East London Mosque Prayer Times 2015
East London Mosque prayer times are available here for the year 2015. All months of 2015 are included in East London prayer times. East London Mosque prayer timetable can be downloaded in PDF format from the download link given below. East London Mosque prayer timetable 2015 is in printable pdf ready format.
East London Mosque timetable 2015 is prepared by the East London Mosque Trust (ELMT), which is managed by a broad range of people with different expertise. There are currently 14 Trustees serving the ELM Trust for the period of 2013-15.
Any changes in prayer times of East London Mosque will be updated here.
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About East London Mosque
The East London Mosque & London Muslim Centre is in the heart of Tower Hamlets, a diverse borough with a rich history, and home to the UK’s largest Muslim community. It is our belief that our primary concern should be to serve the needs of the local community and to work towards the common good. In recent years there have been noticeable improvements in Tower Hamlets in education, health provision, environment, and community cohesion.
The East London Mosque works actively to promote tolerance and understanding. Along with all the local mosques, we are a member of the Tower Hamlets Council of Mosques; this binds together Muslims from different backgrounds and strands of Islam. We enjoy excellent interfaith relations – our centre is physically joined to the neighbouring synagogue – and the strength of these relationships has stood us all in good stead during the difficulties of recent years.
East London Mosque Imams and community workers encourage constructive engagement in society and a rejection of extremism in all its forms. East London Mosque unequivocally reject all terrorism. During the rise of extremist groups in the 1990s, who spurned cooperation with others and denounced participation in the democratic process, the East London Mosque stood firm against this distortion of Muslim beliefs and prevented them from using the mosque as a platform for promoting their views. We advise worshippers to ensure they are registered to vote and to take part in local and national elections.
The East London Mosque & London Muslim Centre offers a range of services that enable young people and women to engage in a positive and safe environment. The ethos of the East London Mosque & London Muslim Centre is to provide choice and to empower sections of our community who may feel isolated from mainstream services.
East London Mosque – Contact Information
– East London Mosque: 82-92 Whitechapel Road, London E1 1JQ
– London Muslim Centre: 46 Whitechapel Road, London E1 1JX
Tel: +44 (0)20 7650 3000
Facsimile: +44 (0)20 7650 3002
East London Mosque Visting- Opening Times
- Mon-Fri 10AM to 10PM
- Sat-Sun 10AM to 10PM
East London Mosque Visiting – Dress Code
Visiting the mosque: visits to the Mosque should be by arrangement. Shoes should be taken off at the point of entry. Women visiting the male prayer hall should wear a headscarf or similar (may be obtained from the Mosque Reception).
East London Mosque Parking
There is no visitor parking at the mosque or centre, and roadside parking is extremely limited, so travelling by car is not advised. Transport for London (TfL) have summarised rules about driving and parking in London, including penalty charges.
The East London mosque is only a short walk from either Aldgate East or Whitechapel underground stations. Live tube travel news gives the latest service information.
London buses stop just outside on Whitechapel Road (A11): 25, 205, 254. Buses also stop a short distance away on Commercial Road (A13): 15, 115, 135; and on New Road: D3.