Liverpool Muslim Society and Masjid history
The Liverpool Muslim Society is a muslim society in Liverpool, England. Founded in 1953 by the late Al-Haj Ali Hizzam when it operated from a room in his house.
In 1965 the construction of Al-Rahma mosque started and the main prayer hall was completed in July 1974 to serve the small population of 3000 Muslim. The first small floor, the madrassah and the imam’s accommodation was added in 1979.
After extensions were made. On Fridays the mosque accommodates between 2,000 and 2,500 people. There are daily prayers and free meals, a day centre for the elderly, children’s sporting clubs, and weekend Arabic lessons.