About The Raza Jamia Masjid & Islamic Education Centre
In the Name of Allāh, the Beneficent, the Merciful.
We welcome you to Raza Jamia Masjid & Islamic Education Centre (RJMIEC). Our mosque is named after Imām Aḥmed Raza Khan (ra) a scholar and reformer of the 20th century from the Indo-Pak subcontinent. The word Jamia signifies a large public mosque where all the Muslims can congregate for Friday prayers.
The First Masjid was established in Accrington on Blackburn in what is believed to be back in 1967 by the chairman of the committee Haji Sardar.The Raza Jamia Masjid opened in 1990 on Grimshaw Street the picture you can see above.
Raza Jamia Masjid/Madrasah currently teaches estimated 450 students and with the help and support of the community the number of students are growing regularly.
As you can imagine, running RJMIEC requires much care and maintenance. If you would like to support and help RJMIEC, then please donate. The donation details can be found on our contact page.
Please browse further to discover more about Raza Jamia Masjid and how you can get involved.
Raza Jamia Masjid Islamic Education Centre Trustees