Gurdwara

Guru Nanak Parkash

The first and oldest gurdwara in Coventry, United Kingdom

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Our Mission and Vision

At Gurdwara Guru Nanak Parkash, our vision is to connect people to the Sikh faith

We aim to inspire a new generation of Sikhs to increase their understanding of their faith and to make this world a better place for all.

 

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Gurdwara Guru Nanak Parkash opening up its doors as part of the Open House event for Faith.

Our Services

Matrimonial services, Funeral services, Gurdwara Programmes, Home Programmes, Health clinics and more

Kids Education

Punjabi school, Khalsa college, Gurbani santhyia classes, Kirtan classes, Homework club and Sikhi camps

Outreach

GGNP  promotes diversity and harmony across the city through various local organisations

Visit The Gurdwara

Find out more about how to book a visit to the Gurdwara, what to expect on arrival and facilities on offer.

Our Governance

You can find all of the details regarding our Constitution and Safeguarding Policies

Sports

Find out about our sports teams, Gatka classes and activities taking place for children and adults of all ages

School & Organisational Visits

GGNP have been conducting tours for schools, colleges and organisations for many years.  The aim of the tours is to create more awareness around the Sikh faith and what the inside of a Gurdwara typically looks like, wherever in the world it may be.

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GGNP would like to say a big thank you to the children and staff at Clifford Bridge Academy who attended Gurdwara Sahib.

The children learned about Sikh history, Sikhism, Seva with Midland Langar Seva Society and a full tour of the Gurdwara.

GGNP is taking bookings for next academic year.

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ggnpcoventry.org/school-organisational-visits
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Wonderful for the children to learn more about the Sikh faith and appreciate multi culturalism.

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