News & Updates

LED Lighting

As you may be aware, we are currently replacing lighting at Glasgow Central Mosque with new energy-saving LED fittings. We have already completed the majority of works and hope to complete the remaining as soon as possible.

The lighting upgrade is being carried out as part of The Future is Bright project with the objective of reducing carbon emissions through lower energy consumption. There are other benefits too such as lower energy costs and improved lighting levels throughout the mosque and community facilities.

We also want to encourage members of the community to implement energy-saving measures at home which will help us achieve a greater carbon saving as a community. If you would like further advice about home energy efficiency, please get in contact. You can find contact details and further information on our project website: www.futureisbright.org.uk

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Bike Shelter

We are pleased to announce that we now have bike storage facilities at GCM.

The new bike shelter, which can store up to 20 bikes, has been installed as part of The Future is Bright project.

We want to encourage as many people as possible to cycle to GCM which will help reduce our carbon footprint.

Alimah Surgery

GCM is introducing an Alimah advice service to offer guidance on any Islamic matters.

This service is for sisters only, and is conducted in strict confidence and on a one to one basis.

Surgery will commence on 7th November 2017 with the following schedule:

  • Tuesdays 9.30am to 10.30am
  • Thursdays 6.30pm to 7.30pm
  • Sundays 10.30am to 11.30am

Consultations will take place in a private room located within the small community hall and strictly for sisters only.

Although this is a drop-in service, it would be advisable to initially contact the Alimah or for any further info on:

Email: AskAlima@centralmosque.co.uk

Tel: 07923992856

Glasgow Doors Open Day 2017

Glasgow Central Mosque will be opening it’s doors on the 16th & 17th September from 11am to 5pm.

Step inside and see Scotland’s first purpose-built mosque featuring Islamic architecture, marvelous 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.

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Islam Awareness

A week-long programme seeking to highlight compatibility and mutual respect between the Muslim and non-Muslim communities within Scottish society. Such events help to create awareness, enhance mutual understanding and increase interaction and co-operation on common issues.

The week was launched by Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. Following onwards, schools continued to attend during the week and at other venues there were coffee mornings, interfaith events and a hijab fashion show, etc. A parallel art and photography exhibition ran at Scotland Street Museum. The first week ended here with an evening dinner for which Muslims invited their non-Muslim friends and neighbours along for good food and entertainment, including some Robert Burns poems.

Grime Fighting

Dirt and grime constantly builds up, and with the passage of a few years and a site four acres in size, you can end up with a mammoth task ahead of you in putting the clock back. Fortunately, we were able to rely on a dedicated team of volunteers and the generosity of Glasgow City Council. Our team of 30 volunteers worked every weekend for 15 weeks. One of our aims was to encourage community participation but we ended up with a mini-United Nations with nationals from places including Libya and Malaysia.

Blood Donation

At the turn of the year, the blood banks are usually low and poor weather can make the situation even worse. Every minute of every day, someone is receiving a blood transfusion. Just three teaspoons of blood can save the life of a premature baby. NHS Scotland and Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service were invited to relieve our congregation of a pint of juice apiece.

This was a community and interfaith event, and people from the surrounding area and offices also donated their blood. These were people of faith, and perhaps no faith. All shared a common purpose; to save lives on the grounds of humanity and compassion.

“And whosoever saves the life of one, it shall be as if he had saved the life of mankind”. (Quran 5:32)

Painting and Decorating

Whenever you walk past a wall or surface area, you often don’t realise that it wasn’t always that colour. Once it gets really bad, it becomes obvious enough. Our team of volunteers polished the brass, dusted the prayer hall, painted the lobbies and corridors, redecorated the library, varnished the doors and even created new storage space. In doing so, they had to climb great heights, bend down low, and now know of nooks and crannies that very few people have laid eyes on before.

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