Welcome to

Finsbury Park Mosque


Everyone is welcome in Finsbury Park Mosque.


Everyone is welcome in Finsbury Park Mosque.

Welcome to Finsbury Park Mosque

Jul, 15FajrDhuhrAsrMagribIshaJum'ah
Start Time03:0913:1217:2521:1422:2213:30
Jamaa Time03:3013:3017:4521:2122:35

About FPM

Located two minutes’ walk from Finsbury Park underground station, and close to the Emirates Football Stadium, the main 5-storey mosque complex was opened to the public in 1993, then known as North London Central Mosque, at a ceremony attended by HRH Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales.

Hall Hire

FPM extend a very warm welcome to all hall-hirers and their guests. The team at FPM endeavour to make the experience at the Centre a pleasant, positive and inspiring one. The hall may be booked for up to a full day, subject to availability.


At Finsbury Park Mosque, we have many activities for people from all walks of life. From classes to community gathering, you will explore and learn a lot when you join.

Latest News

  • All
  • Latest News

Celebrating Eid with refugees at FPM for the 2nd year

We are delighted to have so many refugees attended our “Celebrate Eid with refugees” event…
Read More

Commemorating the 7th anniversary of FP terrorist attack

Today we commemorated the 7th anniversary of the Finsbury Park attack to remember Makram Ali…
Read More


Finsbury Park Mosque is pleased to announce that Eid Al Adha will be this Sunday…
Read More

Join us to the Snowdon Sunrise Challenge

Join Finsbury Park Mosque and Islamic Relief to raise funds for essential water projects by…
Read More

Book your Qurbani with us for this year

We are happy to announce that Finsbury Park Mosque has teamed up with Islamic Relief…
Read More

Women’s English Class (ESOL) at FPM

We are going to start an ESOL English classes for women who do not speak…
Read More

Download our free newsletter

Leading the way in building better
community relation

To create a harmonious environment and promote the enhancement of human values, spiritual attainment and faith in the Almighty, through a range of spiritual, social, cultural, educational and training activities.

To enable the community to develop greater self-confidence through a sense of belonging and renewed self-reliance.

To create unity through religion and celebrate diversity by reaching out and acting as a resource centre for the local communities, voluntary and statutory agencies and the wider community.

To endorse interfaith dialogue with other religious groups (and people of no faith) with a focus on clarifying misconceptions, finding common ground, and enhancing civil society through promoting core values of community, personal integrity, wisdom and love, care and compassion, justice and peace, and respect for one another and the earth.