Assalamu alaykum!

Kickstart your health and fitness with the class that brings you:

Exercises for all abilities
Learning & education
Nutritional advice and guidance

With a fully qualified level 4 strength and conditioning coach with over 14 years experience in the industry!


Every Sunday @ 1.30pm


Kingston Mosque: 55 East Rd, Kingston upon Thames KT2 6EJ

Contact Details:

Sabah Hamed
Telephone: +44 7768 160023

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Kingston Mosque Update

Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

We hope this finds you in the best state of health and Imaan.

During the last few months of the previous board’s tenure, they had to deal with several disruptive and intimidatory actions orchestrated by a small select group of our congregants. These were of varying levels of seriousness and included an attempt to take control of the masjid premises by looking to change the locks and a serious physical assault on an elderly member of staff.

The assault resulted in a criminal conviction for the individual concerned. This was appealed in the Crown court but the sentence was upheld and the litigant was given a 2 year suspended custodial sentence. In addition, for the protection of the staff who was assaulted and harassed, the Board took out an interim injunction against two individuals, one of whom has the suspended sentence awarded. The 2 individuals applied to the court, to strike out the injunction on various grounds including misuse of public funds.

The court rejected the strike out application and awarded costs to the KMA Board who are in the process of recovering the costs from the defendants. At the strike out hearing the presiding judge instructed that both parties mediate to resolve the matter and share equally, the costs of the mediation.

The Board for their part are keen to mediate on a basis whereby our staff are protected from any form of abuse and our property is protected from damage. Should there not be satisfactory resolution, the matter would be adjudicated upon in the Crown Court.

Our legal representatives are in the process of finding an independent, and ideally pro bono, mediator that has no past or current connection with the mosque or the Kingston Muslim Community.

The Board of Trustees would like to emphasise that, as a Board, we take our Duty of care to all staff, congregants and visitors, very seriously. We will do whatever necessary to protect, primarily, our staff and others who fall under our Duty of care, from any form of intimidation or abuse, from any quarter. Also, as custodians of the properties owned by our charity, we will take strong action against anyone who engages in, directly or indirectly, causing willful damage to them.

KMA Board

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Assalamu alaykum wa rahmatullah,

Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji’un (إِنَّا ِلِلَّٰهِ وَإِنَّا إِلَيْهِ رَاجِعُونَ)

The KMA board would like to express their deepest, heartfelt sympathies for the victims of the recent disasters in Morocco and Libya. Our sincere prayers go out to them and we pray that Allah eases their pain and alleviates their hardships. Also we would like to offer our condolences to those in our community whose relatives have been impacted by these tragedies. May Allah grant you all ease and aafiyah and may He grant you sabr. Aameen.

Donations accepted direct to the following account:

Acc name: Kingston Muslim Association (KMA)
Bank – Natwest
Sort Code – 60 60 02
Acc No – 43276156
Ref: Disaster Appeal

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Assalamu alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu,

Eid al-Adha will be celebrated on Wednesday 28th June 2023 in’sha allah.

First Eid prayer will be held at Kingston Mosque at 6:30am and a second one at 7:30am.

The main prayer will be at 10:45am, led by Dr Sulayman Van Ael and held at:

Raynes Park Sports Ground
Taunton Avenue
(Off West Barnes Lane)
West Wimbledon
SW20 0BH


Eid Mubarak from everyone at KMA.

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Assalamu alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu,

The Shawwal new moon has been sighted. Eid ul-Fitr will be celebrated on Friday 21st April 2023 in’sha allah.

Due to the rain forecast for tomorrow morning, Eid prayers will now be held at Kingston Mosque with jamats taking place at the following times:

  • 06:30am – Sh Mustafidh Gani
  • 07:30am – Imam Abdesamad Abdellaoui
  • 08:30am – Mawlana Muzamel
  • 09:30am – Mufti Anwar
  • 10:30am – Dr Sohail Hanif

The Family Fun Day arrangements at Kingsmeadow will still go ahead. The stalls and funfair rides will be open for everyone to enjoy from 10am onwards.

We encourage everyone to visit Kingsmeadow after their Eid prayers and to make the most of the exclusive Eid festivities.

Eid Mubarak from everyone at KMA.

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 Assalamu alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu,

Eid ul-Fitr this year is expected to fall on either Friday 21st April or Saturday 22nd April. Confirmation of which day Eid will be celebrated will be posted here on Thursday 20th April. 

If Eid falls on Friday, there will be 2 Eid prayer jamats: 

  – 06:30am at Kingston Mosque

  – 10:45am at Kings meadow Stadium

Kingston Mosque Address

Kingsmeadow Stadium Address

Additionally, if Eid is on Friday 21st April, there will be 2 Jumma prayer jamats:

  • 1:30pm Kingsmeadow stadium
  • 2pm Kingston Mosque

If Eid falls on Saturday, we will hold five Eid jamats all at Kingston Mosque. The time of each jamat is as follows:

  • 06:30am
  • 07:30am
  • 08:30am
  • 09:30am
  • 10:30am

In the event of inclement weather on Friday 21st April, we will switch the Eid prayer schedule to the backup plan of 5 jamats at Kingston Mosque as shown above for the Saturday eventuality. 

Please note 

  • irrespective of which schedule we follow, each jamat will start promptly as listed. Please arrive in plenty of time bearing in mind traffic conditions and parking restrictions. 
  • For Kingsmeadow Stadium, please bring your own prayer mats and folding chair/ stool if needed. 

Stay tuned for updates and final arrangements on Thursday 20th April.

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