Temporary closure of Finsbury Park Mosque due to coronavirus pandemic

Dear Sisters/Brothers & Community members Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuh Peace be upon you all. In line with the most recent rules & advice from the Government, from medical professionals in our community, and after very careful consideration by our Imams in consultation with Islamic scholars and other Mosques and centres, we have taken

Finsbury Park Mosque welcomes Katie Hopkins’ apology to the Mosque

On the 8th of May, an incident occurred in the Finsbury Park area after which Police took decisive action. Finsbury Park Mosque was therefore stunned to find that media commentator Katie Hopkins had tweeted an image from the CCTV clip, and falsely claimed that the incident and the culprits were somehow linked to the Mosque.


The wellbeing and the safety of our worshippers and the Mosque community has been at the core of all decisions we have made. In the light of this moral obligation, Finsbury Park Mosque will NOT hold Eid prayers next Friday 31st July. We will be praying the two Friday prayers as usual InshAllah. We have

The re-opening of Finsbury Park Mosque for congregational prayers

The re-opening of Finsbury Park Mosque for congregational prayers After months of unprecedented closure, we are looking forward to the reopening of our Mosque. However, we must give paramount importance to the wellbeing and safety of the worshippers, especially as people from BAME communities are more likely to be affected by Covid-19. Following the advice

Statement on Reopening our Mosques during the Corona Virus Pandemic

Coordination Committee for Mosques and Islamic Centres, London Reopening of Mosques After months of closure, mosques are looking to reopen. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused immense hardship and suffering for many. Paramount importance is being given to the wellbeing and safety of returning worshippers and their families. The government has announced that as of the

Virtual Finsbury Park Mosque Tour, this Friday 19th June 2020 between 4.15pm – 5.30pm

This time each year,  we would normally be welcoming hundreds of visitors to our annual #VisitMyMosque Day.  At this challenging time and despite corona virus pandemic and with ease of the lockdown , Finsbury Park Mosque is committed for the local community to still be able to visit the mosque… virtually! A 75-minute virtual tour will be held

Calls for the Government to provide clarity on congregational prayers

The Government has partially lifted restrictions on places of worship; it is only allowing them to open from 15 June for “individual prayers”. Whilst this may be appropriate for some faiths, it fails to recognise that mosques exist to provide congregational worship. The Coordination Committee for Mosques and Islamic Centres in London is calling for

MCB press release on Celebrating Eid Al-Fitr in Lockdown Guidance

Eid Al-Fitr, the celebration at the end of Ramadan, is due to be marked by Muslims across the world on the 24th of May, subject to the sighting of the new moon. With the UK having been in lockdown since 23rd March and the holy month of Ramadan having been observed at home, the Muslim

Support your Mosque & multiply your blessing during Ramadan

Despite closing down our mosque almost two months ago due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the Finsbury Park Mosque team has been busy in the community, supporting local hospitals with PPE equipment  and providing meals and food parcels to the most vulnerable in Islington. We believe that this is our obligation towards our wonderful community and

FPM Distribution of Food parcels to the vulnerable people

Our next phase after distributing PPE to hospitals, food parcels are ready to be distributed to the vulnerable people and those who are self isolating and facing difficulties leaving their house to buy food during this challenging time. Thanks to Nadi Park Royal and Mayfair Islamic Centre.