RIC believes it has made outstanding progress in the achievement of its broad objectives and will continue to pursue the challenges of the future.

The Jamia Mosque is open to visitors throughout the year. We receive a large number of visitors from schools, colleges, universities and other institutions wishing to find out more about the mosque and the Islamic faith for projects and studies. Redhill Jamia Mosque is nationally known for reference and advocacy of Muslims and Islamic Issues.

The mosque’s congregation and staff have been the subject of numerous television and news features in recent years. Much of the media focuses on the mosque’s involvement in national and international human rights and political issues as well as the mosque’s inter-faith alliances. Since the mosque was built, it has become a focal point for the Muslim community. Over the years, Muslims/non-Muslims have used this mosque’s premises for events such as meetings, lectures, studies, community and educational purposes.

The Redhill mosque is unique because we are open to all people and religions and we offer many services and facilities that not even the larger mosques offer. We work with over 240 schools throughout the region and have many schools visit us weekly for talks.We always welcome everyone to come and talk to us, see our mosque and view its interior artwork and design as it used to be a church.

Since the mosque’s erection, it has become a focal point for the Muslim community. Over the years, Muslims have used the mosque for events, meetings, lectures, studies and community and educational purposes. Many of the original founders of the mosque committee still make up the mosque management or are trustees of the mosque but as time has passed, many new innovations have been made as to how the mosque is democratically run using Islamic teachings as the basis for the equal representation of all members of the community. Thus, regular meetings, annual selection and equal opportunities have meant that the running of Birmingham Central Mosque has been as efficient as possible over the decades.

The initial establishment was fuelled by a desire to provide a united and uniform platform to promote the needs and aspirations of the county’s Muslim community.Redhill Islamic Centre is founded on the principles of serving the communities of Reigate& Banstead.

Through the support of its affiliated Mosque organisations and its partners, RIC has endeavoured to place the individual and collective needs of the Muslim community firmly on the agenda of all service providers within the catchment area.

The scope of RIC activities covers the varied areas of education and employment, health, crime and antisocial behaviour, media, quality assurance, young people and families.Through our work, we seek to promote an awareness of Islam amongst all communities, as well as foster understanding, better community relations and community cohesion.

There is an appreciation that the issues of common concern within the community have to be tackled in a partnership community approach.RIC believes it has made outstanding progress in the achievement of its broad objectives and will continue to pursue the challenges of the future.

 

Mosque Services

STUDY CIRCLES

The Center is very popular and heavily booked for organised visits and guided tours.Visits to the mosque should be booked in advance by telephone, email, post or in person. Preferred visit times and days are between 11.00 am and 3.00 pm. (Mondays, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. For More information please contact Sheikh Mian Sajid Latif Qadri.

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FATWA

The word fatwa means to make a legal decision on an Islamic basis. A fatwa is made based upon the Holy Qur’an and the Sunnah of the Prophet Mohammed (saw). We advise that you contact the office on 01737-760251 to arrange a meeting with Sheikh Mian Sajid Latif Qadri. Alternatively, you can visit the mosque and speak with the Shaykh after one of the congregational prayers.

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COURSES

In line with our vision, and developing our community, the courses are chosen based on a well-thought out themes e.g. the 5 pillars of Islam; each pillar is studied individually, with one course covering the inner meanings and spiritual dimension; whilst another covering the Fiqh matters related to each specific pillar of Islam. For More information please contact Sheikh Mian Sajid Latif Qadri.

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Useful Resources

The web is designed as a network of more or less static addressable objects, basically files and documents, linked using uniform resource locators (URLs). A web resource is implicitly defined as something which can be identified. A collection of links to Islamic web sites,This growing list of resources includes websites, reports, and articles that may be use resources for those seeking to more completely understand Islam

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We are Providing

Facilities

Our Mosque has the following facilities available for its worshippers: Main prayer hall with a capacity for up to 300 worshippers. Upper prayer hall and lecture room. Capacity for 200 worshippers. Library with a large selection of books in English, Arabic and Urdu.

Our Academics

Redhill Mosque has over the years had many prominent visitors from all over the world come to the Masjid. This includes Imams, Scholars, Academics and other prominent members of our community!

Family Counselling

Family counselling is available to those experiencing problems or those wanting advice on marriage. An appointment will have to be made with the Imam in advance by emailing. Family Support Services/Shariah Council Every Mon/ Tue/Wed/Thur 7.15 pm – 9.00 pm (Telephone Advice only) 01737-760251 (In-Person Appointments) Every Saturday 2.00 am – 4.00 pm

  • Our vision is to develop a successful, confident, and self-conscious Muslim community that makes a full and valuable contribution to the economic, spiritual and in to their life in the Borough of Reigate and Banstead.
    • God consciousness.
    • Respect, Dignity and Justice.
    • Serve.
    • Educate and Inspire.
  • In Islam, worship is part of daily life and is not limited to mere rituals. The formal acts of worship are known as the five “pillars” of Islam. The five pillars of Islam are the declaration of faith, prayer, fasting, charity, and pilgrimage. More than a billion Muslims share a common set of fundamental beliefs that are described as “Articles of Faith.” These articles of faith form the foundation of Islamic belief system.
    • Live by the teachings of the Quran & the ‘Messengers’ sayings & actions.
    • Demonstrate selflessness, integrity, truthfulness, forgiveness, humility& modesty.
    • Continually acquire knowledge, learn and improve ourselves and help others to do the same
    • Treat each other and all people with respect, fairness and justice.
    • Take responsibility, work as a team, build relationships and partnerships based on doing the right thing.
    • Have energy, enthusiasm, and the courage to lead.
    • Be accountable to each other, continually remember death, and fearing final accountability to Allah (swt).
  • Redhill Mosque works actively to promote tolerance and understanding. Along with all the local mosques. We enjoy excellent interfaith relations – and the strength of these relationships has stood us all in good stead during the recent testing years. Every year we organise an interfaith forum on religious tolerance with representation from all the major faiths.
    • Focus on the needs of the diverse Muslim community whilst ensuring services are open to all.
    • Meet the needs of the local community by promoting health, education and employment opportunities.
    • Provide Muslims and non-Muslims with the opportunity to learn and understand Islam, through dialogue, discussion and social interaction.
    • Contribute to the social, cultural, spiritual and economic enhancement of the whole community, through policy and strategy development and service.
    • RIC has endeavoured to place the individual and collective needs of the Muslim community.
  • Redhill Mosque works actively to promote tolerance and understanding. Along with all the local mosques. We enjoy excellent interfaith relations – and the strength of these relationships has stood us all in good stead during the recent testing years. Every year we organise an interfaith forum on religious tolerance with representation from all the major faiths.
    • Promoting Tolerance and Opposing Extremism.
    • Serving the Community, Working in Partnership.
    • Youth and Women: Encouraging Participation.
    • Environment, and community cohesion.
    • Our Imams and community workers encourage constructive engagement in society .