Ramadhan Food Service

During Ramadhan GCM have delivered 2,000 (two thousand) food packs and 14,000 (14 thousand) hot meals.

This is distributed via a collection service on Monday, Wednesday & Friday.

And a door to door service runs on the same days with over 15 drivers each day delivering to:

– Elderly and Vulnerable individual households
– Hotels housing asylum seekers
– Student accommodations
– Women Shelters
– Homeless Shelters
– Queen Elizabeth Hospital
– Glasgow Royal Infirmary
– Wishaw General
– GP surgeries

We would like to say a ‘big THANK YOU’ to all the volunteers and donators. With covid guidelines in place this has been an even more challenging and complex task.

May Allah (swt) grant our community the ability to continue supporting such programs and Grant our volunteers the best of happiness, health and imaan.


Eid Dinner

Glasgow Central Mosque are humbled to provide an Eid Dinner for all vulnerable members of our community.

This can be collected on Sunday 24th May between 1pm and 3pm from Car Park 1 in Glasgow Central Mosque.

Delivery is also available for the elderly and vulnerable islolating at home.

Please comply with all social distancing guidelines and leave immediately after collection.

Jaz’a’kallah Khair

Ramadhan Food Service

With the continued lockdown, GCM will be introducing three additional initiatives as part of our ongoing support project during these difficult times. These services will run throughout Ramadhan and will entail the following:

*    Hot food Iftari on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays. These can be collecting from our Courtyard between the hours of 5pm and 7pm. There will also be a delivery service scheduled for the elderly and vulnerable who live alone.

*  Hot food Iftari for NHS staff at QEUH and GRI on a Monday, Wednesday and Fridays.

*   Weekly Food packs available every Monday. These can be collected from the Glasgow Central Mosque Courtyard between the hours of 5pm and 7pm. There will also be a delivery service scheduled for the elderly and vulnerable groups including those who have experienced a loss of income.

This Ramadhan will be unprecedented, with mosques closed and our normal iftari service not available.  We appreciate the difficult circumstances NHS staff are working under. And we understand the community is experiencing difficulties especially those that have lost income during this lockdown period. Therefore, we hope these measures go some way to alleviate this during the blessed month of Ramadhan.


Online Schedule

Glasgow Central Mosque are pleased to announce a weekly timetable with all activities in virtual format.

A PDF copy with clickable links is available to download HERE.

May Allah swt make this beneficial for us all. We welcome your feedback.

Funeral Strategy

Glasgow Central Mosque have been working closely with government officials, local authorities and the NHS to understand the burial process during these difficult and unprecedented times.  We wanted to compile a policy which will allow the Muslim community to bury their members in a manner fulfilling the Islamic etiquettes.

There have been concerns raised with regards to cremation. This is not now, nor was it at any stage a possibility in Scotland due to a devolved directive protecting the rights of religious faith groups to have the choice of burying their loved ones. The recent law change in England sees England effectively come into line with the position in Scotland.

We will endeavor to guide and lead the Muslim community in Scotland through this difficult period and all we ask of you, is your support. Guidelines regarding the funeral (Janaza) process have been put together based on current directives, which may change over the coming days and weeks but we will keep you informed as appropriate.

See below for full details:



Coronavirus (COVID-19)

We ask you to follow official advice and take the precautionary steps below:

• Wash hands regularly and thoroughly.
• Cover your mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing
• Try to do Wudhu from home.
• If you have flu-like symptoms self isolate.
• Avoid attending even if mildly unwell.
• Avoid close contact including handshaking.
• The elderly are encouraged to stay at home

For elderly members of our community, who live alone and may require assistance, we request you to get in touch by contacting us on 0141 429 3132 or We will then endeavour to assist you with your needs during this difficult period.

The welfare of our congregation is of paramount importance and we will continue to follow Public Health and Government guidelines. This will be reviewed continuously.

May Allah swt protect us all and give Shifa to those affected.

Click below to listen to a reminder from Maulana Abdul Ghafoor on how we should approach this testing time:


Student Life

Glasgow Central Mosque will be delivering a short course on Student Life; How to get the best of it.

This will take place on Saturday 18th January at 6pm in the Small Community Hall, In’sha’allah.

This course will explore various aspects of student life including time management, effective study techniques, mental and physical health and friendships and relationships. We learn how to balance the pressures of study with personal and family life helping to navigate successfully through college and university while maintaining personal integrity and spiritual values.

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).

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