27 Jun 2017 | Next Salah Time: Fajar at 2:47


Reported by Jarir bin ‘Abdullah (RA): Allah’s Apostle (peace be upon him) said, “Allah will not be merciful to those who are not merciful to mankind.” ( Bukhari )

Salah Times

Prayer Start Jamat
Fajr 2:46 3:15
Dhuhr 1:10 1:30
Jummah 1:00 1:30
Asar 5:40 5:50
Magrib 9:50 10:00
Isha 11:23 11:33
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Our Vision

"To emerge as a turning point for the North-East by inviting & engaging with the local community"

This new mosque truly represents the future for our community and will, we believe, provide a spiritual home for everyone who wishes to share in it. Importantly, the development will also enable us to expand our vital da'wah work throughout the north east - helping us to engage with the wider community, facilitating mutual understanding and harmony.

History

Newcastle Central Mosque was established in 2003 to serve the needs of our local community.

Situated in the west end of Newcastle the mosque, which is currently housed in an old Victorian building, has become a focal point for Muslims and others from across the north east region and further afield.

Since its establishment the mosque's services have expanded to keep up with a rapidly growing demand. Activities and events now range from a simple prayer gathering to afterschool classes, community events, providing Islamic advice on social problems, holding fitness classes, Islamic awareness programmes and Da'wah training.

As a result of this level of activity, we are struggling to cope with the demand for services given the current facilities.

We hope you will look upon our project favourably and be encouraged to assist us in our vision for a peaceful and prosperous relationship between communities in the north east.

City of Newcastle

Newcastle upon Tyne is a historic city with archaeological remains dating back to its earliest settlements in Roman times. The mosque itself is situated over the Vallum (ditch) along the path of Hadrian's wall, itself a world heritage site, which reaches across the region from east to west.

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