7940 Mission Blvd
Riverside, CA 92509
(951) 685 - 9701

Friday and Saturday

5:30 pm : Sukhmani Sahib
7:00 pm : Rehras Sahib
7:30 pm : Simran and Kirtan
8:00 pm : Sukhmani Sahib Katha
8:30 pm : Kirtan Sohila and Sukhasan


4:00 am : Guru Granth Sahib Parkash
7:00 am : Sukhmani Sahib
8:15 am : Aasa Ji Di Waar
11:30 am : Kirtan
12:00 pm : Gurbani Vichar
12:30 pm : Samapti 





Riverside Gurdwara also known as Sikh Temple Riverside, is located 55 miles east of Los Angeles. Throughout the year Riverside Gurdwara has many events that unite the Sikh community. During these events the future generation of Sikh communities showcase there skill in various aspects of Sikh life.  Please use the links listed above to learn more about Riverside Gurdwara. If you have any questions use our contact page to get in touch. 


Sikhism is founded on the teachings of Guru Nanak Dev and the ten successive Sikh Gurus in fifteenth century Punjab. It is the fifth largest organized religion in the world. This system of religious philosophy and expression has been traditionally known as Gurmat or the Sikh Dharma. Sikhism originated from the word Sikh which in turn comes from the Sanskrit root sisya meaning "disciple" or "learner", or siska meaning "instruction".


The Gurdwara literally translates to "door to the Guru".  A Gurdwara is the Sikh place of worship. It houses the Guru Granth Sahib. A Gurdwara acts as a community centre, teaching hall, and a place to hold religious ceremonies. The Gurdwara also has a kitchen where food is cooked and given freely to anyone who visits the Gurdwara it is also called Langar. All Sikhs give a proportion of there income to the Gurdwara so that the Langar can continue to feed all who need to be fed. People of all religious backgrounds or of no religious faith are welcome to these shrines.


Please use our convenient form for online donations. Your generous donation is appreciated!