Friday sermons (khutbas) are powerful tools for challenging, motivating and informing congregations
The mosques of Allah shall be visited and maintained by such as believe in Allah and the Last Day, establish regular prayers, and practise regular charity, and fear none (at all) except Allah. It is they who are expected to be on true guidance.
Qur’an, The Repentance (At-Taubah) 9:18
Is your mosque an eco mosque?
Mosques are iconic community buildings and more are being built all the time. They can be agents of change and set a good example to their congregations and neighbourhoods of both appreciating Allah’s beautiful and subtle creation and also lead the way in which Muslims care for it. This section of the web site will in addition to bringing news of good practice show how mosques can take the lead in dealing with climate change, conserve water and deal with waste which increasingly appears to be a feature of modern life.
Some of our key areas of interest:
Those who can’t manage to build eco-friendly features into their mosques take measures to make their buildings and congregation more eco-friendly
Mosques as green project exemplars
Mosques built over the centuries have adapted to local conditions emulating the mosque of the Prophet