Above is a map of where you can find the prayer room. It’s on Parks road (in the Robert Hooke building) next to the Museum of Natural History.
During term time, we offer two Jumu’ah Khutbas every week, the first one at 13:10 aiming to finish by 13:40 and the second at 13:50 aiming to finish by 14:20. Everyone is reminded to come in good time in order to avoid coming late and disturbing others. [Up-to-date until April 2017]
Afterwards, join us for a bite of food and some post-Jumu’ah socialising. This is a great opportunity to catch-up with friends and meet new sisters and brothers. We hope to see you there Insh’Allah!
Below are details of other mosques around Oxford:
Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies Mosque
Marston Road, OX3 0EE
The OCIS Mosque has been newly built and opened in March 2016 for congregational as well as Jumu’ah prayers. The beautiful building blends the architectural features of the traditional Oxford colleges with the forms and styles of the classical period of Islam and is definitely worth a visit.
Central Oxford Masjid / Islamic Cultural Centre
Asian Cultural Centre, Manzil Way, OX4 1DJ
This is the largest mosque in Oxford, situated on Manzil Way, just off Cowley Road. A popular choice for out-of-term Jumu’ah prayers and (if during term time) Eid prayers. Probably the furthest mosque from the centre, approximately 25 minute walk/5-10 minute cycle.
2 Stanley Road, Cowley, OX4 1DJ
A medium sized mosque on Stanley Road, just off Iffley Road. Another popular choice for Jumu’ah and Eid prayers, but a similar distance from the centre of Oxford to the Central Mosque.
Bangladesh Islamic Education Centre and Mosque
57 Cowley Road, Manzil Way, OX4 1DJ
A very small (but conveniently located) mosque on Tyndale Road, just off Cowley Road. Takes approximately 10 minutes to walk, 5 minutes or less to cycle. A popular choice for evening prayers due to the close proximity to Cowley Road (see Food section!).
Ahlul Bayt Mosque
1 Oxford Road (between Cowley Rd & Cowley centre), OX4 2EN
A recently established Shi’a mosque built in 2013, 10-15 min from the city centre by bike or bus, or a 15 min walk from Cowley. The mosque organises regular programmes in English and Urdu. Jumu’ah, daily Maghrabain prayers and other prayers throughout the week are timetabled on their website.