Ilford Hindu Centre helping the needy with Sewa day
Got some food to spare? The Ilford Hindu Centre is holding a Sewa day to help those in need followed by an afternoon of activities.
Sewa means to give in the ancient language Sanskrit and is a day of giving to others and being selflessness.
From 11am on Sunday at the temple in Albert Road, Ilford there will be a collection of non-perishable food which will be given to Leyton Homeless Centre.
At 12.30pm there will be lunched followed by cleaning of the temple.
A seminar on Asian health will be held at 3pm followed by entertainment at 4pm.
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