Revert2Reality, a local community-focused charity, are pleased to announce details of their 12th Annual Family Camp 2014. Please note, this event is NOT organised by Masjid al-Tawhid.

The R2R Family Camp will be held at a campsite near Gloucester and is easily accessible from the M4 and M5, yet is set in peaceful countryside. The site offers an ideal location and facilities for an adventurous experience. Leave your everyday hustle and bustle of city life behind and come together with other Muslims, join in a recreational weekend filled with activity, fun and adventure.

Friday 8th August - Monday 11th August
(Weekend after Ramadhan)

Transport: Coaches will leave from Waltham Forest and East London. Depending on bookings from other areas and cities, coaches may be arranged from there.

Accommodation: All accommodation is zoned as per families, men's and women's tents, and is on same field. You will be allocated a space for your own tent, which you must purchase and bring with you. There are a limited number of rooms for mothers with young children.

Activities include: Archery, rifle shooting, adventure course, team pioneering, kayaking, raft building, abseiling & climbing (cliff face), orienteering, multi activity adventure missions, bridge building, Islamic quizzes, Practical First Aid courses, bush craft and much much more....

For prices and booking please see :

http://www.revert2reality.com/index.php/projects/for-all-a-kids/tawhid-annual-summer-camp
and
http://www.revert2reality.com/images/documents/bookingformcamp2012.doc

Alternatively call R2R on 07957 263 647 / 07976 807 268 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Masjid & Madrasah al-Tawhid was one of the eight London mosques that participated in London-wide consultations on the determination of Prayer Times for London. After 18 months of deliberation, the scholars and representatives of the different mosques agreed upon a single timetable in August 2011, which is now known as the London Unified Prayer Timetable. Some of the other mosques involved in this consultation were the London Central Mosque, the East London Mosque, al-Muntada al-Islami and Muslim Welfare House.

Thus, in unison with these other mosques, the masjid bases it's prayer times on this timetable, and it can easily be verified that our prayer starting times are the same as these other mosques.

Recently there have been some questions from some attendees at the masjid regarding our timetable, and hence we have provided this information in response. Further, we would refer you to similar announcements from other mosques such as :

London Central Mosque :
http://www.iccuk.org/page.php?section=media&page=unifiedpt

East London Mosque :
http://archive.eastlondonmosque.org.uk/unified

Hizb-ul-Ulama UK :
http://www.hizbululama.org.uk/articles/english/Unified.pdf

Wallahu ta'aala a'lam.

UPDATE : Unfortunately this class has been cancelled. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Masjid al-Tawhid is happy to announce a new Tajweed class for sisters. This will be a weekly class.

Tuesdays 9:30am till 11am. £5 per session.

Masjid al-Tawhid invites applications for a male Arabic Teacher to support the upcoming Arabic Classes for Boys aged 8-16.

Applicants should have demonstrable experience of teaching Arabic language, and should be available for the proposed Saturday class between 10am and 12pm. Please contact the Masjid Office with a copy of your CV or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

We are very pleased to report that Meet Your Muslim Neighbours has started a Foodbank for the homeless at Masjid Tawhid. This important project is currently in pilot, and a first session was held in December 2013. The aim is to run this event every 4-6 weeks in shaa' Allaah, with the next session planned for April.

At the previous session we had a turnout of about 40 people. Hot home made food was prepared, and about 8 volunteers helped provide the service. MYMN is working along with other local charities to contact local homeless people, and the service is open to all - Muslims and non-Muslims.