Abu Bakr mosque also known as THE CAMBRIDGE MOSQUE is the oldest mosque in Cambridge since 1981. The mosque has been serving the community since then and will carry on performing its duties in the future. The mosque will still be open even when the new mosque in mill road is operational.
The doors of the mosque is not only open for muslims but also for all other communities. Mosque visits are most welcome.
Abu bakr mosque welcome all Islamic Scholars to present talk and share islamic knowledge.
“To create an environment for the Muslim community in Cambridge that will allow them to worship and access community development initiatives in the areas of health, education, employment, social and cultural interaction”.
“To help the community thrive and to build, strengthen and sustain individual family and community life”.
“To facilitate the personal and social development of young people by engaging them in all aspects of a young person’s development – personal, social, educational, political, cultural, spiritual, physical, and vocational”.
To create a harmonious environment and promote the enhancement of human values, spiritual attainment and faith in the Almighty, through providing the community around Cambridge with focal point for a range of spiritual, social, cultural, educational and training activities, and this will enable the community to develop greater self-confidence through a sense of belonging in order to affirm its cultural identities and renew its zest of self-reliance.
To create unity through religion and to improve and enhance skills, knowledge and capacity of the community to espouse values of diversity, tolerance and moderation and promote interfaith dialogue with other religious group, by reaching out and acting as a resource centre for the local communities, voluntary and statutory agencies and the wider community as a whole.