| 3rd April 2020
5:454 Hours 3 Minutes
|Jumuah||1:00PM & 1:30PM|
Thursday 19 March 2020 Assalamualaikum Brothers and sisters, Given the latest rulings (fatwa’s) from many reputable scholars, several Shari’ah Boards, as well as the latest UK governmental guidance, Wembley Central Masjid Management Trustees have taken the decision to suspend all congregational services and activities. This is a decision that was not taken lightly and has … Continue reading “Wembley Central Masjid – IMMEDIATE SUSPENSION OF ACTIVITIES AND CONGREGATION PRAYERS”
Assalamualaikum Warahmatullah Wabarakatuh We regret to inform you that we had to close the Masjid due to the incident that took place in the Masjid on 1st January & 21st January. A group of people broke into the office, stole and damaged our CCTV systems. A criminal investigation is ongoing regarding this incident. The Management … Continue reading “Public Notice”
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