Liverpool Islamic Centre at a Glance:

Liverpool Islamic Centre was founded in 2006 under the supervision of the Islamic Centre of England and it has been holding Islamic, cultural and educational programs to fulfil the needs of the communities living in the North West of the UK.

Liverpool Islamic Centre is honoured to commemorate the weekly fest of Friday by holding the Supplication of Kumail a night before it and other religious fests by commemorating other Divine occasions during the year like: Eid al-Fitr, Eid al-Adha (Ghurban), Eid al-Mab’ath and Eid al-Ghadeer and the birth anniversaries of the Holy Prophet of Islam SAWA and his great progeny (A.S) as well as the sad occasions of their martyrdoms.

What makes our programs unique among many of other Islamic centres is the fact that the believers and their families from different nationalities come together and benefit from the same lectures and recitations which are mostly held in English and Farsi.

Our Tebyan school is held for the age group of 5-15-year-old. Our students learn Quran, Islamic Jurisprudence, Islamic Ethics, Islamic Beliefs and History of Islam based on the suitable textbooks provided for them.