Sikh Center of San Francisco Bay Area

Established in the mid 1960s, the Sikh Center of San Francisco Bay Area is a beautiful building on an idyllic hill. The building features large golden domes on top of a white and tan exterior wall. Also, it provides an elegant backdrop for all the couples that come by looking for matrimonial bliss. Further, this place can be used for weddings. As well as other spiritual gatherings too. As some may, there’s plenty happening around this unique temple ground. Especially with sacred amenities that promote tranquility among those who seek them.

The sight of a Sikh temple at the hilltop of El Sobrante Valley is an amazing thing to see. The Gurdwara Shaib, as it’s known around these parts and given its location in San Francisco Bay Area has been serving not only those from India. But also those who might be visiting or working here!

In detail, the Sikh community in the Bay Area has been growing increasingly larger. With that, they realized that they needed a new place to carry out religious ceremonies. They found it a big part for their religion and decided on building their own temple. Also, it was greatly necessary because general practices such as weddings or Akhand Path ceremonies still requires specific places, which can only be done at sacred temples.


Styles

Church/Temple

Guest Capacity

500

Services

Indoor Ceremony


Contact Info

3550 Hillcrest Rd, El Sobrante, CA 94803, USA

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