About Darus Salam

Darus Salaam – Mosque, Madrasa & Welfare Centre was founded in 1994 by members of the local community, who aimed to provide educational facilities for the Muslim community within the vicinity. A daily Jamaat is lead by the Imaam for the purpose of the five times daily prayers during the course of the day. We believe that our primary role is to serve the needs of the local community and to work towards the common good.
Darus Salaam – Mosque, Madrasa & Welfare Centre works actively to promote tolerance and understanding. Since the Mosque’s erection, it has become a focal point for the Muslim community. Over the years, Muslims have used the Mosque for events, meetings, lectures, studies and community and educational purposes. As time has passed, many new innovations have been made as to how the Mosque is democratically run using Islamic teachings as the basis for equal representation of all members of the community. Thus, regular meetings, annual selection and equal opportunities have meant that the running of Darus Salaam – Mosque, Madrasa & Welfare Centre has been as efficient as possible over the decades.

Darus Salaam

  • A daily Jamaat is lead by the Imaam for the purpose of the five times daily prayers during the course of the day. We believe that our primary role is to serve the needs of the local community and to work towards the common good.
  • One of our main areas of focus is weekday and weekend classes for children aged 5 upwards. We aim to empower our children to become valuable contributors to society by equipping them with a firm grounding in Islam. They are taught a range of subjects such as Quran recitation, Hifzul Quran, part time Alim/Alimah course.
  • Darus Salaam – Mosque, Madrasa & Welfare Centre works actively to promote tolerance and understanding. Since the Mosque’s erection, it has become a focal point for the Muslim community. Over the years, Muslims have used the Mosque for events, meetings, lectures, studies and community and educational purposes. As time has passed, many new innovations have been made as to how the Mosque is democratically run using Islamic teachings as the basis for equal representation of all members of the community. Thus, regular meetings, annual selection and equal opportunities have meant that the running of Darus Salaam – Mosque, Madrasa & Welfare Centre has been as efficient as possible over the decades.

Mosque Services

Evening Hifz Class

Memorizing Qur'an simply means learning Qur'an by heart. At the time of Prophet (peace be upon him), writing was an uncommon style of storing matters; thus, memorization and oral transmission were the most effective modes of preserving information. This course is designed for those who want to memorize the holy Qur'an.

Evening Madrasa

By attending Madrasa on a regular basis, children are taught how to read the Holy Qur'an at an early age so that they develop love for it when they are older. Such children also receive the basic guidance to be a good Muslim. This includes the basics of cleanliness, good morals, good manners and basic knowledge relating to beliefs.

Tafsirul Qur'an Series for Brothers

Qur'an is the word of Allah Almighty, therefore, in order to understand it in the true sense, a person has to sharpen his or her intellectual ability as well as increase the knowledge.

Tafsirul Qur'an for Sisters

Qur'an is the word of Allah Almighty, therefore, in order to understand it in the true sense, a person has to sharpen his or her intellectual ability as well as increase the knowledge.