As-Salamu Alaikum - Peace Be Upon You

The Mosque is open for congregational prayers but with some restrictions! 

The Mosque is open for the 5 daily prayers and Jumu’ah but with the following restrictions:

  • Facilities for brothers only and children under the age of 12 are currently not permitted
  • Attend the prayers with wudhu, prayer mat, face mask and plastic bag for your shoes
  • Social distancing maintained during prayers

Jumu’ah – (no booking)

There will be two jamats at Wimbledon Mosque. The times below are the approximate times of the start of the Arabic khutbah.

  • First Jamat – 12:45pm
  • Second Jamat – 1:30pm
  • Please avoid arriving early and aim to arrive no more than 15 minutes before the Jamat start time
  • Jamats will start promptly InshaAllah

I’sha Jamat Changes

Please continue to follow the prayer timetable but noting that the time for I’sha jamats during the weekends have changed (Saturday and Sunday) to 6:30pm.

Prayer Times

8th March 2021
Asr Jamat

4:45 pm

4:00 Minutes
Prayer Begins Jamat
Fajr4:57 am 5:45 am
Sunrise6:32 am
Zuhr12:17 pm 1:00 pm
Asr3:57 pm 4:45 pm
Maghrib5:56 pm 5:56 pm
Isha7:16 pm 8:00 pm

Who are we?

Your Mosque


The Mosque is the first mainstream purpose built Mosque in South London and one of the first purpose built Mosques in London. The Mosque holds many community orientated events for Muslims and non-Muslims…

Who we are

ornament1Wimbledon Mosque is located in the UK and is a place of worship for the Muslims living in Wimbledon and the surrounding areas. The Mosque sits at the heart of the community..

What we do


The Mosque currently accommodates for up to 600+ worshippers across three floors and during peak seasons also makes available the outdoor car parking space as additional prayer facilities.

Our history


Wimbledon Mosque was established on 25th June 1976 (26 Jamadi Thani 1396 AH) as one of the first  purpose built Mosques in London and the first mainstream purpose built Mosque in South London…

Upcoming Events

What's new?