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Every Sunday of each month, people from all walks of life gather to celebrate a life lived in harmony with Divine Spirit. Dynamic speakers and original creative arts demonstrate the gifts to be found through daily practice of the spiritual principles taught in Eckankar.

You are invited to come and experience spiritual growth and fellowship, as you explore what could be your next spiritual step.

Programme of Activities on Sundays
Satsang Classes ( 2nd. And 3rd. Sunday) 8.00 am - 9.15 am
Book Discussion Classes 8.00 am - 9.15 am
Book Discussion Classes for Visitors (Seekers) 8.00 am - 9.15 am
Workshops & Members Meetings 8.00 am - 9.15 am
ECK Consecration & ECK Rite of Passage Ceremonies 8.00 am - 9.15 am
HU Song: 9.30 am - 9.50 am

ECK Worship Service begins at 10.00am prompt and ends at 11.30am at all Local ECK Centres except at Tema where it begins at 9.15am and ends at 10.45 am.

ECK Worship Service Reading: April - June 2016


Next four (4) Readings

Date:May 29, 2016
Topic:PRACTICING TRUE WORSHIP
Book:The Drumbeat of Time Mahanta Transcripts, Book 10
Author:Harold Klemp
Reading:The Drumbeat of Time Chpt 7 pp88-89 by Sri Harold Klemp. The Mahanta, The Living ECK Master. Spiritual Leader of Eckankar. “What is the meaning of worship? I see it as anything that brings Soul closer to God. True worship brings Soul closer to God on Its own merits and never at the expense of someone else. You cannot bring yourself closer to God by hating others, even if you believe your anger is righteous. The relationship between Soul – which is you – and God is one of love. Where there is pure, absolute love, there is no room for anger of any kind. You can tell if a person practices true worship by how he treats others throughout the week. People are very good on their holy days, but the test of true worship is how they act the other six days of the week. For me, the test of true worship is whether or not a person has charity. By that I mean goodwill toward others.”
  
Date:June 05, 2016
Topic:BETTER HEALTH AND HAPPIER LIFE
Book:The Drumbeat of Time Mahanta Transcripts, Book 10
Author:Harold Klemp
Reading:The Drumbeat of Time Chpt 3 p28 by Sri Harold Klemp. The Mahanta, The Living ECK Master. Spiritual Leader of Eckankar. “ECKists are finding out that it’s OK to be charitable, to love people, and to do something for others. But you don’t need praise and recognition from others for the things you do for ECK. Spiritually, your reward will come to you many times over. People who give to others find that they have better health and enjoy a happier life than those who have yet to learn the blessings of giving of themselves. And the giving is usually better when no one knows you’ve done it. You have the quiet satisfaction of knowing that you have acted as a channel for God. No one knows except God – and God knows.”
  
Date:June 12, 2016
Topic:KEYS TO THE SPIRITUAL LIFE,
Book:The Drumbeat of Time Mahanta Transcripts, Book 10
Author:Harold Klemp
Reading:The Drumbeat of Time Chpt 12 pp151-152 by Sri Harold Klemp. The Mahanta, The Living ECK Master. Spiritual Leader of Eckankar. “First of all, that a person love something or someone more than themselves. This is absolutely essential. To get anywhere spiritually, you have to love what you’re doing. If you love what you’re doing, then you’re going to do the very best at whatever you do. That’s what people should do if they want to live a spiritual life. When I say do the very best at whatever you do, I’m talking about things that build. I’m not talking about destructive things, of course. To love what you do and do the very best you can is the bottom line to me.
  
Date:June 19, 2016
Topic:STEPPING STONES FOR SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENT
Book:Wisdom of the Heart, Book 1
Author:Harold Klemp
Reading:Wisdom of the Heart. Bk I pp 7-8 (para. 4ff). By Sri Harold Klemp. The Mahanta, The Living ECK Master, Spiritual Leader of Eckankar. Spiritual thirst is the divine urge that always nudges Soul toward God. Surrender of the little self to the Mahanta is the only way to gain love and wisdom. The sure way to do this is by the Spiritual Exercises of ECK done faithfully, on a regular basis. The personal word, the sacred prayer song, must be sung with a sweet love for God. It will not work if there is fear and doubt troubling the heart. The obstacles of life must be taken as stepping stones for spiritual development. The answer to every question you have about loneliness, guilt, and fear is given in the books and discourses of ECK. A helpful practice is to read at bedtime, a short passage from The Shariyat-Ki-Sugmad. The golden words therein tune us in to the greater awareness before contemplation and sleep. This time is holy, for we approach the gates that guard the inner worlds
  


Harold Klemp
The Mahanta, the
Living ECK Master
The Spiritual Leader of ECKANKAR





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