Our samithi has spirituality as its backbone as given by Sri Ramakrishna and Swami Vivekananda. Our samithi views work and worship as two equally capable means of achieving God-realization.
Samithi is not dogmatic about its views on religion and our vision is as broad as the sky and as absorbing as the ocean as enunciated by Swami Vivekananda. People from all walks and communities attend the samithi and take part in all its activities.
Daily Prayer meeting was held on all days throughout the year. Every day from 6.15/6.30 in the evening to 7.30/7.45 a prayer meeting is conducted. All the elders of the samithi attend and younger members are encouraged to attend as well.
Programme of the daily prayer meeting consists of Aratrikam to Sri Ramakrishna as done in the centres of Ramakrishna math and mission and stotra pathanam and bhajan are conducted. On Sundays, the ‘Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna’ is read. All through the week, a routine of stotras and bhajans and readings and talks are conducted.
On Ekadasi Days Ramanama Sankirtanam was conductedafter aratrikam.
Kalpataru Day was celebrated on 1st January with Puja in the morning and lighting of incence sticks and meditation in the evening.
All the important celebrations like Tithi Pujas of Bhagavan Sri Ramakrishna, Holy Mother Sri Sarada Devi and Swami Vivekananda were held with Special Puja in the morning and with Arati and a discourses in the evening.
Gurupurnima, Vinayaka Chavithi, Dasara (Vijayadasami), Deepavali, Christmas eve, Krishnashtami, Ramanavami are regularly celebrated in the samithi. Elder members, youth and balavihar members actively participate in all the activities related to these celebrations.