Aims Services

Services: There are different services offered by each of the centres. These services are for the whole community who wish to take advantage of them. Most of the services are free but others are charged for. Please feel free to contact any of the centres for additional information or services.
There are a number of services and facilities offered by the difference centres. Most of these services are offered free of charge by the centres, on behalf of the Muslim community.

Historically: Wherever a small number of Muslims would live, they would get together and pray. A place of prayer would be established and this usually takes the form of a Masjids or Musallas. This may be a spare room in someone's house or a dedicated building, like a mosque. Naturally, other services would begin to be provided as the Muslims begin to use the centres.
Primary services: The main services would be to provide a clean and safe place to pray and worship. This is closely followed by education and study - whether in the form of study circles, classes or even just a bayan before Jumma or after salah.
Daily and Jumma prayers: Salah is the main form of worship in Islam. It differentiates between a Muslim and a Non -Muslim. There is salah prays with congregation five time a day. Jumma prayer is also performed in each centre.
Deaths: Deaths are a sad time for any community.The Muslim community bears a great responsibility to provide a comprehensive funeral service as well as provide support and condolences for the believed family. All centres offer these services are are only too happy to assist and advise. There are local burial sites in Falkirk and Stirling.
Weddings: Marriage is the core of one of the most important relationships. In Islam, marriages is not only encouraged but is an essential part of Islam and family life.
Births: We can assist in religious guidance for the parents of any new born. The child is an adult of the future, a good upbringing and a wholesome environment to grow up in is also essential.
Children Quran Classes: The Qu'ran is the central principles and guidelines by which Muslims live their lives. This is taught in the original Arabic by all the centres.
Language Classes: The type of Islamic classes vary between each centre and requirement of the community. The languages tend to vary from English to Urdu. Other classes do take place outside the centres.
Eid Salah: Twice a year we have special sunnah salah on the day of Eid. These are performed in the main (Jumma) Masjids.
Translation services: This is offered primarily by Falkirk mosque where certificates ar translated from one language to another.