ukim logo
West London Islamic Centre & Jamia Masjid

Community News

Ramadan Mubarak 2019

WLIC would like to wish you and your family a peaceful, productive and blessed Ramadan, which will begin on Monday 6th of May, with Taraweeh commencing on Sunday 5th of May at 10.15pm. We ask Allah (swt) to accept our fasts, prayers and charity, above all may we attain his good favour and pleasure, with success in this life and the one to come.

Redevelopment Update & Site Logistics

By the Grace and Permission of Allah (swt) the West London Islamic Centre Redevelopment Project has had another exceptional year of progress. Since demolition in August 2017, with your support, the centre reopened last Ramadan and this Ramadan we will be moving to the first floor prayer halls.

The temporary ground floor facilities will continue to be used for prayers, until and after the first floor is ready, the entrance for brothers will remain the same on Brownlow Road, but sisters will have entrances on Singapore Road and Brownlow Road. Note the new Singapore Road entrance is for sisters only. For fast opening (Iftar) and during peak periods on Jummah, the Lounge Royale on Chignel Place will also be availble for brothers only.

Thousands of man hours and millions of pounds have been spent on our beautiful new Masjid, let us work together to care for it, keeping it clean and tidy.
 
We hope you will be able to visit and participate in the Centre’s Ramadan programme and evening Taraweeh prayers, listening to the Qur'an brings tranquility to the heart.

- Please see the Ramadan Timetable for Salah times.

- Two Friday Jummah prayers take place at 1.05pm and 2.05pm

- The Centre will be performing 8 Rakah Taraweeh to allow us to finish early and minimise any disturbance to our neighbours.

- Eid prayers will take place at the Centre, prayer timings are 7am, 8am, 9.30am and 11am.

- There is no longer car parking on site. If you live locally please walk to the centre or car share and park vehicles at a distance from the Masjid, as parking and traffic congestion are problematic.

- Please be considerate of our neighbours and disperse quitely after evening prayers. Children are always welcome in the Masjid, but due to limitations of space, we would request you not to bring them. If they must accompany you then you must supervise them at all times, this includes teenagers who attend Taraweeh, strict action will be taken against those who disrupt prayers or cause nuisance to our neighbours. Centre staff will be deployed for your comfort and to help manage services, please listen to their instructions and advice at all times.

- Saturday evening lectures will take place after Asr salah.


A Masjid in Ealing, A House in Jannah, Insha'Allah

Phase 2 of the project is nearing completion, we require a further £2.89million to complete Phase 2 and all of Phase 3. £500,000 of this is urgently needed this Ramadan Insha'Allah. Get involved, assist and make a pledge of a Mussallah for £1000, a section of window for £500 or 100 bricks for £125. Please visit WLIC New Masjid to find out more and make a contribution or visit the Centre reception to donate cash or set-up a standing order, don't forget to sign your Gift Aid form.

We pray that Allah (swt) aids us in fulfilling our vision of building a Masjid and Centre that will serve our future generations and help reflect a world city such as London.

Ramadan Services 2019
  • Brief summary in English of the evenings Qur'an recitation after Asr Salah
  • Sisters Qur'an halaqah in English/Urdu every day between 10.30am-12pm.
  • The Centre's Al-Kitab bookshop has a small presence in the entrance area of the brother section.
  • Register for Itikaf during the last 10 day of Ramadan, this will be limited to 2 people this year.
  • Eid prayer timings are 7am, 8am, 9.30am and 11am. Fitrana is £4 per family member and must be paid before Eid Salah.
We pray that Allah (swt) accepts our fasting and our good deeds, forgives our errors and allows this sacred month to be a turning point in our lives, helping us better ourselves, by making us more God conscious and considerate toward others.

For a brief overview of the significance of this beautiful month and its message, please read the Ramadan Reminders article here



Narrated by Anas (RA) I served the Prophet Mohammed (pbuh) for ten years, and he never said to me even a 'Uf' [a minor harsh word denoting impatience] and never blamed me by saying, 'Why did you do so or why didn't you do so?'[Related in Bukhari]
advert