About Us

Existing Gurdwara Building

The London Sikh Society is a registered charitable organization serving the Sikh community in London and surrounding areas. The history of the Society dates back to the early 1970s. Gurdwara services were originally held in rented community halls. With Vaheguru’s grace we were able to acquire land and build the existing building in 1984.

The Gurdwara is located at 37 Clarke Road, London, ON N5W 5W5 (between Hamilton Road and Gore Road). Our daily program schedule can be found here.

The Gurdwara is open to everyone, regardless of faith, race, or gender. If you are unfamiliar with the Sikh faith, and plan on visiting, please keep in mind the following protocol:

  • Consumption of tobacco or alcohol on the Gurdwara property is forbidden
  • Remove your shoes in the coat area
  • Head coverings are available in the lobby area, please cover your head before entering the main hall
  • Dress appropriately, keeping in mind that you will need to sit cross-legged

In addition to providing religious services to the Sikh community, the London Sikh Society is also a resource to the general public who wish to learn more about the Sikh faith. In the past we have hosted school groups, and visitors from other faith communities.

The London Sikh Society is also active in promoting the Punjabi language. Punjabi classes are held every Saturday at Notre Dame Catholic School, 767 Valetta Street, from 10 am to 12:30 pm. For more information contact Navneet Kaur Saluja at 519-473-9494.