Madni Jamia Masjid

مدنی جامعہ مسجد


Current Progress

  • £463,000 raised, £340,000 spent

  • Land acquired, surveys done, design and planning completed

  • Foundations on derelict land completed (photo)

Next stage

  • Steel frame fabrication and installation on derelict land

  • Further £50,000 required for this stage

The human skeleton:

  • Gives shape to the body

  • Hold the organs in place

  • Hold the body upright

The steel frame will be the skeleton of the New Masjid

Will you have the opportunity to say to Allah, The Almighty, The Most Gracious:

“Oh Allah, My Lord, My Rabb, My Creator, The Sustainer

I contributed to the skeleton of your house,

to give it shape, to hold it upright and

to allow your servants to remember you in this house,

to learn their Deen and the way of your messenger Muhammad (SAW)”

Salah Timetable

Please make an effort to attend the Masjid to pray. It is both spiritually and socially beneficial.

"He who purifies (performs Wudu') himself in his house and then walks to one of the houses of Allaah (masjid) for performing an obligatory Salaat, one step of his, will wipe out his sins and another step will elevate his rank (in Jannah).'' [Muslim].


The Masjid building was originally a Salvation Army refuge. It the 1970's it purchased primarily as a stop gap until something more permanent could be built. It is one of the smallest Masjids in the Huddersfield.


Our ethos is firmly based on educating tomorrow Muslim citizens. We firmly believe that the job of the Madrassah is not just to teach Quran but to give give children a rounded Islamic education.

New Building Project

This project will conclude as the first purpose built Masjid in Huddersfield. The current Masjid is a combination of wooden cabins. This new building will be a flagship of the Muslim community for generations to come.