Learn more about the Brisbane Sikh Temple
The Sikh Sangat has been living in Brisbane for well over fifty years. The religious congregation started to be organized since 1981.
Sikh families use to get together at Camp hill School of Arts, After with arrangement of the Monthly Congregation at a rented hall of Blind Welfare Association in Woolloongabba in 1982 onwards.
At the regular Monthly Congregation at the Woolangabba on the second Sunday of every Month families brought the Langar from home and the Karah Parsaad was made at the venue, after the Parkaash of Shri Guru Granth Sahib ji, Japujee Sahib was read then the ardaas was said and the congregation was served the langar.
The process to buy the land for the Gurdwara Sahib was started in 1988. The foundation stone was laid by Panj Piaraas on the Baisakhi day of 1988 and the congregation finally moved the fully constructed site at 2679 Logan Road in December 1988.
Since 1988 to now (2017) alot of progress has been made, with more community arriving in Brisbane from 2008 on wards, today Brisbane Gurdwara Sahib is open to the local community 7 days a week with many initiatives and religious functions conducted on a daily bases. The Gurdwara besides providing religious and religious educational needs to the Sikh community, has also become a very important communication hub/central point for the whole Sikh community residing in the south east QLD.
The future vision of Brisbane Sikh Temple in addition to its religious services is also to be a strong foundation to help nurture the future generations of the Sikh community, so that the valued qualities & knowledge of the Sikh faith can be passed down from generation to generation.