Over the years the UKIM has enhanced its engagement with people of other faiths, including the holding of inter-faith events in the mosques. Our Imams also visit hospitals and prisons to cater for the religious needs of the patients and inmates. In addition to its own charity work, the UKIM raises funds to support the work of mainstream charities.
Who are the beneficiaries
The key beneficiaries of this wide ranging work are primarily the members of the Muslim community (men, women and children), local schools, hospitals, prisons, local authorities, charities, and the general public. The UKIMs European Islamic Centre (EIC), based in Oldham, provides more advanced level studies in Islam for those who aspire to become Islamic scholars.
What do we promote
UKIM promotes and encourages mutual appreciation and friendly relations between Muslims and non-Muslims. Through its work, it aspires to see all citizens, irrespective of their colour, background, ethnicity, economic class and political affiliation, to live in dignity and peace with each other. This is because Islam aims to break the shackles that disunite human beings and restores dignity for all people. This was the mission of all the messengers of God and this is the mission that UKIM is delivering to the best of its ability and resources.
We pray that Allah subhanahu wa taala accepts our humble services for humanity and bless the sincere and dedicated efforts and sacrifices of our members, associates and friends throughout the UK and overseas.