Abu Bakr Masjid
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Welcome to abu bakr siddiq mosque also known as the cambridge mosque


DUE TO CORONAVIRUS, WE ARE NOW CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. We will update the site when the mosque will reopen, please check this space. Carry on praying at home,including Jummah which should be replaced by your four rakat zuhr prayers and Insha Allah we will get through this.

Live broadcast event for Mid Shaban/ Shab e barat from Abu bakr mosque Cambridge.

A talk on the significance of the night of forgiveness by imaam Shaykh Amir Karim.

Tuesday 7th and Wednesday 8th of Apri from 6pm - 7.30pm.

Listen to talk

Talks will be followed by stories, nasheeds etc from children.

If your child would like to be involved in the live broadcasts please send in voice recordings of their Quranic recitions, nasheeds or short Islamic speeches or stories etc.

Childrens voice Recordings can be sent to:



Mosque Streaming Programme

All available on mixlr

Live talk from the mosque

By Our Imam Sheikh Amir Karim

Please note the PLAY button will only appear if there is a talk currently happening in the mosque, if there is no play button it means there is no talk currently happening.

Imam A Karim is on Mixlr

Coronavirus Talk delivered in the mosque

By Dr. Hamid Jalal, Virology Consultant at Addenbrooke's Hospital

Ramadhan 2020 Announcement

Ramadhan 2020 Timetable is now available.

Download Ramadhan 2020 timetable

More information to follow regarding activities undertaken in mosque during Ramadan. Please keep checking the website for updates.

Asalaamo Alaikum Wa Rahmatoolahi Wa Barakatahu

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 as usual (all daily prayers and activities will be the same) 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. They are also welcome to give Jumuah Sermon.

Please consider our neighbours when coming to the masjid all the time. Please park your vehicle / bike sensibly, safely and securely. Be mindful of the 24 hours no parking as shown by double yellow lines.

PROPHET MUHAMMAD (s.a.w) said: Whoever believes in Allah and the Last Day, let him treat his neighbour well. [SAHIH BUKHARI Vol #7, Hadith #5185]

Activities in the centre

  • Nikah performed
  • Funeral services
  • Collection of clothes for charity - please bring clothes fit for purpose
  • Daily hadith circle after every prayer (home listeners as well)
  • Free of charge Arabic classes
  • After school Madrassah for boys and girls Mon-Fri at 5pm - 7pm
  • Weekend Madrassah on Saturday at 9.45am - 1.45pm
  • Tazkia classes for both men and women every friday at 7pm
  • Ladies classes to learn tajweed and tafseer at 6pm - 8pm
  • Classes for both men and women reverts every Friday

About Us

  • We are located at 1A Mawson Rd, Cambridge CB1 2DZ
  • The masjid is open for 5 daily prayers, madressah, friday prayers and eid prayers. The mosque opens 30mins before fajr prayer, closes 30mins after fajr prayer, reopens at 11am and finally closes 30mins after isha.
    There is also a separate section for ladies prayer.

General Announcements

  • Download 2020 Prayer timetable
  • Abu bakr mosque june 2018 newsletter.
  • The mosque is open for visits. Use the Mosque Visit page to book a visit.
  • Abu Bakr mosque will still be open as usual for all daily prayers and activities even when the new mosque on mill road is operational
  • If you have any questions, comments or suggestions for the centre, please use the Contact Us page.

Hadith Of The Day

Saying of the Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.:

Narrated Anas bin Mālik (RA): Allah's Messenger (PBUH) never proceeded for Salat on the Day of Eid Al-Fitr unless he had eaten some dates. Anas also narrated: The Prophet (PBUH) used to eat odd no. of dates