Welcome to
Liverpool's Central Mosque

Masjid Al-Rahama is the third purpose built mosque in the United Kingdom. It was built in 1965 and ‎opened to the public in early 1974. Although the masjid was first founded in 1953, from a house and ‎served as the main place of worship, it was also the focal point for Liverpool's Muslim population. It is ‎one of the most recognised religious buildings in the City of Liverpool. A vast number of people from ‎different cultures and backgrounds visit the mosque on a daily basis.‎ Read more...


In light of the latest significant increase in coronavirus cases in the UK, it is with ‎great regret that we have to announce that Al-Rahma Mosque Management will ‎temporarily suspend all daily prayers in the Mosque including Friday prayers until ‎further notice.‎ Effective immediately after Dohr prayer on Monday 16th March 2020.

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Al-Fajr Prayer

Imsak 2:44 am
Jama'ah 3:30 am

Al-Dhur Prayer

1:30 pm

Al-Asr Prayer

6:00 pm

Maghreb Prayer

9:32 pm

Al-Isha Prayer

10:52 pm

Mosque History

Al-Rahma Mosque is managed by The Liverpool Muslim Society which is an Islamic ‎charity in Liverpool, England. The Mosque was founded in 1953 by the late Al-Haj Ali ‎Hizzam, where it operated...

Book A Vist

You will be welcomed by volunteers / Imam at main entrance and directed to the main hall where there will be some tea and refreshments. Our Imam will take you on a guided tour of the building...

Contact Us

To speak to our Imam or board of trustees, please feel free to give us a visit to the Liverpool Muslim Society main office, or call us at anytime between 9am -5pm. Or you can contact via website...



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Prayer Times

July 15, 2020

23 Dhu al-Qidah 1441

Maghrib Jama'ah

9:32 pm

2 Hours 13 Minutes
Prayer Begins Jama'ah
Fajr2:44 am 3:30 am
Sunrise5:00 am
Zuhr1:23 pm 1:30 pm
Asr5:39 pm 6:00 pm
Maghrib9:32 pm 9:32 pm
Isha10:52 pm 10:52 pm