Baitul Futuh Mosque

Baitul Futuh Mosque, Morden

Baitul Futuh Mosque
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12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Monday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Tuesday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Wednesday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Thursday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Friday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Saturday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Sunday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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mazzabrookfield
Gran Canaria, Spain8 contributions
Fantastic
May 2021 • Family
We were incredibly privileged to visit and be welcomed into the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mosque and community today. “Love For All Hatred For None” is their motto. They were soooo kind, friendly and incredibly welcoming. Inviting us back anytime. They even made us a two course lunch - the whole educational tour (rang and booked on that day) and meal was free. An amazing community and place to visit and would definitely recommend it. Their community is of peace, yet suffers persecution. Eating a meal with a member of the community also allowed us to learn so much more about personal stories and the persecution suffered by this community and his family.
Written May 29, 2021
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Vapekkraft
8 contributions
Peaceful
Oct 2019 • Solo
A place of worship the way it should be. Very well maintained and run although the renovation is underway but the staff make every effort for the worshippers not to feel any discomfort.
Written October 20, 2019
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iatetheplate
592 contributions
More community Centre than mosque
Nov 2018 • Family
This is a place not only for worship but for community gatherings and even fitness with a fully equipped women’s gym available on site. Tube station is 3 minutes walk with multiple regular bus routes available. Men and women’s prayer area included.
Written November 21, 2018
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Welcome! If you want to find a peaceful place, come here!
Mar 2018 • Family
As an Ahmadi Muslim, I used to come here every Friday for special prayers. Now that I live far away from Surrey, I am missing this place awfully, since it brings so much memories. The mosque consists of clean, properly proportioned rooms such as prayer halls, bookstores, offices, washrooms and meeting halls. No mosque could get better, since it lives by the motto "Love for All, Hatred For None". Being part of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is special and we especially live by this motto. Ahmadis are peace-loving Muslims which support various charities worldwide, arrange peace symposiums and meetings with other people around the world, and most importantly, preach TRUE ISLAM - the message of peace.
Nowadays, Islam is taken as a violent and hateful religion, but that is totally wrong. For you Muslims out there, don't worry, since the Ahmadi Muslims are already working hard to prevent hatred and promote peace!
Written March 19, 2018
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AlJuliet
8 contributions
Extremely holy and peaceful place- Must visit
Mar 2017 • Family
Being the biggest mosque in the UK, it is very beautiful in its structure and a must visit place. Very peaceful and holy surrounding with lovely and welcoming staff. The Ahmadiyya community which occupies this mosque depicts a peace loving picture of Islam and ensures that the true Jihad in this era involves no violence of any kind and the promotion and protection of one's objectives and beliefs should take place with the right of free expression and freedom of speech rather than by oppressing; hurting and/ or killing the lives of innocent individuals. Hence their slogan: "Love for all, Hatred for none" has become a voice of every heart living in this area and has been widely acknowledged across many nations.

Visiting this mosque gives a great deal of insight and a chance of spiritual and moral reformation.
This is a must visit place.
Written March 28, 2017
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khalid h
1 contribution
Mosque
Feb 2017 • Family
Not only the biggest mosque in Western Europe but also the most magnificent. Most welcoming for people of all faiths, believers in religious harmony with a moto "Love For All Hatred For None" They truly live by their Moto.
Written February 28, 2017
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Tariq B
85 contributions
That's "That's what a mosque should be...so peaceful "
Jun 2016 • Family
'Love for All , Hatred for None' is the motto & slogan written on the entrance to this impressive complex called Baitul Futuh Mosque.Built in 2003, it was included in the top 50 buildings of the world from the architecture point of view. The complex, houses, not only the biggest mosque in Europe but also offices, multiple multipurpose halls, which are accessible by surrounding communities, a Free Homoeopathic dispensary, a 24 hour running TV channel free to watch on Sky channel 787,Voice of Islam radio, a multi media Library & an exhibition. If you want to observe or say your Friday prayers, the sermon is delivered by the Supreme Head of the community & is broadcast live from here , through out the world. You can't miss the place on London Road, Morden. The administration is always welcoming & you can go individually or in a group by arranging with them. The prayer halls has the equal capacity for men & women, which are at different levels. It has good access to public transport, & parking is available at the rear.
If you have never had the courage to go into a mosque, this is the one for you & if you have been,this might be a different experience here.
Written June 3, 2016
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Anjee
United Kingdom15 contributions
Wonderful mosque
Jun 2015 • Business
Very interesting visit. Took a group of SEBD boys on a class trip and we couldn't have been more welcomed. Fabulous building and wonderful people. Very patient with some silly behaviour from our boys. Would highly recommend a visit.
Written May 11, 2016
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Michelle C
Sutton, UK236 contributions
Wow
As one of the largest mosques in Europe you couldn't expect anything more. A tour is definitely a must do and just security when you enter. Avoid Fridays as that's there busiest day. The people are so hospitable and friendly. They do alot for their local community. For those who would like an insight into the Muslim culture this is the place to go. good transport links. Near to Morden South train station ot Morden Tude station.
Written March 29, 2015
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Muffingg
London, UK605 contributions
Really amazing mosque! Must see when in Morden
May 2014 • Solo
Being one of the largest mosques in Europe and the largest in Western Europe at the time it was built, it is definitely worth a visit. Make sure to visit during any day except Friday to avoid the rush as it can get extremely busy (and I mean EXTREMELY) if you go on a Friday, especially during school holidays. Just see the cabin at the entrance on the left and ask them for a tour and any information you may need. They're always happy to help.

Living in London I've been there several times and also shown others around and I have to say that it never fails to amaze me visually. The best location for photography is from the car park at the back. In fact the third photo (and the main photo on Wikipedia) was one I took back in 2007.

Overall really stunning and amazing interiors as well as exteriors with extremely friendly staff to answer any questions and occasionally even give you a tour. A must see in Morden.
Written May 22, 2014
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Baitul Futuh Mosque is open:
  • Sun - Sat 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM