Gurudwara Sikh Centre of Seattle (G.S.C.S) is one of
the main Gurudwaras in the state of Washington. We are
a non-profit, non-political charitable organization which
promotes the philosophy of unity, equality, humanity and
To share the teachings of Guru Granth Sahib - Oneness
and welfare of all – through education and selfless service.
The institute works actively on various humanitarian efforts
operating year around free community kitchen,
medical camps and provide help and
relief for the victims of
natural disasters. The institute currently works with
Volunteers of America Food Bank, Susan G. Komen®
cancer foundation and Puget
Sound Blood Center.
Sikhism is a way of life that focuses on the importance of
truthful living and promotes universal brotherhood. The
basic principles of Sikhism are, honest living (kirat karni),
share with others (waand chhakana) and pray (naam japna)
for the well-being of everyone in the world (sarbat da bhalla).
Sikhism was founded by Guru Nanak in 15th century CE in
the region of Punjab. It defines The Creator of this universe
as the One who is free from birth, death, shape and form.
It refers to God as father, mother, brother, sister, friend and
protector. Sikhism does not focus on the worship of earthly
creations. It stresses on the importance of considering
oneself as a lifetime student or disciple of the Guru.
Hours of Operation:
The Gurudwara is open daily from 5 am till 9 pm
People from all walks of life are welcome to the
Gurudwara. Check out the visitor section for more
Thank you for your time.
Gurudwara Sikh Centre of Seattle
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Volunteer needed for prayer and counseling at North West Detention Center of Washington and for future planning of food drive for needy.