Our journey began as a group of students who came to study in the two prestigious universities in Aberdeen and settled in the “Granite City”. With the support of few key Sikh people who had made Aberdeen their hometown in early 1980s, these students started getting together for prayers and keertan (hymn singing) in their small rented apartments. As these students got married, the families increased and the tradition of Annual programs started. The warmth and affection seen during these programs encouraged the people involved to establish the Charity with one of it’s aim being to open the Aberdeen Gurudwara.!
We have been on this journey for 10 years now and finally have been blessed with a location that can be the center for the community to engage, worship and help the wider community based on the principles of Sikhism. Come and join us, visit us or call us if you want to know more.
Aberdeen Sikh Sangat (SC043337) is a local Sikh charity based in Aberdeen. Its main aim is to help spread the word of Guru Nanak across the North East of Scotland. This will only be possible if sangat can support us with the project of having Guru Ghar in Aberdeen which will then become a centre for all the community to gather to read, understand and adapt the Gurbani teachings in day to day life.
With folded hands it is a request to the UK and worldwide sangat, to support us in this noble cause and realise our dream of Gurudwara.
Account Name: Aberdeen Sikh Sangat
Sort Code: 80-22-60
Account Number: 13073462
Aberdeen Gurudwara sevadaars keep records of our annual financials which are submitted to OSCR as per the guidelines. For complete transparency with all sangat and supporters we have published our annual financials reports. We will endeavour to update this section on a yearly basis.
|Sunday||10am - 2pm|
Sangat gathers every Sunday and Deevan schedule which is send in weekly email.
Sunday Deevan Programme like
11.00 AM - Sukhmani Sahib
12.15 PM - Keertan/Gurmat Veechaar
01.00 PM - Ardaas and Guru Da Langar