Give Qurbani locally this Eid
Glasgow Central Mosque is pleased to work in partnership with the British Heart Foundation (BHF) and University of Glasgow to raise awareness about Hypertension.
High blood pressure (Hypertension) is a common condition that affects a significant number of adults. If left untreated, it can lead to serious health problems. 1 in 3 adults require treatment for high blood pressure at some point in their lives.
This Friday 26th May, from 12pm to 4pm, there will be stands in both the men’s and women’s foyer areas within Glasgow Central Mosque.
We encourage all to attend and participate.
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 2nd June in the Small Community Hall, after the Asr Salah (8pm), In’sha’Allah.
Click here to book your place.
During these difficult times, many families within our community locally are in need.
Those that were already on the poverty line have seen an increased level of suffering through the cost of living crisis.
Through our Poverty Relief Service where we continued to provide food packs and hot food throughout Ramadhan, we identified a number of Muslim families and households that are in need and eligible to receive Zakat.
We administered these payments personally by hand at the mosque, in accordance with Shar’i rulings.
May Allah (swt) grant everyone strength to get through these difficult times. Ameen.
Glasgow Central Mosque is pleased to launch an online Sisters Halaqah in Urdu via Zoom, every Tuesday at 11.30am.
You can join via the link below:
Alhamdulillah we are pleased to make available the 2023 Shawwal timetable.
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.