In August 2017, New South Wales Region West hosted a multicultural, multi-faith community programme titled “ONENESS: Coming Together to Make Our World a Better Place.” This continued an Read More
In March 2017, the SSIO of Canada hosted a series of interfaith events in Canada’s largest cities – Toronto, Montreal, Edmonton, and Vancouver – in conjunction with Canada’s 150th Anniversary of Confederation. The programmes, organised in partnership with Faith in Canada 150 and the 150 Alliance, had the goal of establishing closer and more cooperative ties between Read More
The Sathya Sai Centre of Tauranga, New Zealand, observed Guru Poornima by distributing reading glasses, colouring books, and reading books for children, and Read More
On 26th March 2017, the SSIO of Hong Kong, in conjunction with other faith traditions, hosted an interfaith Walk for Values on the theme, “Protect the Planet.” Although Read More
More than 60 youth from the Interfaith Friendship Group (IFG), representing the Church of Latter Day Saints (Christianity), the Tzu Chi Foundation (Buddhism), the Sikh Youth Group, the NZ Muslim Association, and the SSIO, participated in Read More
The Sathya Sai International Organisation (SSIO) of Australia held its National Conference from 14th to 17th April 2017 in Melbourne. 570 delegates from around Australia attended, along with 62 children who took part Read More
The Mayor of Toronto invited the SSIO of Canada to participate in a meeting of the Toronto Area Interfaith Council (TAIC) on 27th July 2016. The TAIC is dedicated to affirming the importance of Read More
In May 2017, Australians celebrated Easwaramma Day with great joy. In Canberra, SSIO members joined 4,000 local walkers in this year’s 5-km Mother’s Day Classic Walk.
In New South Wales Region East, more than 300 people attended a beautiful event – a festive Sai Wonderland, created by the SSIO at the Strathfield Girls High School on 6th May 2017. Young adults and children dressed up as fictional characters inspired by the children’s classic, Alice in Wonderland. By their hard work, SSE students brought to life an impressive art exhibition, focused on three different topics: Spirit of Sacrifice, Devotion to God, and Love for the Motherland.
The Sathya Sai Centre of Bonnyrigg, a suburb of Sydney, and SSIO members from the New South Wales Region West participated in an interfaith event held by the Fairfield City Council on 13th May 2017. About 500 people attended the inspiring event, a celebration of the many cultures and faiths represented in that area.
SSE students took a prominent role in the Easwaramma Day celebrations of the Sathya Sai Centre of Blacktown, in Sydney’s western suburbs. The children narrated the story of Easwaramma and presented a mime performance, titled “Service to Mother Land,” to underscore the importance of living in peace, following Sathya Sai’s teachings on religious harmony. SSE students, ages two to eleven, also dedicated a song and a dance in honour of Mother Earth.
About 150 SSIO members celebrated Mother’s Day in Victoria Region West, in conjunction with Easwaramma Day. Another 100 people attended the Easwaramma Day celebrations in the Victoria Region East. SSE children of the local Sathya Sai Centres showcased four dramas, on the theme, “Walking in His Footsteps.” The programme was designed to help the children develop teamwork, collaboration, creativity, confidence, and practical application of Sathya Sai Baba’s teachings.
The Sathya Sai Centre of Springvale observed Buddha Poornima in conjunction with Mother’s Day, featuring unity-of-faith prayers.
On 20th November 2016, 110 members of the Sathya Sai Centre of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, organised a multifaith forum to commemorate Baba’s 91st Birthday. The programme began with Read More
On 15th October 2016, SSIO members participated in an interfaith programme at the Center for Spirituality and Sustainability at Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville. The multifaith service featured Read More