It is expected hymns, prayers, a brief welcome and introduction to Sikh faith, a time of interfaith expressions, and the collection of an offering. Gaye Ortiz and Mark Deaton, members of the Progressive Religion Coalition and local faith organizations, will be among five persons making brief remarks. Andy Reese and Hossan Fadel of the Interfaith Fellowship of Augusta are two others of the five.
Participants, male and female, should leave shoes at the door, wear head coverings (e.g., scarf, yarmulke, hat), and dress in comfortable attire appropriate for sitting on the floor. A reception with refreshments follows the service.