Monday, September 20, 2021


As-salaamu ‘Alykum Warahmatullaahi WabarakaatuH
Dearest community members,
We pray that you are in a good state of imaan and health.  Following the appeal last week, we have received many kind donations from the community  May Allah bless you all and make it a means of acceptance for you.  Subsequent to this appeal, we have been given updated information on the items that are being collected for those families from Afghanistan, who are and will be housed around Lincolnshire.  For this week we will be collecting women’s clothing items only.  Please only bring clothes that are wearable and in decent condition. Along with this, a humble plea to all members of the community not to bring any items apart from those listed. 
The final date for this weeks collection is Sunday, 26th September 2021.

If you do wish to donate women’s clothing as requested, kindly drop them off, clearly labelled to:
Lincoln Central Mosque & Community Centre
Dixon St
Items can be dropped off 20 minutes before and after prayer times. For prayer times please visit https://www.lincolncentralmosque.org.uk/prayertime/
Items can also be dropped off on Saturday between 13:30 and 15:30. Our volunteers will be in the Carpark to receive you.
We thank you immensely for your help and support in this and all other matters.  If you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact the mosque on [email protected]
With best regards,
The Management, Lincoln Central Mosque and Cultural Centre 

Friday, September 17, 2021

As-salaamu ‘Alykum Warahmatullaahi WabarakaatuH
Dearest community members,
Insha Allah, on SATURDAY, 25 SEPTEMBER 2021 after Salat-al-Dhur (approximately 2:00pm), in association with the British Islamic Medical Association, Lincoln Central Mosque & Cultural Centre will be hosting a lifesavers event. 

Important skills including learning how to administer CPR, helping a person who is choking etc. will be delivered, with an opportunity to have a hands-on experience using medically approved dummies. 

This event is open to ladies only.

Please do try to attend this event.  Insha Allah it will prove to be very beneficial.  

With best regards,
The Management, Lincoln Central Mosque and Cultural Centre 

Jumaa prayer announcement

As-salaamu ‘Alykum Warahmatullaahi Wabarakaatuh,

Please note that there will be only 1 jamaat for Jumuah Prayer effective 6th of August.

English talk starts at 12:50 pm and Arabic Khutba at 1:25 pm

IMPORTANT: Lincoln Mosque Attendance Protocols after Government Lifting of Covid-19 Lockdown 

As-salaamu ‘Alykum Warahmatullaahi WabarakaatuH

As we all know, from Monday July 19, 2021, the government has decided to remove the remaining Covid-19 lockdown procedures but urges everyone to still take all necessary health and safety measures in order to be Covid-safe. 

In the light of the above, from July 19, 2021, the Lincoln Central Mosque and Cultural Centre will be operating under the following measures: 

  • The daily congregational and Friday Jumu’ah prayers will commence as normal without gaps.
  • For individual Sunnah prayers, attendees are encouraged to space out or observe social distancing where possible. 
  • Brothers and Sisters, including children are allowed to attend prayers. 
  • The one-way entry and exit system will no longer be applicable. 
  • Even though wudhu facilities are available, attendees are encouraged to be already in state of wudhu (ablution) while coming for prayers.
  • Attendees are strongly advised to wear face masks in the Mosque! This is to protect themselves as well as others. 
  • Attendees are also strongly encouraged to bring their own praying mats.
  • The shoe racks will be available for use. However, attendees who prefer may keep their shoes in their own plastic or carrier bags as the bags will no longer be provided by the Mosque.
  • Please kindly use the hand sanitizers provided when entering and leaving the Mosque. 
  • Please do not mingle unnecessarily with anyone else, both inside and outside the Mosque and around the Car park.
  • Anyone feeling unwell should please not attend congregational prayers in the Mosque.

The above measures are applicable to the Jumu’ah Prayers, currently split into 2 sessions (until further notice), as follows: 

  • 1st Jumuah English talk – 1:00 pm, Arabic Khutba – 1:25 pm
  • 2nd Jumuah English talk – 2:00 pm, Arabic Khutba – 2:10 pm

The Mosque management will continue to monitor and assess the situation very closely in line with any government guidelines.

We pray to Allah, subhannahu wata’aala to continue to protect the entire Ummah (Aameen).

