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VISITS & PRAYERS
For prayers outside these hours, we open half an hour before congregational prayer times and close half an hour afterwards.
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We hold only one jama’at except on Fridays overlapping/preceding official bank holidays, in which case we hold two.
Stop, sit and savour a sacred moment nestled in nature! Our Islamic Garden closes after Isha congregational prayers.
Discover the scientific heritage of Islamic civilisation between 9th & 16th centuries in our interactive exhibition.
Take a pit stop between prayers with some complimentary tea and coffee in our Café.
Looking for guided tours? Book one here.
Need to know where we are and how to get here? Plan your visit.
See our Events page for all past & upcoming events.
Live locally? Why not join us for our regular events?
QUR’AN & HADITH STUDY CIRCLE
Book to join us on weekend mornings for a guided walk through our mosque, or on weekdays if you are part of an organisation such as a school or a local community group.
We have a range of educational programmes being offered for both children and adults. Find out more.
To book rooms for other events or Islamic celebrations, from ‘aqiqas and private gatherings to conferences, we offer rooms at reasonable rates of hire. Book here.
Meet an Imam
Book a meeting up to two weeks in advance with one of our Imams to discuss one of a range of topics. Learn more here.
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A BRITISH MOSQUE FOR THE 21st CENTURY
Learn more about the Mosque’s commitment to sustainability through its architectural design, featuring advanced technology that gives it a near-zero carbon footprint, and honouring natural forms and materials with its forest-like vaulting.
The mosque draws on traditional designs and updates them with cutting-edge technologies, prioritising environmental concerns and setting new standards for British mosques.
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.
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.