Question: This denomination was once the quasi state church of Virginia. It is the American equivalent of the Church of England.
Correct Answer The Church of England, or Anglican Church, was also planted in the English colonies. In the United States, it became known as the Episcopalian Church, and even today Episcopalians are sometimes referred to as Anglicans. In colonial times, the Episcopalian Church achieved a status almost akin to that of an established church in both Maryland and Virginia.
Correct Answer The Guru Gobind Singh created the Khalsa in the fifteenth century. He asked if any one was willing to die for what they believe. Five brave men sacrificed their lives for God. They lived and so they were known as the Khalsa.
Question: What is the name of the room and ceremony where all Sikhs eat together?
Correct Answer The langar shows that all Sikhs are equal. The Nishan Sahib is the flag bearing the Sikh symbol. Adi Granth is another name for the Guru Granth Sahib, and Takht is the platform with a throne, where the Guru Granth Sahib sits.