Spiritual Purification

Glasgow Central Mosque will be delivering a short course on Spiritual Purification. An inseparable part of Islam which has been intensely studied and meticulously documented benefiting and inspiring generations of Muslims worldwide from the early generations of Islam right up to the present era. It is the solution to many of the problems of today and an answer to the void in our lives. At the same time this subject is greatly misunderstood and frequently misrepresented. This course is designed to give you some of the answers and introduce some famous personalities in this field.

This will take place on Saturday 26th October at 6.20pm in the Small Community Hall, In’sha’allah.

Click HERE to book your place and pay online.

Please bring your registration fee reference or make payment on the day.

The course is in English and open to both brothers and sisters (no children under 16).

This is a standalone course and does not require participation of previous courses.

NHS Medical Research

As part of a drive by Glasgow Central Mosque to raise awareness on health related issues, we are pleased to announce a programme working in partnership with the NHS to carry out medical research into the treatment of high blood pressure.

This will help us to possibly identify the best course of treatment for mainly Africans and South Asians.

There will be stalls in the mens and ladies foyer areas, and a seperate testing area within Glasgow Central Mosque on Friday 11th October and 25th October, from 1pm to 4pm.

We invite you to help us find a more effective treatment strategy for high blood pressure.

If you have any queries, concerns or for further information please contact Siouxsie Mackenzie on 07801 316091 or email




Glasgow Central Mosque will be providing the opportunity to enter the Masjid for I’tikaf this weekend, Saturday 12th October, after the Asr Salah at 5pm In’sha’allah, in the company of Shaykh Ahmad Ali Lunat (DB) from Leicester Central Mosque, a senior Khaleefah of Hadhrat Moulana Yusuf Motala Rahmatullah Alayh – may Allah SWT illuminate his grave.

I’tikaf is “to confine oneself in a mosque for prayers, invocations and Ibadah, leaving the worldly activities for a limited number of days” and is a Sunnah of our beloved Prophet ﷺ.

You will benefit from:

– 5 daily prayers with congregation, zikr, dua, tialawat, reminders and the time for reflection

– Guidance on various Islamic, social and spiritual issues

– Q&A with the Imam and the visiting scholars

– Refreshments, food and breakfast will be provided

Brothers only with registration required upon arrival. You are requested to kindly leave your mobile phones at home.

May Allah (swt) make this beneficial for us all.


Teacher Vacancy

Glasgow Central Mosque are looking for a passionate individual to join our Education Team and teach a class of boys.

Syllabus: Quran, Duas and Islamic Studies.

Hours: 5pm-7pm Mon-Fri

Remuneration: Paid

Main duties: Prepare and deliver engaging lessons to a high standard. Maintain class discipline. Present yourself as an Islamic role model.

Previous teaching experience would be advantageous but not strictly required. The right candidate must have a high standard of Tajweed, which must be demonstrated during interview. A good level of English is also required as Islamic Studies lessons are in English.

If you are interested or have any queries please email including your up to date CV.

You must be allowed to work in the UK and will be subject to background checks.

Hepatitis Awareness & Testing

Glasgow Central Mosque are pleased to continue working in partnership with The Hepatitis C Trust to raise awareness and test members of the public in a drive to tackle this “hidden” epidemic.

This Friday 4th October, from 10am till 3pm, a talk and testing will be available for both males and females in the Small Community Hall. (females tested separately by dedicated female professionals).

Hepatitis C is a blood-borne virus which can cause fatal liver damage and cancer. There are around 34,500 people chronically infected with hepatitis C in Scotland. Hepatitis C is often called a “hidden” epidemic because the virus does not cause obvious symptoms and most people lack awareness of the disease. In Scotland, approximately 15,500 (45% of the total) people living with hepatitis C have yet to be diagnosed. Hepatitis C is more common in some ethnic minorities, including the South Asian community.

We encourage all to attend. If you have any questions or queries please email

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