Mosques

This page details all the mosques in Rochdale.

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Mosque Details
Al-Furqan Masjid This Masjid is located on Philip Street, Rochdale, OL11 1NY. Telephone – 01706 523370.
Al-Amin Jame Masjid The Al-Amin Jame Mosque was established in 1986 to serve the needs of primarily the Bangladeshi Muslims of Rochdale. It started as “Al-Amin Islamic Religious Teaching Centre” and was the 2nd Mosque in the area. The Mosque was later renamed “Al-Amin Jame Mosque” after being granted permission to use it as a masjid.
This Masjid is located on Corbett Street, Rochdale, OL16 2EX. Telephone – 01706 642911.
Al-Quba Masjid This Masjid is located on Copenhagen Street, Wardleworth, Rochdale, Lancashire, OL16 2HD.
Bilal Jamia Masjid For many years, the Muslims of Rochdale have wished for a purpose built masjid; where they can pray and give children the chance to learn about their Islamic culture and way of life.
With the help of Allah, on December 12th 1998, the foundation for such a holy place was laid down.
This Masjid is located on Bulwer Street, Rochdale, Lancashire, OL16 2EU. Telephone – 01706 861853.
Darul Munawwar Ghamgolia Sharif This Masjid is located on Crawford Street, Rochdale, OL16 5RS. Telephone – 07896 465183.
Darul Munawwar Ghamgolia Sharif This Masjid is located on Derby Street, Rochdale, OL16 5RS. Telephone – 01706 661811.
Golden Masjid Golden Mosque was the first mosque in Rochdale.
The mosque itself has got three floors. On the Ground floor there is a large Main Hall for prayers which can easily accommodate around 500 worshippers at any one time. In addition there is a Balcony to accommodate an additional 200 worshippers. In the lower ground floor there is a multi purpose hall, which can be used for prayers, classes, refreshments and even a youth club. The building has been equiped with all the essential digital gadgets, such as projectors and project screens, TVs, Wifi, a live video feed and a large LCD screen.
The mosque also boasts unique wudu facilities on all three floors, an industrial kitchen, a purpose built computer room, car parking on ground floor and underground car parking.
Golden Mosque was the first mosque established in Rochdale. Since the 1960’s, Golden Mosque has remained in the Spotland area and continues to provide the Muslim community of Rochdale with all their Islamic needs, from daily prayers, Islamic lectures and classes to funerals.
This Masjid is located on Lower Sheriff Street, Rochdale, OL12 6TG. Telephone – 01706 123 456.
Jamia Haidria Masjid This Masjid is located on Mitchell Street, Rochdale, OL12 6SF. Telephone – 07831 257860.
Jamia Haroonia Masjid Jamia Haroonia Islamic Centre was established in 1998 and was originally only opened up for Quranic/Islamic teaching purposes. The centre later developed and since 2005 the centre has become a Jamia Masjid having services such as 5 daily prayers, Friday/Jummah prayer, Taraaweeh prayers and Eid prayers.
This Masjid is located on Deeplish Road, Rochdale, OL11 1PQ. Telephone – 01706 759349.
Central Masjid Rochdale Central Mosque Rochdale (CMR) formerly known as Idara Taleem-ul-Islam was set up in 1974 by the local Muslim Community to address the growing religious, social, cultural and recreational needs of the newly settled Muslims in and around the Borough of Rochdale. An old church building on William Street was purchased for £20,000. With the help of donations from the local community the building was adapted to function as a mosque. The new mosque held congregational prayer five times a day as well as Jumma (Friday prayers) and Eid prayers. The mosque also provided after school classes in Holy Qur’an, Arabic and Urdu.
Since its inception, the mosque has continued to meet the religious, cultural, social and educational needs of the local community.
As the Muslim community grew over the years, it became virtually impossible for the old church building to accommodate the ever growing needs. The whole of the building was full from the basement to the attic for the Jummah prayer on Fridays often spilling into the yard causing great inconvenience. The situation was very similar with the boys and girls classes as the numbers grew every year.
It was clear that something needed to be done to ensure meet the needs of the congregation. After careful consideration of all options, the management committee decided to build a new purpose built Mosque as the structure of the current building was far too weak for refurbishment and extension. For this a large one acre site across the road was bought in January 1996 from Rochdale MBC for the sum of £150,000. And so the construction of the magnificent new Central Mosque began in December 1996.
The ultimate plan was to establish an Islamic Centre (a one stop shop) that would provide a beautiful new Mosque, a large Community Centre for various community functions and a learning facility for Muslim Girls and Boys all from one site.
This Masjid is located on Mere Street, Rochdale, OL11 1HJ. Telephone – 01706 645135.
Jalalia Jamé Masjid Jalalia Jamé Mosque was established in 1971, it was then rebuilt in 1979 and opened to the public in early 80’s. The mosque is situated in the heart of central Rochdale in the large Muslim community of Wardleworth.
Jalalia Jamé Mosque is divided into three areas consisting of two large prayer rooms used for daily prayers, educational activities for youngsters and other similar activities during the week. A third area consists of a small office which is used for administration purposes. Jalalia Jamé Mosque can accommodate up to 1500 worshippers and on the special days of Eid, there is usually a second prayer service to accommodate the needs of the local community.
This Masjid is located on Trafalgar Street, Rochdale, OL16 2EB. Telephone – 01706 646822.
Neeli Masjid Neeli Masjid first opened its doors in 1967 to cater for the growing Muslim community in Rochdale.
This Masjid is located on Hare Street, Rochdale, OL11 1JL. Telephone – 01706 648094.
Jamia Masjid Chashtiah Jamia Masjid Chashtiah are a forward thinking, innovative and cutting edge institution with their roots firmly embedded in the traditions of the past.
The Light of Islam Academy is the educational arm of Jamia Chashtiah Masjid which is run under the auspices of the Chashtiah Educational Trust a registered charity (1055167) with the Charity Commission of the UK.
Programmes like the Nasheed Factor and The Atfaal Creche have ensured that they are under constant pressure to expand. Hence they are in a constant state of progression. Static stillness is contrary to their philosophy and contrary to positive change.
They have an integrated approach to education and rely on the triangular partnership between teacher, pupil and parent.
This Masjid is located on Milkstone Road, Rochdale, OL11 1EB. Telephone – 01706 650487.
Jamia Ghausia Masjid This Masjid is located on Albion Road, Rochdale, OL11 4HQ.
Madina Masjid The history behind Madina Masjid goes back to the late 1970’s when it established a madrassa on Milnrow Road. As the community grew and the need for a local Masjid it was decided to move to bigger location in 1998.
This Masjid is located on Church Road, Rochdale, OL16 5PU. Telephone – 01706 656911.
Misbahul Uloom Urdu Centre This Masjid is located on Morley Street, Rochdale, OL16 2LG.
Darul Ilm This Masjid is located on Merefield Street, Rochdale, OL11 3RZ. Telephone – 01706 645135.
Faizan-e-Madina This Masjid is located on Foxholes Road, Rochdale, OL12 0ED. Telephone – 01706 715760.
Faizan-e-Jamal-e-Mustafa Masjid This Masjid is located on Milkstone Road, Rochdale, OL11 1XN.
Mostapha Islamic Centre This centre is located on Fishwick Street, Rochdale, OL16 5NA. Telephone – 078955103731.