Special Events at GGSF

A special kirtan darbar will be held to say goodbye to 2018 and welcome 2019 from 7.00 PM - 12 AM. Please join us for this special and auspicious occasion.

GGSF will celebrate the birth-anniversary of Guru Gobind Singh ji on Sunday, January 6, 2019, from 11 AM - 1.30 PM.

Kirtan Events 2018-2019

28 Dec, 28
30 Dec, 30
30 Dec, 30
31 Dec, 31
4 Jan, 4
6 Jan, 6
6 Jan, 6

Upcoming Announcements

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  • Gurbani Santhya Classes

    Gurbani Santhya class are held every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month from 2:30 PM - 4 PM. Bhai Gurdarshan Singh teaches the Gurbani grammar and also the correct pronunciation of the Gurbani. For more information, please contact Bhai Sahib at 301 332 2323

  • Kirtan and Tabla Classes

    Kirtan and Tabla classes for children and adults of all ages are held every Monday and Thursday evening at the Gurdwara Sahib. For more information, please contact Bhai Gurdarshan Singh 301 332 2323 and Bhai Sucha Singh 510 706 8782

    Harbhajan Kaur, a passionate Sikh, Passed Away

    Sardarni Harbhajan Kaur Ji, a long time resident of the DC area had passed away recently.
    She along with her husband served the Sikh community well in this area. They were regular members of the Guru Gobind Singh Foundation and had supported GGSF in its infancy. They both were dedicated to Sikhi and would attend and participate many events for the chardhi kala of the panth in 80s and 90s. In the 80s, they would attend many demonstrations and events for the human rights of the Sikhs in India and always raise their voice against injustice.
    She dedicated herself to raising her family and helping settle the families of her many brothers and sisters in America. All of these families are now residing in the metropolitan area and are connected to its various Gurudwaras.
    Harbhajan Kaur is survived by her husband Sardar Surinder Singh and their two sons – Manjit Singh and Harjit Singh with their respective families. Harbhajan Kaur came to the United States with her family in 1965 and had lived in Arlington, Virginia ever since. As a pillar of the community, her family helped start the very first Gurudwara on Military Road in Washington DC where her husband, Surinder Singh was the President.
    Harbhajan Kaur's family also helped form the current Sikh Gurudwara in Washington DC. GGSF prays for the blessing of her departed soul and for the chardhi kala of the family!

    For more information, please contact
    Surinder Singh - 703-536-5376
    Harjit Singh - 703-585-6100

  • Langar Bookings

    For Langar Sewa, please contact
    Rani Sawhney 301 938 6167
    Dr. Sukhminder Kaur Kaur2345@yahoo.com
    Bhupinder Kaur Saini 703 734 1760