Welcome to our Centre!
We have facilities for Sisters & children.
We have parking space outside mosque and down the road from Centre on left.
Khutbah begins 130PM on Fridays.
You do not need to book to attend
Rules of attendees must follow
1. Wearing mask is personal choice but we request all attendees to wear a mask as its recommended by government it falls under crowded place.
2. Toilets and Wudu facilities open for all.
3. Sanitise hands before entering prayer hall.
Please Donate generously as we need public support in order keep our doors open
on behalf of Cornwall Islamic community Stay Alert and Stay Safe, we thank you for your co-operation
Do you do 5 Daily prayers held at Centre? No unfortunately, the reason being we dont have a Full time imam rather have volunteering khateebs, we are working hard achieve this in near future Insha’Allah.
This is the first and only dedicated Islamic Centre in Cornwall. The Centre is run by the Cornwall Islamic Trust. The disused Quenchwell Chapel was purchased in 2008. After 8 years in 2016, Alhamdulilah! The building work is now complete.
The much needed renovation of the derelict chapel has now been brought back to its original glory so it can continue to serve the local community.
Our centre is open to people of all faiths, we hope this will bring better understanding of each others faiths and cultures and bring the local community closer together. We want our centre to be a source for social cohesion in Cornwall.
The Cornwall Islamic Community Centre holds a number of weekly and annual events including weekly prayers, Sunday school, Sister’s study sessions and the annual Eid celebrations. The centre is also responsible for the cultural needs of Muslim marriages and deaths.
Please feel free to take a look around this site for more detailed information, or get in touch directly.
We strongly believe that this centre will serve Islam in a way that is second to none, for this community is hungry for the truth and are prepared to listen to the message. May Allah give us all the tawfeeq to strive for His sake and for the sake of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW).
To find our updated accounts please see the Charity Commission webpage at www.charity-commission.gov.uk