About Al Huda Masjid

Al-Huda Masjid is a community masjid situated on Legrams Lane in Bradford 7, close to the University of Bradford. The masjid has capacity for 600 worshippers, with the potential for another 300 worshippers once the development of the basement floor is completed. On average the masjid is used by approximately 300 people every week. Programmes are delivered in the masjid in both English and Urdu. Al-Huda Masjid was founded in the year 2000 by Mohammed Akbar, Mahmood Hussain and Abdur Rashid. The masjid building was formerly a Methodist church. The masjid was officially opened on 23rd November 2000. The layout of the building was perfect for the purpose of a masjid, with two large prayer halls, a separate entrance for sisters, a number of classrooms, kitchen facilities and bathrooms. Up until last year the basement of the masjid was used by the Bradford Curry Project, which is a multi-faith charity that provides food to the needy in the Bradford district. The basement has also been used in previous years by a number of other organisations including, the Princeville Homework Club, the Libyan Arabic School, fitness classes, English language classes etc. In 2004 the building was modified with a three story extension, which included offices, a new ablution area for brothers and a two bedroom flat, which is currently occupied by the Imam of the masjid. English Khutbas and lectures started in the masjid in the year 2002. We currently have at least one Jumuah khutbah in English every month.

Our Services

Our mission is to serve the community

Religious

Arabic Classes

Arabic Classes for Brothers every Saturday
Religious

Sisters Tajweed Classes

Tajweed classes in both English and Urdu for sisters of all levels.
Religious

Educational

Quran and Islamic studies programme in English & Urdu on a weekly basis.
Religious

Boys & Girls Madrasah.

Madrasah Salaffiyah is an Islamic evening school which offers subjects of Islamic Studies, Qur’an Recitation and Qur’an Memorisation according to the true teachings of the Qur’an and prophetic ways of the final messenger Prophet Muhammad. Our aim is to help our students fulfil the obligation of seeking knowledge through the study of Islamic Studies and Qur’an to not only enable them to gain immense reward in doing this but also to enable them to understand and fulfil their role within the society they live in and within the wider world in general. We are pleased to announce that we are now taking on new students, if you would like to enrol your child please email us on info.alhudamasjid@gmail.com with the subject heading "Madrasah Enrolment".
Religious

Regular Events in English & Urdu.

Events in English an Urdu.

Our staff & management

We are a dedicated and hardworking team

Imam Muhammad Eesa

Imam Muhammad Eesa

Graduate from Madinah University, Saudi Arabia and completed his masters in Jamiahtul Islamiyya in Leicester, England.
Ustadh Newman Islam

Ustadh Newman Islam

Religious teacher, and a graduate in human psychology and social affairs at the University of Leeds, before completing his masters in Islamic studies in SOAS.
Muhammad Yahya

Muhammad Yahya

Helps run and manage Mosque volunteers. Specialises in PR and digital marketing for the Masjid.
Sister Maryam Islam

Sister Maryam Islam

Qualified social worker providing guide and support to women and young people in their personal, social and educational development to help them reach their full potential in society.
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