For further inquiries, kindly contact: [email protected]

With best regards,

Lincoln Central Mosque and Cultural Centre

Friday, July 16, 2021

Eid-ul-Adha Announcement

As-salaamu ‘Alykum Warahmatullaahi WabarakaatuH
Alhamdulillah, Eid-ul-Adha corresponding to the 10th day of Dhuʻl-Hijjah 1442 AH will fall on Tuesday 20th July 2021. The Lincoln Central Mosque and Cultural Centre will be celebrating the Eid-ul-Adha accordingly.
Eid-ul-Adha will therefore be on Tuesday 20th July 2021 inshaa Allah. Eid-ul-Mubaarak!  
We pray that Allah, subhannahu wata’aala, accept our prayers and sacrifices and reward us all abundantly.
On the Eid day (20th July 2021), inshaa Allah, there will be 2 Eid prayer sessions, as follows:

  • 1st Eid Prayer at 8.00 am.
  • 2nd Eid Prayer at 10.00 am.

As mentioned in our previous correspondence, due to the lifting of the remaining Covid-19 lockdown by the government and the need to still ensure a Covid-safe environment, the following precautionary measures will apply during the Eid prayers:

  1. Our Brothers and Sisters, including family members attending, are strongly encouraged to wear face masks and also bring along their praying mats.
  2. Sisters and children are welcome to attend either of the two sessions. 
  3. Even though wudhu facilities are available, attendees are encouraged to be in the state of wudhu (ablution) before they arrive.
  4. The shoe racks will be available for use. Anyone wishing to keep their shoes with themselves will need to provide their own bags. Carrier bags will not be provided by the Mosque.  KINDLY ENSURE SHOES ARE NOT LEFT ON THE FLOOR NEAR THE ENTRANCES. 
  5. Please kindly use the hand sanitizers provided when entering and leaving the Mosque.
  6. Please do not mingle unnecessarily, inside and within the compound of the Mosque, both before and after the prayer.
  7. Anyone feeling unwell should not attend the Eid prayer.

 Children Eid Gifts Distribution on the Eid day after the Prayers
As per previous years, Inshaa Allah, the Lincoln Central Mosque and Cultural Centre will be distributing gifts to our children so as to hearten the spirit of celebration of Eid-ul-Adha. The Eid gifts distribution will take place after each of the Eid prayers.
For further enquiries, kindly contact: [email protected]

We would also like request our Community Members to donate generously to the Mosque and pray that Allah, subhannahu wata’ala, reward you all immeasurably.
With best regards,
Lincoln Central Mosque and Cultural Centre 
Dixon Street,
Lincoln LN6 7AD

Wednesday, June 30, 2021

Announcement: Mobile Vaccination Service

Friday, June 11, 2021

PRESS RELEASE: Lincoln Mosque food bank helps community during pandemic

The Lincolnite has published an article covering the Lincoln Mosque food bank activity during the pandemic in collaboration with the Acts Trust and City of Lincoln Council.

The food bank at Lincoln Central Mosque was launched in April 2020 to try and help the local community during the pandemic. It is open every Saturday between 1.30pm and 3.30pm.

With best regards,
Lincoln Central Mosque and Cultural Centre 

Friday, May 21, 2021

Press Release
As-salaamu ‘Alykum Warahmatullaahi WabarakaatuH.

In light of recent events, the management of Lincoln Central Mosque & Cultural Centre have released the following statement:

The Islamic Association of Lincoln has welcomed Hamas and Israel’s announcement of a ceasefire to end the 11-day  military offensive in the Gaza Strip.

I am writing on behalf of the Islamic Association of Lincoln, which is represented by Muslims originating from over 35 different nationalities, in addition, a fair number of our members here in Lincoln and surrounding areas are of Palestinian origin, and have expressed deep dismay at the war crimes being committed. The unprecedented attacks by Israel on worshippers at Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem came in the month of Ramadan, when Muslims were fasting, in the midst of evening worship and during the crisis of the Covid-19 pandemic.

This is on the back of continued Israeli expansionist policies and daily human rights violations of Palestinians. The attacks on Al-Aqsa mosque coincided with a time wherein more residents of Sheikh Jarrah face forced expulsion from their homes. The attacks on worshippers at Al-Aqsa Mosque are a gross human rights violation and are totally unacceptable.

