Dwaar is in Delhi and for Delhi!
Dwaar has people from many nations but united as we are by the love of God we are one family. We are a closely knit community of God loving people who want to be a blessing to the city of Delhi and NCR. We spread this blessing through spiritual meetings, spreading values in institutes, engaging with the intellectuals and empowering the poor.
Dwaar is a people who have found a new life through their faith in Jesus Christ, we seek to apply wisdom from the Bible in our daily living and express love to people regardless of their backgrounds.
Dwaar seeks to build spiritual communities in different contexts that help each person engage with God and stimulate one another towards good works. The three expressions are called Dwaar Fusion, Dwaar Satsang and Dwaar Global.
Even though we are a people from different walks of life, class, race and background we enjoy friendship over meals, discussions, family activities and other spontaneous activities. We believe good relationships are the cornerstone of our community.
True spirituality cannot and should not be enclosed within closed doors, domed ceilings or stained glass windows. Dwaar exists for the welfare of Delhi, be it in the neighbourhood, market place, the corporate world, institutes or the political sphere.
Our different interests and activities encourage the youth, bless the children and equip people to play a better role in the great drama of life.
We do not seek to reinvent the wheel for every activity, and are happy to partner with other like-minded people to fulfill the vision. We have a strong network of friends and supporters in other communities like ourselves.
Dwaar started in December 2010 with a small group of people, with a dream to influence Delhi- and the nations too. Today it is a flourishing community of muliti-cultural people bound together in faith. Dwaar folks are spread across Delhi NCR, from Noida to Dwarka, Guragon to Safdurjung and Lado Sarai to Janakpuri. At Dwaar we welcome you to be a part of us today, regardless of who you are.