Eid-ul-Fitr will be observed on Monday 02 May 2022

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Jumu’ah Khutbah | 1:30PM

Welcome to the MICB

The MICB has many objectives and roles as it is involved in the religious, cultural and social life of London and the UK. Chief among them is to promulgate the true meaning and understanding of Islam as a Religion of Peace, Tolerance and Coexistence, and hence the framework of all aspects of our work stems from this standpoint.

The Mosque & Islamic Centre of Brent

The Mosque & Islamic Centre of Brent has a large amount of community work that goes on through this institution. The management at the mosque always strives to benefit the local community be, Muslim & non-muslim alike.

Intrafaith Dialogue

One of the ways The Mosque & Islamic Centre of Brent beaches to its local community is through intrafaith dialogue. 

Rumi's Kitchen

The MICB has teamed up with a local charity organisation called ‘Rumi’s Cave’ to form Rumi’s Kitchen. Rumi’s kitchen provides free hot meals to the local community via the mosque’s platform, served and cooked on site. This is done every Sunday afternoon. The aim is to cater for the homeless however all are welcome.

Soup Evening

Every Thursday, The MICB has arranged for a soup distribution on Cricklewood Broadway’s leading high street. Volunteers from The MICB headed by our manager Yasir Alam prepare freshly made chicken soup and hand it to everyone and anyone.

Thurday Soup Kitchen

Every Thursday The MICB has arranged for a soup distribution on the main high street, Crickelwood Broadway. Volunteers from The MICB headed by our manager Yasir Alam prepare freshly made chicken soup and hand it to everyone and anyone.

Madrassah Classes – Enrol Now

Asalamualaykum Parents, RE: Madrassah re-opening We pray you are in the best of health and Iman. The management at The Mosque & Islamic Centre of Brent would like to sincerely thank the Parents and Guardians for their ongoing support and patience in this difficult...

Qiyam-Ul-Layl

The optional night vigil (Qiyam ul layl) is performed in congregation every Thursday Night after Isha Prayers. The Qiyam is lead by Imam Hammad Siddiqui in which he recites lengthy portions of the Quran al Karim, the aim is to complete a khatam of the Quran over the...

Prayer Timetable

There are five daily prayers, explained below; all of these can be prayed in congregation (jamā‘ah) at the MICB.

Prayer Time App

Bookmark this link to see the daily prayer times (begin and jamā‘ah) using our mobile web app.

Donate

Your generous contribution will help us to maintain and develop a wide range of services we offer.