5 Dhul-Hijjah, 1439
  • Welcome to Annandale Mosque

    Welcome to Annandale Mosque

    Annandale Mosque is the oldest mosque in Edinburgh, which was established in the early 1990's. It is one of the most recognised Mosques in Scotland and a result, a vast number of people visit this mosque every year. We offer a variety of different services which can be viewed here.

  • Hadith Reminders

    Hadith Reminders

    Every Tuesday after Maghrib we have a Hadith Reminder. Shaykh Hassan gives Hadith reminders from the famous Hadith collection 'Riyad-us-Saliheen' which was compiled by the famous Imam Nawawi. Different topics are covered and the Shaykh explains the Hadith in his Unique Azhari style.

  • Imam Clinic

    Imam Clinic

    Day: Every Thursday's Time: 9am - 11am. Our Imam provides a free, confidential and professional counselling service. If you are having any mental, social and marital problems please do attend. To book an appointment: Email: edmosqueannandale@gmail.com or Text: 07544840100

  • Marriage Service

    Marriage Service

    Our Imams conduct marriages and are registered with the local authorities. If you require them to do Nikah please get in touch. If you are looking for a potential partner, download the marriage form in the 'Services' section and email it to the Mosque. We will be delighted to help.

  • Funeral Services

    Funeral Services

    Annandale Mosque offers funeral services through the Scottish Muslim Funeral Services. In times of such difficulty and sadness, you need a service that is trustworthy and reliable. Please contact Khurram Mustafa on 07595 313 312.

  • Jumuah Prayers

    Jumuah Prayers

    We advice that all worshippers arrive early for Jumuah (Friday Prayers). Shaykh Hassan begins his talk at 1.15pm. The Jamat (congregation) is at 1.45pm. Jumah speeches are sometimes recorded and can be viewed on our Facebook page.

  • Classes for New Muslims

    Classes for New Muslims

    Classes focusing on the very foundations of our religion for new Muslims and Muslims who did not have the opportunity to study.

Prayer Timetable

Begins
Jama’ah
Fajr3:445:15
Zuhr1:181:30
Asr6:236:30
Magrib8:508:50
Isha9:4610:15
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