The present Gurdwara building was part of the school next door. It was a Parish hall and All Saint Church Commissioners owned it. The Sabha bought this free hold property in 1984. It needed complete renovation. The first service was held in 1985 to celebrate the birth of first Guru, Guru Nanak Dev.

Two extensions were erected later, one in 1990 and the other one in 1995. The Sikh flag known as the Nishan Sahib was specially erected. The orange and yellow cladding (Chola Sahib) is renewed twice a year. It is usually erected near the main entrance. Prior to moving to the present premises, the Sabha used to hire Ellington Scholl hall for services once a month to celebrate Sangrand, the beginning of each lunar month.

Maidenhead Gurdwara Outside

Our first chairman of Trustees, Bakhshish Singh Dhendsa brough the Guru Granth Sahib from Indi and donated the Sacred Granth to the Sabha. He worked tirelessly for Maidenhead Gurdwara along with other trustees. With generous help from members and well-wishers the present purpose-built building came into existence. It is owned by the Trust and there are 4 Trustees.

The annual elected management committee consisting of 15 members manages it. There is only one Sikh Temple serving the whole area of the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. Religious services and programmes of diverse nature take place 7 days a week. The Sikh community is playing a leading role in inter faith dialogue. The Bishop of Reading, the President of the Methodists Church and the Rabbi of the local Synagogue have all visited the Temple.