Masjid & Islamic Centre

April 20, 2024
Fajr Iqamah

2:29 am

Prayer Begins Iqamah
Fajr2:32 am 2:35 am
Sunrise4:52 am
Zuhr11:57 am 12:00 pm
Asr4:51 pm 4:54 pm
Maghrib7:04 pm 7:07 pm
Isha8:34 pm 8:37 pm

Mosque Salah cultivates communal worship, strengthens unity, and deepens spiritual connection with Allah, fostering a supportive Muslim community.

The mosque serves as a hub for collective prayers, nurturing spiritual growth and providing a dedicated space for community engagement.

Congregational prayers in the mosque promote solidarity among Muslims, reinforcing a shared sense of purpose and fostering a strong community bond.

Regular mosque attendance for Salah fosters a profound spiritual connection with Allah, providing a focused environment for personal and communal spiritual development.

Engaging in mosque prayers not only strengthens social bonds but also builds a supportive community, encouraging positive values and shared responsibilities.

About the Mosque

Bexhill Masjid Society

The Bexhill Masjid & Islamic Centre is organised and maintained by the Bexhill Islamic Association. The Bexhill Islamic Association was founded in the year 2002 and registered as a charitable Trust in 2005 (Charity registration number 1109609). The intention of the Association was to establish a permanent place for worship and education for those of the Islamic faith within the local community. The Association is aiming for the Masjid and Islamic Centre to provide the following services, daily congregational prayers, regular educational lessons, Islamic library facility, funeral services, religious advice and guidance, promotion of interfaith dialogue within the local community as well as providing community services such as counseling and mediation.

Mosque Mission

Forge lasting harmony in Bexhill by uniting through faith, knowledge, community, and compassion.

Mosque Vision

Foster spiritual growth, connection, and understanding seamlessly in Bexhill's Muslim community.

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The 5 Pillars of Islam


The Shahada stands as Islam's central creed, declaring the belief in one God and recognizing Muhammad (PBUH) as His messenger.


Performing ritual prayers five times a day in Islam is an expression of devout dedication and submission to Allah


Fasting in Islam during Ramadan nurtures self-discipline, empathy, and spiritual development.


In Islam, the duty to give alms involves supporting the less fortunate and contributing to community welfare.


Islam's sacred pilgrimage to Mecca, a mandatory act fostering spiritual unity and devotion.

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