Cambridge University Sikh Society
The Cambridge University Sikh Society is a young and dynamic society open to all members of the University interested in Sikhism. The Society aims to provide a forum for discussion, information on the Sikh philosophy, history, the associated way of life and issues of current interest and importance to Sikhs. Read our constitution .
The society meets regularly to recite the Sikh prayers, sing hymns (Kirtan) and organise social and charitable events. Guest speakers are invited by the society once or twice a term to speak on a wide range of topics relating to Sikhism. Our members also participate in the monthly congregation of the local Sikh community in Cambridge.
The CU Sikh Society committee is happy to answer any questions or queries you might have about our activities or Sikhism in general and we will try to answer them to the best of our ability! Also, the committee is eager to receive your feedback as to how we might improve or add to our current activities. Feel free to contact us at [email protected] Please navigate our site to find out more about us. See what our society has been upto in the last year and what new events we are organising.