Jummah Jammat Times

1st Jammat 12.15pm

2nd Jammat 1.15pm




ABOUT US

Dagenham Central Masjid

The Dagenham Central Masjid is a community initiative organisation, which seeks to assist the Muslim members of the community and their children in helping themselves to deepen their Islamic knowledge, whilst serving the needs of our local Muslim community by providing a range of holistic and culturally-sensitive services, while holding firmly to our Islamic values and heritage. We aim to empower the local Muslim members of our community who may feel isolated from mainstream services.

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Donate:

Lloyds TSB Bank PLC,
Market Place, Romford Branch,
Po Box 1000 BX1 ILT
Becontree Heath Islamic Society,
S/C: 30-97-13
A/C No: 33701460

Present Funds Required

The mosque requires £330.000 to repay the debts





Our main facilities:

Prayer Space,
Community Centre, Place of Worship & Friday Jummah Sermons



Our aims, objective and vision:

Part of BHIS (DCM) Ltd is ‘Dagenham Central Masjid’, which is a community initiative seeking to assist the Muslim members of the community and their children in helping themselves to deepen their Islamic knowledge, whilst serving the needs of our local Muslim community by providing a range of holistic and culturally-sensitive services, while holding firmly to our Islamic values and heritage. We aim to empower the local Muslim members of our community who may feel isolated from mainstream services.

Our aims are to:

1. Focus on the needs of the diverse Muslim community whilst ensuring services are open to all.

2. Meet the needs of the local community by promoting faith, education and employment opportunities.

3. Provide Muslims and non-Muslims with the opportunity to learn and understand Islam, through dialogue, discussion and social interaction.

Youth and Women: Encouraging Participation

The Becontree Heath Islamic Society aims to offer a range of services that will enable young people and women to engage in a positive and safe environment. We will strive to increase the number of youth actively engaging in programmes of learning and recreation, dealing with issues of anti-social behaviour, drugs, extremism and gang culture. Facilities will be provided to allow women to access relevant services in a culturally sensitive environment, including counselling services, special events, social support, and training.

Promoting Tolerance and Opposing Extremism

The Becontree Heath Islamic Society will strive to work actively to promote tolerance and understanding. Several times each year, we hope to open the doors of the Mosque, inviting people to visit and view an exhibition about Islam and Muslims. Our community workers encourage constructive engagement in society and a rejection of extremism in all its forms. We unequivocally reject all terrorism. We advise worshippers to ensure they are registered to vote and to take part in local and national elections.

FOCUS

Focus on the needs of the diverse Muslim community

NEEDS

Meet the needs of the local community

LEARN

Provide Muslims and non-Muslims with the opportunity to learn and understand Islam

FAITH

Promoting faith, education and employment opportunities

“We promote good faith and community spirit.”

BOARD OF DAGENHAM CENTRAL MASJID

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LATEST NEWS

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CONVID -19 Update

This unprecedented situation is under constant review, and we will ensure that our community is kept well informed.

In order to continue to provide a service to our community, we will continue to broadcast the Adhan, insha’Allah, and are taking steps to make all our various services and weekly events available online.





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Recommendation

We recommend that during these trying times, we bring the beauty of the masjid into our homes: praying in Jamaah with our families when the Adhaan is called; increasing the reading of the Quran, making regular Istighfaar and Tawbah, and of course keeping the whole of our Ummah in your duaa.

Though we are devastated that we cannot attend our Mosques like we want to, we should remember to be grateful that the loss of our Mosques did not come about because we abandoned them, but rather to protect the vulnerable. It has become a religious duty.

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Re-open plans

If there is no deterioration in London, we currently plan to reopen on Monday 20  July 2020, initially for Zuhr (including Jumu‘ah) and Asr only, with very limited capacity.

Those who cannot gain access to the Mosque to pray in jama’ah due to the limited capacity, insha’Allah, you will get the same reward.

Please follow these instructions and guidelines when coming to the Mosque after re-opening:


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