The Glasgow Central Mosque Poverty Relief project has been continuing its food service programme throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, to help those most vulnerable within our society. This has operated in an environment which is compliant with all the current regulations during this difficult and challenging period.
Alhamdulillah, since lockdown we have provided approximately 30,000 meals which have included hot meals and weekly food packs. We anticipate to increase our efforts further during the holiday period and beyond.
The Poverty Relief project is run by GCM volunteers with distribution taking place every Sunday at Glasgow Central Mosque between 1pm and 3pm.
The service is financed purely through donations, supported by the GCM. We would therefore request you to donate generously to this worthy cause.
Let Your Donations Grow. It is related from Ummul Mo’mineen Aishah رضي الله عنها from the Messenger of Allah صلى الله عليه و سلم; he said, “Indeed Allah does rear a date and a morsel as one of you rears His foal or calf until it (the date or morsel which has been donated) becomes like Mount Uhud.” (Saheeh Ibn Hiban in Targheeb)
Give now by sponsoring weekly food packs at £5 each, through a monthly standing order or one-off donations.
Account name: Jamiat Ittihad-ul-Muslimin
Sort code: 80-07-61
Account number: 00511932
TotalGiving – totalgiving.co.uk/appeal/gcmpovertyrelief
If you have any further questions please contact us on 0141 429 3132 or email email@example.com.
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).
The programme will be as follows:
6pm Urdu Speeches
7.30pm English Speeches
Including Qira’at & Nasheeds
YouTube – https://youtu.be/IavgoMMkKBI
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/glasgowmosque/live
May Allah swt make this beneficial for us all.
Glasgow Central Mosque will be opening it’s doors virtually from Monday 14th September to Sunday 20th September. Each year we have hundreds of visitors come to the Mosque as part of Glasgow Doors Open Day however it will not be possible this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Join us and see Scotland’s first purpose-built mosque featuring Islamic architecture, marvellous red sandstone, an arabesque courtyard, walled garden, iconic minaret and dome. Come and enjoy our virtual tour and image gallery at centralmosque.co.uk/virtual-tour from Monday 14th September 2020. You can also follow our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages as well as our YouTube channel.
Please share our link with your family, friends, neighbours and work colleagues.
#glasgowmosque #glasgowdod #dodscotland #DigiDoorsOpen
Glasgow Central Mosque are looking for a passionate individual to join our Education Team and teach a class of boys.
Syllabus: Quran, Duas, Hadeeth memorisation, and Islamic Studies.
Hours: 5pm-7pm Mon-Fri
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 firstname.lastname@example.org including your up to date CV.
You must be allowed to work in the UK and will be subject to background checks.
We are pleased to confirm that, following discussions with members of the Moonsighting Committee, it was decided that Eid ul-Adha will be on Friday 31st July 2019, In’sha’allah.
Further details regarding Eid prayer arrangements will be released at a later date.
May Allah swt shower his mercy on this blessed day of Eid and may it be a new beginning of greater prosperity, success and happiness.