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The Mosque
The Cambridge Central Mosque design was inspired by both Islamic and English religious architectural traditions. Above all, we sought to develop the idea of a British mosque for the 21st century.
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We’re only 15 minutes on foot from the train station or 8 minutes by bike from the city centre, while the Citi 2 bus takes 13 minutes from Emmanuel Street and stops right outside, at Vinery Road.


10th
August 2020
20 Dhul Hijjah 1441

Upcoming prayer at the Mosque

Zuhr · 13:30

FAJR
ZUHR
ASR
MAGHRIB
ISHA
JAMA‘AT
04:30
13:30
18:30
20:36
22:00
BEGINS
03:51
13:10
18:13
20:36
21:40

EID ANNOUNCEMENT

Friday 31st July has been confirmed as the day of Eid ul-Adha insha’Allah. Click Here for details on the Eid Prayers.

OPENING INFORMATION

The Mosque is currently open to worshippers only due to COVID-19.
Please remember: Bring own prayer mat Bring shoe bag No wudhu or toilet at mosque
Follow this link for opening periods and full guidance.

Tickets required for Friday Jum’a as spaces limited: Book free here at Eventbrite.
Must present ticket, electronic or printed, for Jum’a entry.

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A BRITISH MOSQUE FOR THE 21st CENTURY

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Sustainable design

The mosque draws on traditional designs and updates them with cutting-edge technologies, prioritising environmental concerns and setting new standards for British mosques.

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ECO-MOSQUE

With everything from solar panels and grey water harvesting to state-of-the-art heating and cooling technology, it is a pioneer in ‘green deen’, reminding us of our connection to nature.

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The Islamic gardens at the mosque’s entrance invite peaceful contemplation, offering a fragrant reminder of Paradise amid the bustle of the city. A calm oasis within a grove of trees.