News & Updates
Re-opening on Saturday-04 July 2020 for Jamat
The government has partially lifted restrictions on places of worship to allow “Congregation prayers” from 4th July 2020 with the limit of 30 people. We were preparing and and was liaising with other mosques and Muslim organisations across London and throughout the UK.
Eventually after all preparation we have decided to open the masjid initially for only Zuhar Jamat for 1 Hour between 1 pm to 2 pm. As per map laid out we have capacity of 30 individuals.
All attendees must follow SOP in order to get access to the prayer halls. All procedures are detailed on Re-opening page of our website. Please visit and familiarise your self with the SOP.
16 June 2020 - Tuesday
Re-opening of Bilal Masjid
The government has partially lifted restrictions on places of worship to allow “Individual prayers” from 15 June 2020. But the primary function of mosques is to facilitate collective worship for the Muslim community.
Like other Mosques in the UK, we are waiting for the clear guidance for the re-opening of mosques they can hold congregational prayers. Once this has been given, Bilal Masjid can then consider how best to open for the five daily prayers, whilst the ensuring the safety and well being of worshipers.
At Bilal Mosque, we have been liaising closely with other mosques and Muslim organisations across London and throughout the UK, to prepare for eventual reopening.
Covid-19 remains a threat to the lives of vulnerable people, especially those in BAME (Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic) communities, who have been disproportionally affected.
The safety and well-being of our congregation is of paramount concern; as individual prayers can just as well be performed at home, our mosque, like many others, will not be opening for individual prayers on 15 June.
We will keep the situation under review in the days and weeks ahead. We thank our community for their patience & understanding.
2020 - MARCH
Thursday 19 March 2020
Temporary closure of Bilal Masjid to the public due to coronavirus pandemic
19 March 2020 – Praise be to Allah, Lord of the Worlds, and peace and blessings on His final messenger, Muhammad ﷺ. We ask Allah to grant us patience, to strengthen our reliance on Him, and to increase us in our faith and good deeds.
In line with the most recent advice from the Government, from medical professionals in our community, and after very careful consideration by our Imams in consultation with Islamic scholars and trustees', committee members & other Mosques and centres, we have taken the difficult decision to suspend public access to the Bilal Masjid, including for all prayers and Jumuah (Friday prayer), beginning Thursday 19 March 2020. We will continue to broadcast the adhan, insha’Allah.
We will keep the situation under constant review, and ensure our congregation is informed through our website and social media, insha’Allah. We are also putting measures in place so that our community can get in touch with the Mosque, and we’re looking at ways the Mosque can give support to the vulnerable in our community. May Allah help us all in this time of trial; we should turn to Him in increased devotion through prayer, dua and reading the Qur’an.
2019 - DECEMBER
Saturday 21st December 2019
CHRISTMAS AND THE BIRTH OF JESUS
AN ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVE & ANALYSIS OF CHRISTIAN NARRATIVE OF THE BIRTH OF JESUS
With Imam Anas Shaikh Nadwi
After Isha at 7:30
Food will be served
Attend with families.
2019 - NOVEMBER
16th & Sunday 17th November 2019
Bilal Masjid has organised an opportunity for Pakistani origin people to have their NICOP / NADRA related documentation to be processed on site at Bilal Masjid. You do not have to travel to the High Commission... the High Commission is coming to you.
News coverage of NADRA Surgery at Bilal Masjid.
2019 - August
Saturday 31 August 2019
Bilal Masjid has organised a facility for proper disposal of Islamic Literature / Books / Pages. It is an independent and external service.
Collection will be made on Sat 31 August 2019 from 1:30pm to 6:00pm.
COST: £2.50 per Kg. Kindly do not leave your material without payment.
If you would like to utilize this facility kindly bring your material in a good quality black bag. You may leave the bags any time after Friday prayers together with the payment. Kindly give the money to Imam sahib or any other committee member.
Friday 30 August 2019
BILAL MASJID HAS ARRANGED EXTRA FRIDAY PARKING AT BALLOT BOX PUB JUST A FEW YARDS AWAY...
Look out for the info posters.
The pub is situated just a few yards from the mosque on the left side when going towards Perivale on the Horsenden Lane.
The parking is hired from the pub management for a limited time on Fridays only.
13:00 to 15:00. (during summer)
12:00 to 14:00. (during winter)
Kindly do not overstay
Kindly cooperate with the volunteers. Always park properly. Do not cause trouble to our neighbours.
2019 - April
Sunday 14 April 2019
Health Hacks by Br. Daoud Verma
Br. Daoud Verma is back with 2nd serving of his world famous hacks.
Boost your energy levels during Ramadan
After Maghrib salah @ 8:00 PM
2018 - Extensions/Building Plans
2018 - Parking Campaign
Parking Consultation - Meeting Minutes
Date: Thu 15 Feb 2018
Invitees: The committee & some regular attendees
Subject: The Proposals of Parking Campaign
Despite absence of the most of the committee members, we were able to gather the following suggestions:
The month of March will be celebrated as the Parking Awareness Month
Posters + Leaflets + Outdoor display board will be used.
Leaflets will be diversified to retain impact and interest.
Two public consultations will be arranged to educate, seek feedback and suggestions. One of these meetings will be before March and one in the first week.
All regular attendees will be encouraged to actively take action & engage with those who park badly around the mosque.
Regular announcements (atleast twice a week) will be made by different people.
Two jumah khutbahs will be dedicated to highlight the importance of parking discipline, its relation to Rights of People (حقوق العباد) and neighbors rights in Islam.
The campaign will culminate with inviting the council Parking Attendant to issue tickets on the spot in the last week of March.