Beginning 1984 the Dayton Gurdwara Sahib was establish with very few families in the Beavercreek area. As the sangat grew larger and larger there was a need for expansion of the guru ghar which lead to the movement to the Harshman location. Currently there are 200 families whom are part of the congregation of the Dayton Gurdwara Sahib. We are close knit family of Sikhs and welcome any and all whom wish to join.
Why Our Dayton Gurudwara Sahib
We have a strong sense of community with SAADH SANGAT. People and children of all ages here are encouraged to learn about their own faith and the role of the GURUDWARA in our community, COUNTRY and worldwide.
Nit Names are performing daily at 6:30 am and 6:30pm.
We have a strong sense of community with saadh sangat. People and children of all ages here are encouraged to learn about their own faith and the role of the Gurudwara in our community, country and worldwide.
Our Granthis (Gyani's)
join our big familly
Let the one among you who is without sin be the first to cast a stone.
What to Expect When You Visit
- Try to get here about 15-30 minutes before start of sunday service at 10:00am. Not feeling rushed is always a good start, especially if you need to check your kids into our children’s Punjabi Learning School.
- We at Dayton Gurudwara, welcome sewa in the Guru Ki Rasoi for preparation Lunger (Gurudwara’s Food).
- Visit the friendly faces at Guest Services anytime for more information or advice. This is especially helpful if you have children and need help checking them into their respective services.
- Visit the Guruwara at any time for more information or advice from our Garanti / Giayani ji. This is especially helpful if you are new arrival in the Country / Dayton City and need assistance need any kind of assistant or support in settle down.