Ramadhan 2021/1442 Announcement

Following the Imam’s meeting tonight, Glasgow Central Mosque will be observing the first fast of Ramadhan on Wednesday 14th April, which means Taraweeh commences tomorrow night, In’sha’Allah.

We kindly request everyone that has a confirmed Taraweeh Booking to plan their journey to the Masjid.  Arrive on time, park conscientiously and listen to the instructions of the stewards & volunteers.

Within the Masjid we request you follow all covid-19 guidelines in place with the correct etiquettes by keeping noise to a minimum and keeping the masjid clean and tidy.

The GCM Ramadhan timetable can be viewed or downloaded here.

May Allah SWT grant everybody all the spiritual benefits of Ramadhan.

Jaz’a’kallah Khair

Virtual Ramadhan With GCM

We are pleased to announce our weekly timetable with all our virtual activities to help you stay connected with Glasgow Central Mosque this Ramadhan.

A PDF copy is available to download here.

May Allah swt keep us connected to the Masjid and make these efforts beneficial for us all.

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Taraweeh Booking

The online booking system for Taraweeh prayers for both brothers & sisters is now LIVE. We have released the 1st Ashra (Days 1 to 10) with subsequent Ashara’s to follow later.

Only 12 years of age and over may book.


Please familiarise yourself with these guidelines before visiting the Masjid:

• Do not book a place unless you are sure you will be able to attend
• Bring your reservation code
• Perform wudhu at home
• Wear a face covering at all times
• Bring a full prayer mat
• Bring a shoe bag
• Bring your own bottle of water
• One way system in operation
• Please follow the instructions of the volunteers

Jaz’a’kallah Khair for your continued support and cooperation.



Glasgow Central Mosque, in association with other Mosques within Glasgow and surrounding areas proudly present this year’s Khatm-e-Nubuwwat Conference on Friday 1st January 2021 at 6pm. 

The conference will be presented virtually and features a selection of short speeches in English and Urdu, from various local scholars on the critical importance of Muhammad ﷺ as the seal of prophethood and the finality of messengers sent by Allah (swt).

An open invitation is extended to all brothers and sisters. We encourage you to join us online via Facebook, YouTube or Mixlr and enjoy this important event for all the family.

The programme will be as follows:

6pm Urdu Speeches
7.30pm English Speeches
Including Qira’at & Nasheeds

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May Allah swt make this beneficial for us all.

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