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<strong>Mahir Bil Qur’an: Sunday 10:30am till Zuhr</strong> Spend your Sunday mornings with the Qur’an, improve your relationship with Allah and benefit your daily life. Level 1: This is for beginners who already know how to read the Qur’Read Post
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MICC provides facilities for the 5 daily prayers as well Jummua prayers and Taraweh/Qiyaam during Ramadhaan. The Masjid provides a capacity for over 1000 people over 3 floors catering for men and women.
A range of Islamic and secular education for both adults and children is available. For more details visit this page. MICC has a range of classes over weekday and weekends teaching Qur'an, islamic circles and many others.
Sunnah Sports can provide the following activities at MICC, kickboxing, aerobics, 121 personal training and gym access for women. For men we can provide MMA/self defence, 121 personal training and gym access. For children we can provide cardio/self defence classes.
MICC offers a range of marriage services, including nikkah and counselling. We are aiming to be able to conduct civil marriages within the MICC premises in the near future.
MICC in partnership with Muslim Funeral Service now offers a complete funeral service to the local Muslim community. This includes: Ghusl, Kafan, Casket and cemetery arrangements. MICC can also arrange for the Janazah Prayer to take place at the centre. For further information please contact the Management at MICC.
Food Relief is a food bank operating under the registered charity Morden Islamic Community Centre (MICC), with the support of Merton Council. We serve the most vulnerable members of the entire community regardless of background.
Morden Islamic Community Centre
MICC is a window of the registered charity Morden Islamic Centre. The charity has been serving the community since 2005. Initially the charity served the local community by offering its children Islamic education. The overwhelming response and pressure from the Morden area warranted a premise that would cater to the needs of the Muslim community beyond the education of its young. It was thus decided to initiate the prayers at 2a Crown Lane. For a few years the two halls, though cramped, managed to provide a focal point for the Muslims of the community. However, over the years the numbers would far exceed the capacity of 2a Crown Lane and the decision to move the venue to 116 London Road was made.Read More