The Mosque provides prayer facilities for women for daily prayer, Jummah, Eid and Ramadan. The organisation provides counselling and education support services for women. Women’s Link Project, which works with isolated women to address social and welfare issues such as domestic violence, mental health, parental skills etc.
The Mosque is open for five daily prayers, Jummah, 2 Eid prayers and Tarawih in Ramadan with a small separate prayer facility for women. Other activities include children’s (boys’ and girls’ classes) evening and weekend Islamic school for maktab, hifz and pre-alim and alim classes (Currently 260 children, 20 male and female teachers are in both evening and weekend Islamic school), regular Tafseer session, Qur’an learning session, Arabic language classes and sessions regarding health, Islamic and social activities for men and women. Sessions are also open to non-Muslims to raise awareness of Islam and to promote social harmony amongst different faiths.
The facilities for prayer and Islamic education for children and adult are arranged according to the Qur’an and teachings of Prophet Muhammad(S). Initially, worshippers were primarily of Asian descent, however as the local community became more diverse, so did worshippers. Now those who attend the mosque range from Asian, Arabian, African and European origin. The mosque has grown to be a place of worship which welcomes all Muslims, regardless of their background. The mosque aims to accommodate everyone within the needs of UK law.
Though this organisation was originally set up by a local people of Bangladeshi ethnic origin, however, responding to population growth and local demographic profile, membership has been offered to Somali, Arab and other Muslim communities. Services are accommodating per the needs of all service users. Membership is also extended to women, young and people with disabilities. Current services are for wider community as well.