We urge our UK Government to

  • Ensure Israel allow the Red Crescent ambulances and other humanitarian organisations to reach the injured and vulnerable people including children.
  • Stop the sale of all military equipment/hardware to Israelto prevent further casualties being inflicted on innocent Palestinian civilians.
  • Outline its commitment to the UN Security Council Resolution 2334, which demands that Israel stops settlement activity in Palestinian territories and fulfils its obligations as an occupying power under the Fourth Geneva Convention.

For further enquiries, kindly contact: [email protected]


Yours Sincerely,


Dr Tanweer Ahmed

Chairman, Board of Trustees

The Islamic Association of Lincoln.


Friday May 07, 2021


As-salaamu ‘Alykum Warahmatullaahi WabarakaatuH


From Tuesday 11th May, 2021, there will be global efforts in search of the Lunar Crescent that would mark the end of Ramadhaan 144 2AH, followed by Eid-ul-Fitr on the 1st day of Shawwal 1442 AH.

If the new moon is sighted on Tuesday 11th May 2021, Eid-ul-Fitr would be on Wednesday May 12, 2021. If not, then the Eid-ul-Fitr would fall on Thursday May 13, 2021. As has also been our tradition, the Lincoln Central Mosque and Cultural Centre will be following the London Regents Park Mosque’s announcement about the commencement.

Due to the prevailing circumstances of Covid-19 Pandemic and the on-going efforts by our Mosque in adhering to strict guidelines in order to minimise the risk of the infection, the Mosque will inshaa Allah, be open for Eid-ul-Fitr prayers under the following measures:

  • There will be 2 sessions of the Eid-ul-Fitr Prayers, as follows:
  • 1st Eid Prayer will start at 8:00 am. Only adult Brothers are allowed to attend. Children under the age of 12 are not allowed.
  • 2nd Eid Prayer will start at 9:30 am. Both adult Brothers and Sisters are allowed to attend. Children under the age of 12 are still not allowed.
  • All attendees should be aware of the reduced Mosque capacity as a result of the social distancing rules already in place in the Mosque.
  • Attendees must already be in state of wudhu (ablution) as these facilities will not be offered in the current circumstances but only under emergency situation.
  • Attendees must bring their own praying mats, wear face masks and obey the social distancing rules already in place in and around the Mosque premises.
  • Attendees must have their shoes and belongings in their own bags (plastic bags are also available in the Mosque) and keep these with them while in the Mosque.
  • Please use the hand sanitizers provided when entering and leaving the Mosque.
  • For the 1st Jamaat, attendees (Brothers only) must enter the Mosque through the Male Side Entrance and must leave through both the Back and Female Side Doors.
  • For the 2nd Jamaat, Sisters must enter and leave the Mosque through the Female Side Entrance. Brothers must enter the Mosque through the Male Side Entrance and must leave through the Back Doors.
  • All attendees should kindly leave the Mosque premises immediately after Prayers. Please do not mingle with anyone else, both inside and outside the Mosque and around the Car park.
  • Anyone not wearing face mask will NOT be allowed inside the Mosque.

Kindly follow the directives of the Volunteers and ask if unsure about any of the above guidelines.

  • Please note that in the current circumstance, if anyone or any of their family member is unwell, they must NOT come to the Mosque for congregational prayers.

Zakat-ul-Fitr Reminder

We would also like to remind our Muslim Community that the Zakat-ul-Fitr for this year’s Ramadhaan is £5 (Five Pounds) per head. This is compulsory on every household member.

As the Mosque will be collecting the Zakat-ul-Fitr on behalf of our Community Members, kindly ensure to put your Zakat-ul-Fitr in the appropriate and designated boxes located in the Mosque.

General Donation Request

We would also like to request our Community Members to donate generously to the Mosque in this Holy Month in which good deeds are immensely rewarded by Allah, subhannahu wata’ala.

We pray to Allah, a’azza wajalla, for the protection of the entire Ummah and for the acceptance of our fasting and supplications during the Holy Month (Aameen).

For further inquiries, kindly contact: [email protected]

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