Sikh Camp
Singhs Camp Society is a registered non-profit Society with branches in British Columbia and Toronto. Singhs Camp began with a single focus: to give Sikh men a resource to understand the teachings of Guru Granth Sahib Ji and the history of the Guru Khalsa Panth, and to apply these to their lives. This resource would be guided by a spirit of universal love and unity of purpose so that all Singhs could come together to join as one congregation and help each other. This concept has remained the foundation of the various events Singhs Camp has hosted since the first “Kamaee Day” in February, 2008.

“O my companions, let us meet and join together, and sing God’s Glorious Praises.”
-Guru Granth Sahib

Singhs Camp Society organizes ongoing recreational events for Sikh men, single-day retreats, weekend retreats, a summer Singhs Camp in Toronto, and an annual International Singhs Camp in August in BC. In addition, the members of Singhs Camp provide support and guidance to each other in living an inspired, active Gursikh lifestyle while being successful within society (school, work, family, etc.).

“The Guru has one equal love for all Gursikhs, like friends, children and siblings.”
-Guru Granth Sahib

From an ideological or political standpoint, Singhs Camp Society has allegiance only to Guru Granth Sahib Ji and to the Guru Khalsa Panth. All of the events, workshops, camps, etc. are organized in the spirit of ekta (unity) among the many flowers in the Sikh garden. With the blessings of the Guru, the membership of Singhs Camp includes Sikh men from all different age groups, countries (although it is headquartered in Canada), organizations, jathebandis, etc. Singhs Camp Society is a “brother organization” of Kaurs United International, and is run completely by the donations and support of the sangat.
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