Category #9 – Most Innovative Service :

This category is seeking to award a Mosque for developing and sustaining something unique or innovative that supports the worshippers or the wider community.

The innovation can be structural, financial, educational, medical/Supportive (Counselling, scio social support service service)

2021 Winner: Minhaj-Ul-Quran (Link)

2020 Winner: Al Markaz Ul Islami

2019 winner: Harrow Central Mosque (Link)

2018 winner: Madina Institute, Oldham. (Link)




Minhaj-ul-Quran International, has branched all around the world but was established in Pakistan.

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Rumi Mosque

Mevlana Rumi Mosque has had many innovative initiatives such as providing cookery clubs to both men and women as a way to teach their community important life skills and understand new cultures.

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Central Mosque of Brent

The Central Mosque of Brent in Willesden was the first site to offer both the vaccine and testing in the same location.

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Al Madina Mosque Barking

Modern, 4500-capacity mosque with 2 prayer halls, also offering a faith school and community centre. The Barking Muslims Association is a charitable trust registered with and overseen by the charities commission of England and Wales.

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