13 Delfby Cres, Liverpool L32 8TN, United Kingdom (Entrance between house No.11 and 15)
LIVERPOOL GANESH TEMPLE
10 AM to 1 PM
5 PM to 8 PM
Weekends and public holidays
10 AM to 2 PM
5 PM to 8 PM
01515467611, 07534444468, 07812013198
Charity reg no: 1147647
Temple needs your support. Please donate
Sri Vigna Vinayagar is keeping you and your family safe!
With his blessing, we wish all devotees a HAPPY THAI PONGAL / MAKARA SANKRANTI
*TAMIL NEW YEAR WEDNESDAY 14/04/21*
Temple open from 8am - 9pm
9:30am – Sangalpam, Abishekam, Pooja
Sponsor:Mr Nesarasa Markandu family
5:30pm – Molasthana pooja
Followed by Vasantha Mandapa Pooja
Maruthu Neer can be collected from the temple from 9am, 12/4/21
Devotees who are not able to come to temple, please call temple to register for Archana(£5/£10).
Government's guidance on face masks and social distancing will be observed.
Happy Tamil New Year to all devotees!
We request devotees to book appointment and visit the temple.
Abishekam & poojas will be live in *Facebook* . Thanks for the understanding and your co-operation.
Devotees may contribute for Abishekams and pooja for Sri Ganesh(£25 for Abishekam) or register for Archana(£5/£10)
The following guidelines will be adapted for religious rituals that usually involve close contact and shared items between devotees:
All devotees should thoroughly wash their hands before and after entering the temple and ensure good hygiene.
All poojas will be carried out such that adherence to social distancing can be maintained between individuals from different households.
Devotees should limit their interactions with anyone they are not attending with, wherever possible they should try not to engage in conversation with anyone outside of this group.
Devotees are prevented from touching objects that are handled communally.
Annadhanam service will be temporarily stopped.
Young children should be supervised by the parent or guardian. They should wash hands thoroughly for 20 seconds with running water and soap and dry them thoroughly or use hand sanitiser ensuring that all parts of the hands are covered.
Devotees should act in a safe and responsible way in order to reduce the spread of infection in our communities.
People who are symptomatic
Anyone showing symptoms of COVID-19 (a new continuous cough, high temperature or a loss of, or change in, their normal sense of taste or smell) should not attend the temple due to the risk that they pose to others; they should self-isolate at home immediately with other members of their household.
We request devotees who have even the slightest cold symptoms to postpone their visit to the temple. Devotees who are ill will not be allowed into the temple.
Your kind cooperation and understanding in this difficult circumstance will be most appreciated.
Further details will be updated based on changing circumstances and Government guidelines.