As-Salamu-Alaykum wa Rahmatullah
Welcome to the official Wimbledon Mosque website!
We are currently working on a new website. In the meantime we will continue to provide key announcements and information on this page.
Ramadan Community Event Feedback
We had a wonderful response to the Iftar event on 2nd June. The following extracts are taken from our guest feedback:
“It was a great event. Informative , welcoming and thought provoking.” [Ian]
“Thank you for your hospitality and gifts. I enjoy very much this once a year chance to visit and spend time with you. My beliefs are not as yours but the important thing is to appreciate and celebrate what we do have in common.” [Andrew]
“My friends and I wish to say a huge thank you for the delicous evening we shared at the Mosque last night and were deeply touched, and grateful, for the warm, inclusive welcome we received from everyone. It appeared that nothing was too much trouble and we were encouraged to ask questions which were answered with such openness, humour and honesty which we so appreciated.
We all learnt so much about the Islamic religion, your delicious food, your sense of community and I was immensely aware of the peace that emanated from the sisters and really enjoyed talking to them.
I would love to return another time to learn more as I felt so stimulated and moved by the whole process. The children were all totally delightful too.” [Jenny]
Our new website is launching by the end of June InshaAllah. Please visit us nearer the time.
Eid Mubarak – Eid ul Fitr 2018 will be celebrated on Friday 15th June 2018.
Eid Jamats will be:
- 1st Jamat – 7:30AM
- 2nd Jamat – 9AM
- 3rd Jamat – 10:30AM
Jumu’ah Prayers: please note the Jumu’ah Arabic Khutbah will start approximately at 1:30pm with the English talk starting anytime after 1pm. The following times are approximate and should allow the community to plan their schedules and maximise the weekly Jumu’ah opportunity.
- 1pm: English Talk
- 1:20pm: First Azan, Sunnah Prayers
- 1:30pm: Second Azan, Arabic Khutbah followed by Jumu’ah prayers