Thursday, November 23, 2017

Gurudwaras in New Jersey

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Central Jersey Sikh Association

116 North Main St., , , , 8561

In a meeting on December 18, 1987 the local sangat of Mercer County decided to setup a Sikh Religious Association in the Hamilton area. The associatio ...

Telephone609-371-6188 , 609-799-7918
Garden State Sikh Association - Bridgewater

977 Washington Valley Road # 07920, , , , 8807

Telephone(908) 658-9805
Gurdwara Khalsa Darbar of South Jersey

1040 Old York Rd, , , , 8016


1960 Delsea Dr, , , , 8080

Telephone(856) 464-9835
Gurudwara Dashmesh Darbar - Port Reading

800 Port Reading Ave,, , , , 7064

Telephone(732) 541-6000
Gurudwara Singh Sabha, Carteret

941 Port Reading Ave., , , , 7064

Gurudwara Singh Sabha is the first Gurudwara Sahib that was established in the borough of Carteret in 1998. Since then, with Guru.s grace and sangat.s ...

Telephone(732) 541-4411

1080 West Side Ave, , , , 7306

A pressing need for a place of worship and communal service to cater for the needs of the community of Sikhs in Jersey City led to the setting up of " ...

Telephone(201) 432 1122

282 Bakers Basin Road,, , , , 8648

Telephone(609) 895-9634
Sri Guru Singh Sabha Inc. - Glenrock

541 Prospect Street, , , , 7452

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