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 new restrictions imposed by the Government in a new lockdown across England, Al-Rahma Mosque has taken the difficult decision to again temporarily suspend all congregational prayers effective from Monday 4th of January until further notice. For further information, please visit the Mosque’s website and Facebook page.
على ضوء القيود الجديدة التي فرضتها الحكومة في إغلاق جديد في جميع أنحاء إنجلترا ، اتخذ مسجد الرحمة القرار الصعب بتعليق صلاة الجماعة مؤقتًا مرة أخرى اعتبارًا من الاثنين 4 يناير وحتى إشعار آخر. لمزيد من المعلومات ، يرجى زيارة موقع المسجد على شبكة الإنترنت وصفحة الفيسبوك.
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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...
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...
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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| March 4, 2021
20 Rajab 1442
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