News & Updates

Support Worker Vacancy

Glasgow Central Mosque are looking for a passionate individual to join our Elderly Day Care Centre team.

In order for this project to continue being successful in delivering a significant benefit to the community, a vacancy has come up on the sisters side for a female support worker, which needs to be filled immediately.

Click here for job description details.

If you are interested please apply by submitting your CV, along with a cover note, by 20th September 2019 to

If you have any questions or queries please contact brother Irfan on 07973232176.

Doors Open Days

Glasgow Central Mosque will be opening it’s doors on the 21st & 22nd September from 11am to 5pm.
Step inside and see Scotland’s first purpose-built mosque featuring Islamic architecture, marvellous red sandstone, an arabesque courtyard, walled garden, iconic minaret and dome which fills the main prayer hall with natural light. Come and enjoy our exhibition and presentations.
Last year we had hundreds of visitors over the weekend, so do not miss this fantastic opportunity. Invite your family, friends, neighbours and work colleagues.
Guided tours will run at the following times on both days:
No booking required. We look forward to welcoming you!
Meeting point: Small Community Hall
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Doors Open Days is coordinated nationally by the Scottish Civic Trust. It runs throughout Scotland every September as part of European Heritage Days. For more information see

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.

Shaykh Habibullah Ahmad

Glasgow Central Mosque is pleased to host Shaykh Maulana Habibullah Ahmad, the son of Shaykh Maulana Hafiz Zulfiqar Ahmad.

Shaykh’s speech in Urdu will take place on Sunday 1st September after the Dhuhr Salah (2pm) In’sha’allah.

Brothers & Sisters welcome.

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

Family Eid Dinner

Central Mosque are proud to host a Family Eid Dinner for asylum seekers, refugees and vulnerable members of our community.

This will take place on Sunday 18th August @ 3pm in the Main Community Hall of Glasgow Central Mosque.

We request everyone, particularly those in the voluntary sector, to spread the word and encourage attendance.

If anybody would like to donate Qurbani meat for this dinner then please contact 07973232176.

Jaz’a’kallah Khair

Eid Mubarak

On behalf of Glasgow Central Mosque we would like to say EID Mubarak to all our Muslim brothers and sisters.

May Allah SWT grant everyone the best of happiness, health and imaan.


Eid ul Adha 2019 Announcement

Following the Imam’s meeting tonight, Glasgow Central Mosque are pleased to confirm that Eid ul-Adha will be on Sunday the 11th of August 2019, In’sha’allah.

Fajr Jamaat at GCM will be at 5.15am.

The Eid prayer times are as follows:

– 6 am

– 8 am

– 9.30 am

– 11 am

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. And may the Noor of Allah swt enlighten our hearts.

Education Complex

“Invest in our children | Invest in your Akhirah”

For over three decades, Glasgow Central Mosque has served as the hub for Muslims across the city.

With a burgeoning population, demand has never been greater upon its resources with every effort made to provision for the complex needs of a diverse community.

As the primary centre for Islamic education within the city, Glasgow Central Mosque is responsible for providing Quran, Hifz and Alim classes for both boys and girls as well as essential learning courses. At present, over 400 students attend classes on a daily basis during term time, with an extensive waiting list of those seeking admission.

To meet this growing demand and modernise facilities, GCM propose the development of a dedicated education facility within the existing community hall. The proposal includes a two storey complex with plans for up to 20 classrooms, situated above the revamped function suite. Separate wudu and toilet facilities for students and an assembly area will enable GCM to increase the number of spaces it can offer while also complying with statutory regulation.

The cost of this project is estimated at £1.3M with £600,000 required to commence construction. A build time of 10 months is anticipated.

Donate now to partake in this project and earn a recurring reward (Sadaqah Jariyah) for you, your family or loved ones who have passed away.

The Messenger of Allah () said, “When a man dies, his deeds come to an end except for three things: Sadaqah Jariyah (ceaseless charity); a knowledge which is beneficial, or a virtuous descendant who prays for him (for the deceased)” [Muslim]

Pledge Form

 Pledge Online

Ways to donate

Direct Bank Transfer:
Jamiat Ittihadul Muslimin
Account No 00511940
Sort Code 80-07-61




Hepatitis Awareness

Glasgow Central Mosque is pleased to work in partnership with The Hepatitis C Trust to raise awareness in a drive to tackle this “hidden” epidemic.

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. The virus is transferred through blood-to-blood contact, where poor sterilisation practices in some South Asian countries mean there is a higher prevalence among this community.

If you have any queries, concerns or for further support please contact The Hepatitis C Trust Helpline on 020 7089 6221 (10:30am to 4:30pm Monday to Friday) or or email


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