Welcome to Zakaria Masjid
Zakaria Masjid is a well established mosque that has been a key pillar in the community ever since its humble beginnings. The mosque is hospitable to all those that walk through its doors providing them with a place of prayer, learning and communal support. The mosque regularly hosts visitors and has hosted highly respected scholars over the years.
It has developed to become a truly lively and spirited Mosque, seeking to encapsulate the very ideals on which it now thrives
To accommodate the increasing need of the community, the mosque has added a purpose built education centre to its portfolio which provides a vibrant platform for open discussions on social challenges and issues; is an outlet for knowledge, a playground for vibrancy and it is full of energy, passion and conviction in the servitude of Allah and a lasting symbol of belonging and identity.
Currently the Masjid provides the following services:
• Secondary boys school
• Secondary girls school
• Courses on various subjects
• Marriage ceremonies
• Funerals services
We believe in the multi-faceted role a mosque plays in establishing the success, tranquillity and enlightenment in the Muslim community. Here at Zakaria we envision to support a community, whereby the role of the Masjid serves as both nourishment and as a solution to the myriad of needs and challenges facing the community at large.
Inspire positive spiritual, behavioural and social change, empowering people through education and community engagement. Support the development of Allah consciousness, respect and dignity.
Offer a range of services that encourage womenand youth participation in a positive and safe environment.
Establish educational provisions: schools for children and adult learning opportunities, focusing on both Islamic and contemporary knowledge.
Provide spiritual and counselling services to the community.
Contribute to the society at large though social contribution and outreach programmes.
Social support for the elderly.
Empower sections of the community who may feel isolated.
• Mutual Respect.