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The popular Islamic evening school caters for both boys and girls. Supported by a structured syllabus, regular assessments and experienced teachers, the school runs both weekly and on weekends. The Centre organises an annual 4-week summer school for local children and teenagers, with end of term prize-givings and group excursions.

Various adult study circles and halaqahs in Arabic, Urdu, Pushto and Somali are delivered on a weekly basis.

The Centre has an active health and fitness programme for both brothers and sisters. Classes including weekly football and boxing training for men which has been running for over 10 years, aerobics classes for sisters is also immensely popular.

The Al-Manar Education Project has successfully assisted many young Muslims who missed out on a sound and vital early introduction to Islamic learning. Initiated in 2004, the long-term aspiration and desire of this initiative was to establish a modern learning institute properly catering for the Islamic schooling and scholarship of our ever-growing community and youth.

The goal was to establish an Islamic seminary which helps produce a new generation of Imams, Alima's, teachers, mentors, and Daee's who embody not only the authentic, precise and eternal message of Islam but whom are also compelled to excel and achieve success in their higher education. Producing tolerant and moderate Muslim professionals, who truly understand, appreciate and respect both British culture, heritage, values and citizenship, whilst also having a strong religious identity and knowledge base.

Course material includes Qur'an studies, Tajweed, Hifz, Fiqh-ul Hadith, Uloom ul Deen (Islamic studies), Arabic language, Tazkiyah (Self-purification), Khuluqul Muslim (Muslim character building) and Islamic history.

The active youth section includes weekly study circles, with snooker and table tennis facilities. The Centre regularly organises youth outings and teenage Qayamul-Layls (Mosque sleep-overs).

Brothers and sisters who require advice or assistance concerning issues of Ibadah (worship), halal/haram (permitted & prohibited), social life, divorce, domestic problems, general Islamic questions or would like to solemnise their marriage with a nikkh, are able to seek the support and guidance of the Centre’s respected Imams.

The Centre’s team of Imam’s engage in regular and in most cases honorary pastoral care for Muslims at local hospitals, schools and prisons.

The Centre Dawah Committee arranges weekly Saturday Dawah Tables in central locations at Ealing Broadway and Greenford. The tables provide an array of literature and information on the true and accurate position of Islam and Muslims on various topical issues of the day. This encourages healthy debate and quite often attracts large crowds interested in the Islamic perspective and the Islamic way of life. The Masjid operates an exceptional website which provides latest news, articles, events, prayer timetable and multi-media items.

The Centre actively encourages interaction between Muslims and non-Muslims for the purposes of dialogue and understanding. Many people embrace Islam at the Masjid, some months see several every week. WLIC provides new Muslims with accurate and valuable information, immeasurable support and Islamic guidance. A suitable advisor is allocated to the individual in order to provide this mentorship in a personal and friendly manner.

The Centre was a pioneer in the concept of local community Mosque Open Days with open doors, open hearts and open minds. 2009 also saw the Centre host the renowned Exhibition Islam.

The facility allows Muslims to celebrate their special events within an Islamic environment at very reasonable rates. The Centre has two spacious function halls capable of facilitating segregated events for up to 500 people. On site facilities include free parking, fully equipped kitchens and an integrated audio system. The halls are also a popular venue for Islamic conferences and other religious gatherings. All profits generated are re-invested into the Centres various undertakings.

The Al-Kitab Bookshop is an on-site profit making enterprise. Owned and managed by the Centre the bookshop provides a wide range of Islamic books, DVD's, Audio, Islamic merchandise and study aids. This valuable knowledge house boasts in excess of 1000 titles in English, Arabic and Urdu. An on-line purchasing facility is currently being created which will assist in the furtherance of Islamic knowledge dissemination. All bookshop profits are re-invested in new material or donated to the Masjid.

The Centre has been organising this community event bi-annually for the past 12 years. It includes barbecues, food stalls, book stalls, martial art exhibitions, dawah table, talks by prominent Muslim personalities, ice-cream van, fair rides, paint facing, separate sisters’ section, mehndi artists, visit by fire brigade community officers, and lots more. This special event is prominent on the local community event calendar and encourages community cohesion in a family orientated environment.

The Centre has a multitude of programmes and activities taking place during the Blessed days and nights of Ramadan. With no less than five resident and exceptional Hafiz of Qur'an, two of whom graduated from the Centre's own Hifz class and the regular invitation to Qari's from Makkah, many people travel from afar to pray Taraweeh at the Masjid.

Along with regular study circles, daily iftaars, an annually over subscribed Itikaaf and Qayamul-Layl, the Centre also arranges weekend lectures with prominent Muslim Daee's followed by communal Iftaar for over 300 people. There are four Eid prayers and Eid Salah and all Centre Khutba are delivered in English.