In The Name Of Allah The Beneficent The Merciful
The name of the religion is Islam, which comes from an Arabic root word meaning "peace" and "submission." Islam teaches that one can only find peace in one's life by submitting to Almighty God (Allah) in heart, soul and deed. The same Arabic root word gives us "Salaam Alaykum," ("Peace be with you"). Muslims believe that since Allah alone is the Creator, it is He alone that deserves our devout love and worship. Islam holds to a strict monotheism. Any worship and prayers directed at saints, prophets, other human beings or nature is considered idolatry.
Serving the Community In the Heart of Peckham.
Provide the opportunity to learn and understand Islam, through dialogue, discussion and social integration.
In the community, we endeavor to: 1- Live by the teachings of the Quran & the ‘Messengers’ sayings & actions; 2- Demonstrate selflessness, integrity, truthfulness, forgiveness, humility& modesty; 3- Treat each other and all people with respect, fairness and justice; 4- Continually acquire knowledge, learn and improve ourselves and help others to do the same; 5- Take responsibility, work as a team, build relationships and partnerships based on doing the right thing; 6- Have energy, enthusiasm, and the courage to lead; 7- Be accountable to each other, continually remember death, and fearing final accountability to Allah; 8- Help combat anti-social beahaviour and crime.
A- Ensure helps and services are open to all community members and residents while focusing on the needs of the diverse Muslim community. B- Promote the wellbeing of the community, their education and lifesaving opportunities. C- Strive to meet the needs of the residents and non-resident Muslims. D- Provide Muslims and non-Muslims with the opportunity to learn and understand Islam, through dialogue, discussion and social interaction. E- Ensure active participation in the spiritual, cultural respect, social and economic enhancement of the community through policy and strategy development and service. F- Empower women in the community according to the tenet of Quran and the teaching of Messenger SAW.
What do we do
- The Peckham High Street Islamic and Cultural Centre is open for all of the five daily prayers. During the daytime the prayer halls can be used for reading the Qur'an and quiet contemplation. It can accommodate over 150 people, including space dedicated just for women. During busy times, such as Friday prayer, Eid prayer and the Tarawih prayers in Ramadan, an additional 200 people can be accommodated outside the mosque in Bulyard Close and also around the mosque buildings, with audio coming directly from the mosque.
- Muslims turn to the mosque for help and advice in all matters of their day–to–day life. The Imams at The Peckham High Street Islamic and Cultural Centre has been trained to counsel on the many concerns of the community such as bereavement, cultural challenges, generational issues and matrimonial problems.
- Regular programmes include After School Arabic and Islamic learning classes on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 5-7pm and Saturday from 11am to 5pm, French classes are held at the Peckham High Street Islamic and Cultural Centre every Sunday from 11am to 1pm. This programme is for children from the age of 8 to the age 16. There is also similar programme for women and men. Please call the centre for more information.
- The Peckham High Street Islamic and Cultural Centre holds family life as the building block of a successful society, and marriage is the key to a successful and fruiteful family life. The Peckham High Street Islamic and Cultural Centre facilitates the solemnisation of an Islamic contract of marriage. The newly-married couple is provided with an official 'Nikah' certificate to show they have been married according to Islamic Law.
- The PHSICC is working in partnership with the local Women association to help them and empower them in matters that are of greater concern to them and equip them with tools that can help them in their daily life such as the job search skills and how to overcome domestic violence. An experienced and professional female counsellor holds counselling sessions once a week, to help female members of the community constructively cope with any difficulties they might Face
- Young Muslim One Stop Shop is a programme to assist young children. It help them keep away from street crims and occupy them with activities that can help them in their daily life. We work with a lot of local organistions that are involved in the same programme and also with the local authorities such as the the council and the police.
- We invite local volunteer solicitors to provide Once a month, free surgery to help those who might need professional legal advice but perhaps could not afford the consultation fees.
- The PHSICC Football Club was in the summer 2016. We organize many activities and days out for local Muslim children. We also play in the Madrassa league between after school groups in the borough.
- Also, the Saturday Afternoon Tafseer in Malinke is held every weekend from 6.30-8pm which is open to all men and women.
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Thursday, 25th April, 2019
20th Shaaban, 1440