Mission & Code of Conduct

Code Of Conduct

  • In the interest of upholding respect for Guru Granth Sahib ji and maintaining a peaceful and a harmonious environment for the visitors of Gurudwara Sahib, all persons entering the Gurudwara Guru Nanak Darbar, Dublin are required to abide by the following Code of Conduct policy.

  • The Code of Conduct policy is to set out the standard of behavior expected of persons visiting the Gurudwara Sahib to maintain a safe and peaceful environment for all.

  • The GGND Committee wishes to thank you for your cooperation in following the code of conduct and maintaining a harmonious environment at the Gurudwara Sahib.

  • In the event of a breach to this policy by any visitor(s), the Committee reserves the right to ask the persons involved to leave the premises immediately and / or contact the respective authorities if required. Future access to the premises may also be restricted.

  • For the safety of all, a number of CCTV cameras operate in the Gurudwara premises.

Code Of Conduct Policy

All visitors to the Gurudwara Sahib are required:

  • To treat all other visitors with respect, dignity and courtesy.

  • To follow guidelines of visiting the Gurudwara premises as set out in the guidelines section (dress code, prohibited items, no smoking etc).

  • To respect the religious proceeding and maintain a quiet and non-disruptive environment.

  • Not to interfere in any of the activities being carried out by the Granthi ji, Ragi Jatha, Gurudwara staff and the Committee members.

  • To refrain from aggressive behaviour, violence and indecent language or activity.

  • To report any safety concerns, injuries or emergencies to the Gurudwara staff or Management

  • Not to indulge in any unlawful activity.

  • To take care of the Gurudwara property and equipment and report any damages to the Management Committee immediately.

  • To follow the rules and guidelines as set out and communicated by the Management Committee.)

Social Responsibilities

As Irish Sikhs, we are committed to the well-being of everyone in the society. As a community, we try to contribute in following ways:

  • Empowering community spiritually.

  • Helping newcomers to settle in society.

  • Encouraging equality and culture of learning within community.

  • Helping the needy and feeding the vulnerable

  • Organizing neighbourhood cleaning drives

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