Guru Nanak Sikh Society USA welcomes people of all colors and faiths. There is no membership fee and no appointment needed to visit a Sikh temple.
Sikh Temple service is held every Sunday from 11 AM to 2.30 PM. Free vegetarian food and tea with pakores are served during the gurudwara.
Following are some of the things one must remember when going to Sikh Temple:
- Kindly cover your hear while entering the main hall of the Sikh Temple. We have rumala's (cloth) just outside so just come in you can pick one. Covering head is for the respect of our Sikh Holy Book (present guru of Sikhs known as Shri Guru Granth). Everyone must cover his/her head with piece of cloth before entering the Sikh Temple.
- Everyone must take his or her shoes off at the entrance of the Sikh Temple. Again, taking shoes off and washing feet serves two purposes, first is for the respect of the guru and second is for cleanliness.
- You must not enter the Sikh Temple with any drug, cigarette, or liquor. Furthermore, you must also not be under the influence of any of these items. Usage of any of these products is prohibited in the Sikh Temple. Sikhism teaches Sikhs to live free of these substances.