Gurdwara is a welcoming place to all who choose to attend. The Gurdwara is open to all, regardless of age, sex, race or beliefs. First Gurdwara was organized in 1521 by Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the first Sikh guru, it has continued to enlighten many and produce a meaningful positive impact on the world.
In the Gurdwara, come and listen to the melodies verses of the Guru Granth Sahib and meditate on the teachings of the 10 gurus. Here you will find lessons that will change your outlook on the world and improve yourself as a human. Teachings will be presented and explained in a many means and languages, for all to understand and enjoy.
What to expect:
We ask that all attendees follow some simple guidelines
Please remove shoes, wash your hands, and cover your head before entering the Darbar hall or Langar hall
Please follow all proceedings respectfully. Do not bring drugs, alcohol, cigarettes, meat, or offensive materials in the vicinity of or inside the Gurdwara. If you have any questions about allowed materials, please ask.
Gurdwara is actually pronounced Gur-duara. Duara means 'through' or 'by means of'. So the definition of Gurdwara would be 'through' or 'by means of' our Guru … Guru Granth Sahib Ji.
ARE YOU READY TO FEED YOUR BODY AND SOUL?
FEED YOUR BODY
When you come to Gurdwara, please make your way to Langar Hall where you can get free meal or choose to serve to others. To serve please ask one of the volunteers.
Langer is available 24/7 across the world in all Gurdwaras for all to enjoy. It is an important tenet of the Sikh faith as it is our duty to feed anyone regardless of faith, gender, race or color. This principal can be understood as not just feeding, but also sheltering, clothing or even caring for general health and well-being.
FEED YOUR SOUL
Once you have satisfied your hunger, please join the Sangat in Darbar Hall which hosts Guru Granth Sahib ji, the living Guru of Sikhs. Darbar literally means 'Court', such as that of a King. There you can listen, meditate, and contemplate to cleanse your soul.