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Ramadan & Eid 2020

We pray you and your family had a peaceful, productive and blessed Ramadan, which began on Friday 24th of April. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic the centre was closed, but we hope you established Taraweeh prayers at home. We ask Allah (swt) to accept our fasts, salah and charity, above all may we attain his good favour and pleasure, with success in this life and the one to come.

Thank you for participating in the Centre’s Ramadan digital online programmes which included evening Taraweeh Reflections, Ramadan Reminders, the Saturday Family Quiz, the Design a Mosque Competition, the Ramadan 24hr £1 Fundraising Challenge (We raised over £35,000) and support for our volunteers who provided vunerable local Muslim and non-Muslim families essential items.

- Ramadan Timetable for Salah times.

-Zakatul Fitr was £4 per family member and could have been donated here, choosong the Fitrana optionin the donate menu. If you missed, please pay the equivalent amount of Sadaqah.

- Please continue to subscribe for activity and program updates to our Community Whats App group by texting 07907 013365

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A Masjid in Ealing, A House in Jannah, Insha'Allah

Having raised £6.5million this landmark, facility rich and exceptionally beautiful Masjid is edging towards completion. We now need £1.89million to finish the final Phase upper 3 floors, equating to £630k per floor.

Brothers and sisters, we are working hard to raise the funds needed to complete this final Phase 3 of our project. Our Ramadan target is £630,000. Please take your share, you can still donate a Mussallah (prayer space) or call us for information on donating a tile on the Al Quds Donor Wall, which will be a permenant feature in the centre lobby. To donate by card call 020 8840 4140 or donate online at using Just Giving, please tick the Gift Aid box if you are UK tax payer. Lets finish what we started together, Insha'Allah.

We pray that Allah (swt) accepts our fasting and our good deeds, forgives our errors and allows this sacred month to be a turning point in our lives, helping us better ourselves, by making us more God conscious and considerate toward others.

For a brief overview of the significance of this beautiful month and its message, please read the Ramadan Reminders article here

A man once came to the Messenger of Allah (pbuh), and complained that he felt hardness in his heart. The Messenger of Allah said, "Would you like that your heart becomes soft and that you acquire what you need? Be merciful with the orphan, pat his head and feed him from what you eat. This will soften your heart, and enable you to get what you need." [At-Tabaraanee]