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Prayer Timings

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    Iqama

  • Fajar
    03:45 AM
  • Duhar
    01:30 PM
  • Asr
    06:00 PM
  • Maghrib
    09:16 PM
  • Isha
    09:16 PM
  • Friday Khutba 1
    01:15 PM
    Khateeb One
  • Friday Prayer 1
    01:15 PM
  • Friday Khutba 2
    01:30 PM
    Khateeb two
  • Friday Prayer 2
    01:50 PM

About Us

Dedicated to Bringing the Community Together

The Manchester Islamic Centre was formerly the Albert Park Methodist Church , which opened for worship in 1883, but in 1962, the church closed down. In 1967, it was bought by some members of the Syrian Arab community to be used as a Mosque for the Manchester Muslim community. The property consists of two large buildings, one is used as a Mosque and library, and the other includes a prayer hall for women, social events hall, classrooms, a kitchen and an ablution facility.

The importance of The Manchester Islamic Centre comes from being among the oldest Islamic Centres in Britain and located in one of the busiest cities in the country where about 250,000 citizens of the Muslim community reside.

The Centre represents a wide range of the Muslim community of various origins and Islamic schools of thought. It is a focal point to Muslims who wish to perform their religious activities and seek information on Islam, the Holy Qur’an and Islamic Jurisprudence, all delivered by qualified staff.

Moreover, the Centre provides information on the Islamic faith in order to foster cooperation and build bridges with the wider communities. It has become the destination for academia, government, schools, churches and houses of worship, along with the general public, to learn about Islam and Muslim beliefs. The Centre has an open door policy and thus, continuously invites people and encourages them to visit during the advertised opening hours.

The Holy Quran along with the teachings of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), are taught in Arabic and English languages, to both Muslim adults and children. Counselling services in various social areas are also provided by the Centre.




Feature One

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Feature Two

Ego autem quem timeam lectorem, cum ad te ne Graecis quidem cedentem in philosophia audeam scribere? quamquam a te ipso id quidem facio provocatus gratissimo.

Feature Three

Ego autem quem timeam lectorem, cum ad te ne Graecis quidem cedentem in philosophia audeam scribere? quamquam a te ipso id quidem facio provocatus gratissimo.

programs






program title program Start Date program End Date program Start Time program End Time program Fee Registration Allowed Registration Start Date Registration End Date
Evening Quran School for children Studying Term 3 (Not for registering New Students) - Payment deadline 26/5/2022 - Late payment Admin fee £20 will be applied after this date 05/05/2022 30/06/2022 10:00 AM 2:00 PM £95.00 Yes 11/04/2022 30/06/2022
Sunday Quran School for children studying in Term 3 (Not for registering New Students)- Payment deadline 29/5/2022 - Late payment Admin fee £20 will be applied after this date 07/05/2022 03/07/2022 10:00 AM 2:00 PM £75.00 Yes 10/04/2022 03/07/2022
Saturday Quran School for children Studying Term 3 (Not for registering New Students) - Payment deadline 28/5/2022 - Late payment Admin fee £20 will be applied after this date 07/05/2022 02/07/2022 10:00 AM 2:00 PM £75.00 Yes 09/04/2022 02/07/2022


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Manchester Islamic Center
271 Burton Road, West Didsbury, Manchester, Greater Manchester M20 2WA, GB

Phone: 0161 4342254
Fax: 0161 4480324
E-mail: info@miconline.org.uk