Alhamdullillah, we offer our obligatory 5 times a day salaah at both centres, with dedicated Imaams at both centres
Both Centres open 30 minutes before Iqaamah and close 30 minutes after prayers have concluded
The community can keep up with what's going on around them and be informed about latest events and classes
Dedicated comfortable wudhu areas are provided at both centres
Want to ask one of our Imaams a question? Feel Free!
Our Madrassas are a focal point
We focus on making sure the syllabus is organised to fit in with our young people's school commitments so they stay motivated
We have an organised environment for our Madrassa students (and their parents) - this includes comfortable facilities at both centres and dedicated teachers
Our Madrassa teachers are trained to motivate and celebrate success to continue to help our young students to thrive
during a bereavement
Dealing with a bereavement is not an easy experience but we are able to guide you through the process - you can read more on the Funeral section of this website
Balham Mosque provides a fully equipped mortuary, cold room and transportation facilities and can accommodate washing of the deceased's body
A range of new and relevant events & classes...
Nothing to feel ashamed of - life is a learning process and what better way than to attend a class that will help you polish up on Islam and its teachings. Book in for one of our classes now...
We want to reach out to our young people, our elders, brothers and sisters to engage them with Mosque activities. We have already held a number of events this year and there's more to come - just subscribe to the website to get immediate notification as we bring more events to you
Conceived in 1969 from a small room on Childbert Road, Balham Mosque has become one of the most renowned Islamic institutions in the United Kingdom, through inclusion, diversity and foresight.
Our elders have left a legacy that ensure we play a positive role in civic society at a local, national and international level - we want to continue the great work for our young people and the wider community...
Members of the capital's religious communities gathered at Scotland Yard today (Thursday afternoon) and issued a statement to deplore the barbaric attContinue Reading..
Jummah (Arabic: جمعة) (also known as Friday prayer) is a congregational prayer (salaah) that Muslims hold every Friday around noontime. It isContinue Reading..