Senin, 20 April 2009
The Baitul Futuh Mosque, is a landmark building. The mosque itself is among the largest built in Europe. The design of the mosque has incorporated both Islamic and modern British architecture. The strategic planning of the entire site has blended the previous Dairy Factory into the new complex. The main auxiliary building has also been developed and refurbished to offer ancillary facilities. The mosque was opened on 3 October 2003.
The complex also has to offer many facilities, such as various conference halls and auditoriums, a library and dining facilities. Events ranging from the Islamic 'Eid' celebrations to student career seminars have already been held at the site.
The site also has fully refurbished offices to house the administration of the various auxiliary organisations of the Ahmadiyya Community, such as the Youth Organisation; Women's Organisation; Over 40s Men's Organisation.
A non-profit making gymnasium is being set-up. Classes for both career development and the unemployed are already taking place.
It is our aim to continually work with the local community and to keep all informed of the progress, design and activities being hosted. The community has set-up the AMA Liaison Group, which comprises of Local Councillors, Residents Associations, Schools & Colleges, Church leaders and representatives of various other local organisations
Islam Awareness Week
As part of National Islam Awareness Week the Baitul Futuh Mosque in Morden will be holding open days from the 23rd November - 29th November 2008 (except Friday 28th November 2008) between 10 am and 4pm. You will be given a tour of the mosque, various multi-purpose halls, library and exhibition. You will be given an information pack on various aspects of Islam and the mosque.
The site is located next to Morden South Station and 5-10 minutes walk from Morden Underground Station. Buses numbers 80, 93 and 154 stop outside the mosque. Parking is available on site.
If you have any queries please do not hesitate to email us at email@example.com.
The mosque welcomes school visits to tour the mosque and the site. This also includes a talk and questions and answers on the basic teachings of Islam and the purposes of a mosque. Refreshments can also be provided.
For each of these events you can contact us via phone or email:
020 8687 7812
HOUSE OF VICTORIES
By the Grace of Allah the Baitul Futuh mosque complex has been completed through voluntary donations of individual members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.
The mosque complex provides the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community with a central focal point for meetings, social and religious events on a national scale that was no longer possible in the much smaller London mosque. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community acquired the site in 1996 which was previously “Express Dairies”, and the late Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad, the fourth Khalifa laid the foundation stone on 19th October 1999.
The first mosque built by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in England was the Fazal Mosque situated in Southfields, South West London. The Fazal mosque which is commonly known as the London Mosque was built by the funds provided by the ladies section of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in 1924.