Quran Studies

Madrasah: Qur'aan and Islamic studies classes (for children aged 5 to 16)

Islamic Awareness

Islamic awareness programmes / lectures for adults male and female

Islamic Classes

Short Islamic Classes
(for male and female)

Islamic Marriage

We perform Nikaah (Islamic Marriage) and also provide other marriage services

Funeral Services

Funeral Arrangements / Services

Time for khutbah: 12:30 Time for Salatul Jumu'ah: 1:00 Friday is the most important day whereby so many Muslims filled our Mosque to listen to the weekly sermon and pray the Friday Prayer.

Friday Khutbah (Sermon) and Prayer

During the fasting month of Ramadan, we share food for those attending and breakfast together here at the centre and we have programs underlined for the future to offer special Iftar programs for neighbours and to visit homeless during the fasting month of Ramadan and offer the foods as well.

Ramadan Iftaar Program

The two Eids Prayer and festivals are celebrated at the Racecourse (weather permitting) with a family fun day where children are presented with an opportunity to have an amazing Eid day according to the traditions of our religion. More information will be given approaching the day of Eid

Eid in the park

The centre also caters for Mosque tours from schools, other religious denominations, social workers, Religious education teachers, health workers. and the public a large who want to visit the Mosque and get to see how Muslim connect to their Lord, connect to the community and to the neighbours. Contact us for more details.

Mosque Tours


Pilgrimage to Makkah to perform Hajj

It is obligatory only once in a life time upon those who have financial means and physically able. The pilgrim adorns simple garment that strip away any distinctions of class and culture, so they all stand equal before Allaah.




For one month of the year, Muslims refrain from food, drink and keep away from things that distract us from worship. This is done during the day from dawn till dusk. Although fasting is a form of worship, additional to health benefits it helps us to remember others who are less fortune and do not have much food and water.



Obligatory Charity

The Arabic word Zakaat means to purify. Muslims give 2.5% of their surplus wealth to charity every year. This shows obedience to Allah and prevents greed. Zakaat is given to the poor and those that are less fortunate than ourselves. It is believed that by giving charity, the possessions you keep are made pure.



Five Daily Prayer

A physical and mental means of worship prescribed five times a day. These are to remember Allah and to see his forgiveness throughout the day, Facing towards the Kaba we perform five prayers during day and night at set times.



Testimony of Faith

Muslims declare their faith by saying: "Ash hadu anlaa ilaaha illallaahu wa ash hadu anna muhammadar rasulallah". Which means "I bear witness that there is no diety worthy of worship except Allaah and I bear withness that Muhammad is the Massenger of Allaah."