About Harrow Central Mosque
The mosque was established in 1980 and from 1985 occupied a converted house on Station Road, Harrow. It later expanded to occupy the house next door but in this form it was still far too small to service Harrow’s Muslim community. As a result a new mosque has been built adjacent to the old mosque and was occupied in December 2011. The vision for the new building project is to provide a purpose-built mosque that will serve the needs of Muslims within Harrow and further afield.
Once completed the mosque will not just be a place of worship. It will be an educational centre and community focal point for Muslims and non-Muslims alike.
The Executive Committee
Irfan Hussain (Chairman)
Mohammed Rizwan Mirza (General Secretary)
Azmat Ali (Treasurer)
Harrow Central Mosque welcome the newly elected Executive Committee in to office.