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Gurbani Groups
Gurbani Groups
Gurbani Groups
Gurbani Groups
Gurbani Groups
Gurbani Groups
Gurbani Groups
Gurbani Groups
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Gurbani Groups

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Presentation given at Saanjh ( http://saanjh.org )

Presentation given at Saanjh ( http://saanjh.org )

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  • 1. Gurbani Groups
  • 2. Problem
    Sikhs lack consistent and local support groups that help them nurture their understanding of Gurbani and their spiritual development
  • 3. Solution
    Create a content and best-practices package to start, facilitate, and organize consistent local support groups
    Have regular web-based meetings to review and support individual groups
    Provide training for lead organizers
  • 4. Immediate steps
    Gather content
    Initial planning meeting
    Bother Jasjit for content and additional money
    Setup email list/ facebook group/ website for communication
  • 5. Communication Plan
    Website ( www.saanjh.org )
    Facebook Group
    Twitter
    Local Gurdwaras
    Individuals
    Web-based teleconference
  • 6. Goals – 1 month
    Create subcommittees
    Content
    One for each tier
    P.R.
    Have initial web-based meeting for both committees and larger contributing group
    September 27
  • 7. Goals – 2 months
    Launch basic website ( saanjh.org )
    Launch Full Facebook Group
    Launch full-out media campaign to start local groups and bring in further content
  • 8. Goals – 6 Months
    Start 5 successful Gurbani groups
    Have basic framework for suggested content package
    3 basic tiers
    People who know *nothing*
    People who know basics/gurbani/etc.
    People who are well versed in Sikhi/Gurbani
  • 9. Goals – 1 Year
    Complete first version of entire content package
    Have started 10 successful gurbani groups
    Create method of evaluation to gauge if meetings are “successful”
    Evaluate all started groups
  • 10. Goals – 1 Year cont.
    Use evaluations and experiences to forecast needs and changes to program
    Come together at Saanjh, improve program with greater community input
  • 11. What we need from Saanjh
    Content creation assistance
    Access to saanjh.org
    Contacts
  • 12. To Do’s Next 2 months
    Initial Planning meeting
    Set sub committees and start work
    Start content collection
    Reach out to individuals
  • 13. Gurbani Groups

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