Diyanet Contributes To Belarus Mosque

Cambridge’s diverse community includes Muslims from Belarus! We were delighted that our supporters at Diyanet have been able to complete the rebuilding of the magnificent Cathedral Mosque of Minsk, destroyed by the Communists in 1962. There have been Muslim communities in the East European country for seven hundred years, including the Lipka Muslims, famous for … Continue reading Diyanet Contributes To Belarus Mosque

Mosque Celebrated In New Book

Our mosque receives extensive favourable treatment in Shahed Saleem’s new book The British Mosque: an Architectural and Social History (published by Historic England, 2018). The lavishly-illustrated book provides a complete history of Britain’s magnificent mosque heritage, and closes with a discussion of our own project here in Cambridge. According to the author we represent a … Continue reading Mosque Celebrated In New Book

Meditate On The Environment

Join Idris Watts as he leads his group of intrepid seekers through the wilds of beautiful Iceland, to contemplate and meditate on the order and splendour of creation. This lecture is a must for all who long to understand the deeper meaning of the heart’s response to the beauty of God’s world. The spectacular HD … Continue reading Meditate On The Environment

Yanggo Announces 1000 Green Mosques

Indonesia has almost a million mosques! Now the Indonesian Council of Muslim Scholars has announced that a thousand will be converted to run on sustainable principles and will be centres for educating the public on green technologies and recycling methods. This follows a number of eco-fatwas, including a landmark ruling against lighting fires in forest … Continue reading Yanggo Announces 1000 Green Mosques

CMT Admin Costs Revealed

The most recent set of audited accounts submitted to the Charities Commissioners show that only 0.09% of our income is spent on administration. This compares favourably with the national average of 29.2% for charities of our size. We achieve this low figure by using volunteers in all the charity’s administrative and fundraising roles, and expecting … Continue reading CMT Admin Costs Revealed

Si Monumentum Requiris, Circumspice

The Cambridge Mosque Trust has been deeply saddened by the news that its architect David Marks died on October 6 after a long illness. We came to him with an ambitious project that would satisfy a religious community living in a minority setting within a historic English town, and he gave us a solution that … Continue reading Si Monumentum Requiris, Circumspice

Indian Women’s Mosque Goes 100% Solar

“The sun is a gift from God.” Shaista Ambar, founder of Lucknow’s first, all-women mosque The first women’s mosque in the city of Lucknow has become the first mosque in India to be entirely powered by renewable energy. The mosque’s president, Shaista Ambar, emphasises that the initiative is in response to global warming, urban pollution, … Continue reading Indian Women’s Mosque Goes 100% Solar