Depending on response, feedback and learning, Pathshala days/timings will be reviewed after few weeks.
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MSJS Management Committee.
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