Facilities & Services

Mosque is open for FAJR prayer and then from 11AM until ISHA. Reception is manned throughout the day to offer assistance.

Mosque has dedicated prayer halls for Men and Women.  Women’s prayer Hall is located on the first floor.

Mosque has separate Wudu (Ablution) facilities for Men and Women.

Mosque has both lift and stair access to upper floors.

Mosque has step free Disabled Access as well as dedicated Wudu (Ablution) facilities.

Fully fitted kitchen with food preparation and serving facilities. Light refreshments such as tea and coffee are usually available.

A comprehensive collection of Islamic texts and study materials. Many books are available to borrow.

Functional and fit for purpose. 4 dedicated classrooms offering widescreen internet enabled displays to aid learning.

Weekend Madrassah for 5-15 year olds, covering Quran recitation, Islamic studies and memorisation of key Dua’s. For more information, please email  rh@maidstonemosque.com and to register your child for Madrassah please click HERE.

We offer a wide range of Islamic marriage services, including advice, Nikah (Marriage) and venue hire for Walima (by appointment only).  Matters of Talaq (Divorce) can also be discussed with Imam.

To arrange guided tours for individuals or groups/schools, please email rh@maidstonemosque.com

We coordinate large external gatherings for Eid Salaah, overnight trips to partner Mosque’s and Dawah services as part of our strategy to engage with the wider community. Recreational activities and workshops are delivered throughout the year. To stay up to date with the latest news, follow us on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/maidstonemosqueUK

Our Resident Imam takes great pride in helping people take the initial steps towards becoming a Muslim.

The procedure towards becoming a Muslim is very simple. All one has to do is to say the Declaration of Islamic Faith. This, however, must be done with the conviction of belief for it to be a valid acceptance of the faith and lifestyle that is Islam.

 

Mosque provides this conversion (Reversion) service and it is carried out by the Imam who speaks with individuals before assisting them in the Arabic transliteration of the Shahādah, which they then follow with the English translation and a description of the main articles of faith which they then choose to accept.

 

A service teaching new Muslims about prayer is also available upon request. Anyone wishing to accept Islam or just wishing to learn more may visit the mosque office during the week.

CCTV, Fire detection & prevention systems along with fully trained fire marshals on site to ensure effective management of the building.

During Friday prayer and Madrassah times, there is strictly no parking on site. Limited spaces are available during other times.  There are few carparks around the Mosque (see image below).
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