We are open for worshippers to use our prayer facilities, including all five daily prayers, Tarawih & Eid Prayers.
The Prayer Halls are accessible from 10 am onwards, and close approximately half an hour after Isha, the last prayer of the day. For the early morning Fajr Prayer, the small hall opens twenty minutes prior to the Adhaan and closes shortly after the prayer is concluded.
The Jumuah Prayer is a special congregational prayer which takes place every Friday afternoon, replacing the Zuhr Prayer.
The Friday prayer is different from other prayers as it is preceded by a sermon (Khutbah) – a special message addressing the congregation; the topic of which is centred around core Islamic Principles.
Here at the MICB we have been facilitating the night vigil (Tarawih Prayers) for the past 30 years.
Tarawih prayers start promptly after Isha Prayers and usually last just over an hour.
Our eloquent Imam’s recite a portion of the Quran every night across 20 units (rakats), leading to a full completion of the Quran (Khatam) by the 27th Night. Some consider this night as ‘The Night of Power’ – the night in which the first ever revelation was sent down.
Qiyam-ul-Layl takes place in congregation on every odd night during the last 10 days of Ramadhan.
We offer Eid-ul-Fitr Prayers & Eid-ul-Adha Prayers.
The Eid prayer is a prayer which consist of two units and is concluded with a sermon (Khutbah), it is mandatory (Wajib) to stay and listen to this sermon.
There are usually four prayers which are held in the mornings of Eid, the first prayer is held at 7:30 am followed by a prayer every hour up until 10:30am.
Our website will be updated with Eid announcements accordingly.
For the past 30 years, we have been successfully running an evening madarsah for kids aged 6-15 years.
The MICB Madarsah runs five days a week Monday – Friday from 5:00pm – 6:30pm.
We offer classes for both boys & girls. Classes range from basic beginner level using primary books, all the way to advanced reading in which students learn the art of Tajwid & Recitation.
Friday Children’s Assembly
The Friday Children’s Assembly circle has been running for the past two years and we have received great positive feedback from both our students and Parents.
At the end of every teaching week, we hold an interactive fun-filled assembly session for our students packed with the following activities:
- Group Quiz’s
- Adhaan Competition
- Boys vs Girl Competitions
- Children’s Islamic Studies
- Quran & Qasidah Recitation from our kids
- And much much more.
To inspire our kids, we host a Grand competition every 3 months in which the girls Madarsah faces off with the boys. The best students from our girl’s side compete with the best performers from the boys.
There are three categories of this grand competition: Quran, Poetry & Speeches.
The side which gains the top positions in each category wins!
Our most recent competition inspired our students to prepare deliriously, the performances left our external judges in awe.
To enrol your child to The MICB Evening Madarsah please visit the office located in the mosque or alternatively contact us via the ‘Contact Us’ section.
To facilitate for our brothers & sisters that wish to learn the foundations of religion, we have teamed up with an external educational organisation to bring you a 2 year Islamic Diploma Course.
Tafsir – Hadith – Tajwid – Fiqh – Aqeedah
This course touches on all the Islamic Sciences at a foundational level giving the student an understanding of the science, students have accredited a certificate upon completion and then can expand their studies at a more advanced level at various global institutes.
Where & When?
The course is taught in the lower level floor every Wednesdays & Saturdays at 6:30pm
Register your interest by contacting our office and obtaining an application form.
Islamic marriage at The MICB
Many couples wish to have authentic Islamic recognition of their marriage, in addition to their civil marriage. The MICB can provide this simple service, where the bride and groom make their commitment to an Islamic marriage through their freely given consent, and the groom gives to the bride a dowry.
We strongly recommend that couples should undertake separately, a legal civil marriage.
For details of the marriage process at The MICB, including how to apply the conditions for such a marriage, contact our office on 020 450 1986.
Contact our office on 0208 450 1986.
Interfaith and guide to Islam for non-Muslims
The MICB has also launched a new initiative for non-Muslims seeking further information into the spiritual, educational, religious aspects of Islam.
For those who have recently converted to Islam and for those born Muslim and who would like to learn more about their religion, please do not hesitate to contact us on the contact page. We have a large network of many Muslims and can support further with a range of techniques, including providing books, sessions with the Imam (priest), sessions with the youth, providing a mentor or buddy to help on your journey.
Visits & Tours
A normal visit consists of an observation of prayer, a tour of the Mosque building and a Q&A or discussion session. Light refreshments are also provided for younger visitors.
To book a visit, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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