Welcome to Blackpool Mosque
"Rasul-ullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) has said, "When a Person dies the rewards for his good deeds cease except for three things for which he continues to get the reward (even after his death) and they are Sadaqa Jariyah (Perpetual Charity), knowledge which benefits people and pious children who pray after his death." (Sahih Muslim)
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We would like to thank all those who have made generous donations of food to the Ramadan Foodbank
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For more information: Contact Tel: 01253-291967
Jumma Pray Time
1st Jumma will be 12.45 until further notice and 2nd Jumma will be as follows.
Friday 1st November. 14.00
Friday 8th November. 14.00
Friday 15th November. 13.45
Friday 22nd November 13.45
Friday 29th November 13.35 until further notice.
Basic understanding and principles applied when inside a mosque
Switch off all Mobile phones
Do not speak in loud voice
Do not waste unnecessary water Adopt the correct method when using your walking stick in the mosque
Pay special attention to tidiness
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About The Madrassah
The evening Maktab classes follow a varied and enriched curriculum enabling the children to- not only recite the Quran in a beautiful manner with tajweed, but to embrace an Islamic lifestyle and develop the confidence in their Muslim identity. We place great emphasis on accurate recitation and fluency and the progress of each individual child is monitored and assessed at every stage of their learning. Additional Islamic studies are a strong focus ensuring that Madrasah is enjoyable and educational.
We recognise that learning consists of:
• Acquiring knowledge of Deen
• Understanding ideas and reasonings
• Perfecting skills and confidence
• Developing good attitudes and manners
General Mosque Rules
All visitors are requested to:
- Respect the peace and prayer of worshippers inside the Mosque.
- Remove their shoes at the main entrance of the Mosque as soon as they enter.
- Keep food and drinks out of the Mosque, except areas that have been designated as eating areas. Tour guide will explain
- Not to bring any animals into the Mosque.
- Keep the Mosque’s building and courtyard clean by disposing off litter properly and safely.
- Abide by the general rules of the Mosque as displayed around the building.
- Not to smoke in the Mosque building or on the Mosque’s courtyard.
- Turn off mobiles phones or switch to silent mode before entering the Mosque.
Year 7, 8 and 9 pupils from Bispham High School spent a day at Blackpool’s Central Mosque, on Revoe Street, as part of their Religious Education Super Learning day . The day saw them listen to the call to prayer, watch a live link to Mecca and take part in a guided tour around the mosque. The trip is one of many organised by the Bispham Road school to meet local people who believe in a range of faiths
At The Mosque Five daily congregational Prayers are held on time every day.
"O you who believe, remember Allah, remembering Him frequently and glorifying Him morning and evening. He it is Who sends His blessings on you, and so do His angels, that He may bring you forth out of utter darkness into the light and He is merciful to the believers (Prayer is better than sleep.)" (Holy Quran 33:41-43).The second pillar of Islam is the religious duty to perform five prescribed daily prayers or salat. All adult Muslims are supposed to perform five prayers, preceded by ritual cleansing or purification of the body at different intervals of the day. The Qur’anic references also mention the acts of standing, bowing, and prostrating during prayers and facing a set direction, known as qibla.
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