Srebrenica Remembrance

This year marks the 27th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide, in which over 8,000 Muslim men and boys were murdered in the worst atrocity on European soil since the Second World War, simply because of their religious identity.

Glasgow Central, Mosque would like to reaffirm our commitment to standing up against all forms of hatred and prejudice and highlight the importance of coming together in solidarity with the people of Srebrenica by never forgetting this genocide and ensuring such atrocities do not take place again. We will be hosting an exhibition providing facts about this horrific genocide in 1995 and where we are today. This will take place this Friday 8th July, from 12pm, in the community hall.

Please refer to the following links for further information:

Qurbani Project

Glasgow Central Mosque Qurbani Project – Give Qurbani locally

Click here to submit your name, meat weight and drop-off butcher.

Our team will collect and distribute to Glasgow’s most needy.

Hajj Course 2022

Glasgow Central Mosque is pleased to host its annual Hajj Course for the blessed people performing Hajj this year and those with a general interest. This will take place on Friday 24th June in the Main Prayer Hall, after the Asr Salah (8pm), In’sha’Allah.

Click here to book your place.

The course will include the following:

The Fiqh of Hajj
The Adab and Sunnah of Hajj
The Masaail of Hajj
A practical step by step guide
Advice and tips with Q&A

This will be in English and is a FREE course where brothers and sisters are welcome.


Shawwal Fasting

Alhamdulillah we are pleased to make available the 2022 Shawwal timetable. An electronic copy can be viewed or downloaded below.

Observing six days of fasting during Shawwal together with the Ramadan fasts, are equivalent to fasting all year round (Sahih Muslim).

May Allah (swt) grant us the strength and ability to keep these six additional fasts.

A Weekend of Learning

Glasgow Central Mosque will be delivering a weekend of learning with short courses on Keeping the Heart Alive and Zakat & Sadaqatul Fitr.

They will take place after the Zuhr Salah (2pm) on Saturday 16th April and Sunday 17th April, respectively, in the Small Community Hall In’sha’allah.

Book your place now using the links below:

Keeping the Heart Alive (Saturday 16th April)

Zakat & Sadaqatul Fitr (Sunday 17th April) 

This is in English and open to both brothers and sisters.

Itikaf 2022

Alhamdulillah, the opportunity to enter the Masjid as a Mu’takif for I’tikaf is now available.

Limited Availability 

What is I’tikaf?

“To confine oneself in a mosque for prayers, invocations and Ibadah, leaving the worldly activities for a limited number of days”

I’tikaf is a Sunnah of our beloved Prophet ﷺ. It is related on the authority of our mother Ayesha (RA) that:
“The Apostle of Allah ﷺ observed I’tikaf in the last ten days of Ramadhan, until the end of his life. After his death, his wives continued with it.” – Bukhari and Muslim.

The purpose of I’tikaf is to seek a favourable environment in which one can get closer to Allah (SWT). This confinement and devotion distances preoccupations with worldly life; allowing one to attain inner composure, serenity and focus purely on the greater eternal reality. The aim being to reach a state of mind whereby all fears, hopes and apprehensions are superseded by love, devotion, and remembrance of Allah (SWT).

When will I’tikaf begin?

I’tikaf will begin at Maghrib on Friday 22nd April (the night of 21st Ramadhan) In’sha’Allah.

Brothers wishing to perform I’tikaf at Glasgow Central Mosque should complete the I’tikaf 2022 Registration Form which can be downloaded here and must be submitted to the main office, 1 Mosque Avenue, Glasgow, G5 9TA.  Alternatively, a hard copy is available from Glasgow Central Mosque.

Sisters can dedicate an area/room at home where they may remain for their I’tikaf.

May Allah (SWT) accept our fasting, prayers and worship during this blessed month.

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