Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Sikh Temple, Warren Street, Sheffield S4 7WT 

(For Sat Nav please use Post Code S4 7WZ )

WaheGuru Ji Ka Khalsa, WaheGuru Ji Ki Fateh

Sadh Sangat Ji as part of the national lockdown, Gurdwara will only be open for Private Prayer 10am - 4pm

For the time being there will be no weddings or any programs other than funerals.


10 January 2021


10 January 2021 - Guru Gobind Singh Ji Parkash Purab


Sukhmani Sahib Path - 10am - 11.15am

Bhog Shri Sehaj Path Sahib ( - 11.30am 

Kirtan / Katha 11.30am - 1230pm (please maintain Social Distancing)




Please follow the safety precautions listed below: 

         1) If you are displaying any symptoms, stay at home and isolate

         2) Follow all signs (including one-way systems) 

         3) Ensure you wash your hands with soap thoroughly or use the sanitisers provided

         4) Always maintain social distancing

         5) You must wear a mask to keep your mouth and nose covered

         6) Please bring your own chunni or ramal (head covering)

         7) Special care needs to be taken by the vulnerable and 70+ age group. Children need to be guided by their                 parents/guardians




Opening times:    10am to 4pm 

https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/symptoms/


Welcome to the website of the Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Gurdwara in Sheffield. The Gurdwara (meaning the House of God) is the Sikh place of worship. It is both a spiritual place of worship and a cultural learning centre for the young . It was opened in July 2011 and is the only Gurdwara in Sheffield but serves a much wider community in the South Yorkshire region.

The shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Gurdwara is open to everyone because in Sikhism everyone is equal. This equality is shown by everyone sitting down together on the carpeted floor in the Diwan Hall. When coming to the Gurdwara, please bear this in mind when deciding on what to wear. Additionally, everyone is required to take off their shoes before entering the Gurdwara and keep their heads covered at all times whilst in the Gurdwara. 

These are some of the services and activities provided by the Gurdwara:

  • Religious Services
  • Music and Kirtan classes
  • Punjabi Classes
  • Matrimonial Services

As well as describing the various services and activities provided by the gurdwara, we’ve also included description of various features of the Gurdwara along with a brief introduction to Sikhism, Guru Gobind Singh Ji and what you will see during a Sikh marriage.

Warren Street Sheffield S4 7WT