WELCOME TO THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF LUTON ISLAMIC CENTRE.

Press Release: Manchester Terror Attack

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Luton Islamic Centre condemns in the strongest possible terms the May 22nd terrorist attack in Manchester. The perpetrator murdered innocent and defenceless people including children. This attack was an attack on all of us. This senseless and depraved act has no … Read More

Mosque Open Days

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Twice a year the Luton Islamic Centre hosts a mosque open day for members of the local community from all faiths or non to visit the mosque.   It has been excellent in developing community relations and enabling people from … Read More

Cumbria Floods 2015

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The Luton Islamic Centre organised a team of volunteers to assist communities in Cumbria affected by flooding in 2015.  The area saw the worst flooding in its history and emergency services were quickly overwhelmed by the shear scale of disruption caused … Read More

Marriage Support & Counselling

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Marriage Counselling We offer Marriage counselling to help couples resolve conflicts in accordance with the Holy Qur’an and the authentic Sunnah. To speak to an imam contact 01582 724647 for free confidential advice for upto 10 minutes. For more serious … Read More

Nikah Ceremony

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Nikah (Islamic lawful Life Sharing Contract) Nikah is a great blessing and worship. In Sharia law Nikah viewed as a contract by both parties agree to live as husband and wife in accordance with the Quran, and the Sunnah of the … Read More

Donating Blood

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The Luton Islamic Centre helped to organise and promote an event for members of the local community to donate blood to the local blood bank.  Men and women from our community went to the local blood bank and gave blood … Read More

Monthly Soup Kitchen

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The Luton Islamic Centre hosts a monthly soup kitchen on the first Saturday of every month.  The economic downturn has increased poverty in the local area and made a greater number of people dependant upon food handouts.

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