Gurdwara observes four Gurpurbs during the year with Akhand Paath (continuous reading of Guru Granth, the Holy Book for 3 days). The reading starts on third Friday at 9:00 Am and culminates on third Sunday of the month at 10:00 AM. Sangat (community visits to listen or to participate in the reading of scriptures day and night. Four Gurpurbs are celerbrated every year: The Langar (meals) are served three days to the visiting devotees.
- January: Guru Gobind Singh Ji, the tenth Guru, the founder of Sikh Panth
- April: Basakhi Celebration
- June: Martyrdom of Guru Arjan Dev Ji
- November: Guru Nanak Dev Ji
Community is encouraged to sponsor weekly Gurdwara program. Please write your name on the sponsorship paper posted at the bulletin Board. Contact the secretary to confirm and it will be announced to sangat.
Please submit your information for keeping you informed about Gurdwara events. Please go to the Contact
page and fill out your information. Choose "New Members" from the drop down box. You will be introduced to the community at the Gurdwara program. Welcome!
Sangat is encouraged to submit their constructive suggestions to the Executive Committee to discuss improvements in Gurdwara operations and to strengthen the community. After committee deliberations the decision will be posted on the notice board. Gurdwara is a place to seek Satguru's blessings, listen to Gurbani, follow the meaning of the scriptures and teachings. Please maintain the reverence at the place of worship by conducting yourself respectfully and maintain an honorable atmosphere. The next generation observes the elders as role models to perpetuate the righteousness of Sikh principles in life. EVERY MEMBER HAS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF PROJECTING A GOOD IMAGE AS SIKH AMERICANS. If you have any suggestions, please feel free to submit them via the Contact
page and select "Suggestions."