The Sikh Missionary Society U.K seeks financial and other help from Sikh Sangats and Gurdwaras to meet the objectives of the Society. The Society also acts as a Sikh Resource Centre and has over 1000 life and ordinary members from all over the U.K and abroad.
Aim and Activities
The Aim of the Sikh Missionary Society is the "Advancement of the Sikh faith in the U.K and abroad" which is brought about by various activities:
To Produce and distribute books on the Sikh Faith in English and Panjabi, and other languages to enlighten the younger generation of Sikhs as well as non-Sikhs.
To Advise and support young students in schools, colleges and universities on Sikh issues and Sikh traditions. If you belong to an educational institution and would like more information on Sikhism please contact the Resource Centre.
To Arrange Classes, Lectures, Seminars, Conferences, Gurmat camps and the celebration of Holy Sikh Events.
To award prizes to children on the basis of their achievement and interest in the field of Sikh Faith and Panjabi Language.
To make available all Sikh Artefacts, Posters, Literature, Music, Educational Video's, DVD's and Multimedia CD-ROMs
Read about the Sikh Missionary Society, its background History, activities and the managing committee. Learn more...
Browse our Book, Audio and Video library and read publications and articles in our Resource Centre. Learn more...
Latest Products at the Resource Centre
I Accuse...The Anti-Sikh Violence of 1984
"Jarnail Singh's 'I Accuse...' is a shocking book that should shame every citizen of India.... I Accuse ...opens wounds which have not yet healed. It is a must-read for all those who wish that such horrendous crimes do not take place." - Kushwant Singh. Learn more...
Raag Ratan - 31 Sudh Raags of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji
This Album (6 CDs) is a Compilation of Shabads in All the 31 Sudh Raags of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji. The name of this Album is 'Raag Ratan' Learn more...
The First Anglo-Sikh War
The First Anglo-Sikh War was fought between the Sikh Empire and the British East India Company between 1845 and 1846. It resulted in partial subjugation of the Sikh kingdom. Learn more...
Ongoing Classes and Courses
Gurmukhi / Panjabi ClassesLearn to read, write and speak Panjabi.
To find out more about Panjabi Classes at the Sikh Missionary Society please call us +44 (0) 20 8574 1902.
Times: Fridays 6.00 - 7.30 PM
Kirtan ClassesLearn to play and sing Kirtan
You can bring your own instruments for practice and accompaniement.
To find out more about Kirtan Classes at the Sikh Missionary Society please call us +44 (0) 20 8574 1902.
Times: Wednesdays 6.00 - 7.30 pm