| 16th January 2021
|Jumuah||12:30, 01:00 & 01:30 PM|
Dear All Worshippers, The Prime Minister on Saturday evening (31st October, 20) announced the new COVID-19 restrictions for England in response to the rising rates of COVID-19. These restrictions will come into force from this coming Thursday 05th November and will last until Wednesday 02nd December. From the above mentioned dates the masjid will be … Continue reading “New National Restrictions from 5 November”
Wembley Central Masjid was initiated by the elders of our community in the early 1980s, who shared a concern and commitment for the spiritual and educative needs of local Muslims. Like most Masjid histories, Wembley Central Masjid had a modest beginning, with the committee purchasing its first site on Harrowdene Road in 1985. This 3-storey semi-detached house with space for 400 worshippers soon became overwhelmed by the growing community, yet faithfully served as a Masjid for the following 8 years.
The current building was purchased for £380,000, half of which was raised through the sale of Harrowdene Road and the other half from the generous interest-free loans of Muslim Brothers and Sisters. These Qard Al Hasana were duly paid back over the following 8 years.
- Disbursement of Zakaat & Sadqaah
- School Visits
- Mosque Open Days