We continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation in Tower Hamlets and more widely in London. We are pleased to see there has been some improvement, but will wait for levels to come down further before re-opening the Mosque for prayers.

Vaccination at ELM

in partnership with AT Medics

This Saturday 6 Februay, our local GPs from Whitechapel Health Centre will be offering the Oxford AstraZeneca Covid vaccination at the London Muslim Centre, from 1pm to 4pm.

If you are 70 or over and have not had a Covid vaccination already, *please call 020 7364 3030 to book an appointment*. This service is for men and women.

The Covid vaccination is the best protection for you and your family. Please take this important opportunity to get the vaccination if you are 70 or over.


Staying in contact with loved ones in hospital

The Royal London Hospital has launched a new and improved family contact centre, to offer increased support to families who have a loved one in hospital.  The centre is expanding to cover all wards across the hospital, with a larger multi-disciplinary team including clinical leads and chaplains, and a central phone line and email contact. 

The family contact centre will be a key point of contact for families, to help ensure they are supported and updated about their relatives’ condition and wellbeing. 

The centre can speak with the clinical team about concerns and questions, help arrange end of life visits, language support, dropping off items and food, spiritual and religious support, booking virtual visits and sending photos and messages to loved ones.

The Family Contact Centre aims to provide proactive updates to families every 48 hours, but a named contact person or next of kin can also get in contact with the team.

  • Email [email protected](please provide the patient’s name, DOB, MRN if available and your contact number)
  • Phone 0203 594 2040 (the phone line is open 9am to 5pm, proactive updates will be provided between 2pm-5pm)
  • Open 7 days a week.

Please visit the Barts NHS Trust website for full details.


Available services

The Mosque is still offering the following services:

  1. Imam surgeries – available between 12–4pm everyday
    Please call 020 7650 3000 or email [email protected]
  1. Food parcel deliveries
    Please call 020 7650 3000 or email [email protected]
  1. Women’s counselling and advice
    Please request by calling 020 7650 3022 or fill in a referral form on our website
  1. Will Writing Service
    Contact us at [email protected] for your free consultation today or simply fill in this online enquiry form.


Women’s events

Maryam Centre Women’s Committee presents: Soul Sisters’ Conversations

A series of digital conversations with female converts to engage them on a better understanding of issues new Muslimahs face when they come into Islam.

These sessions explore the expectations they have and the barriers and misconceptions the Muslim community have when welcoming them to spaces of worship and integrating them into community.

Register by emailing your interest to [email protected]


This year, the Muslim Women’s Collective will celebrate women’s contributions made during the difficult global pandemic and the immense resilience shown to help others and the community. Please note, this event will take place virtually over Zoom on 6 March 2021.

If you wish to register for the event, please sign up here using the online form.


Hadith of the Week

Anas ibn Maalik reported: The Prophet ﷺ said,

“Real patience is at the first stroke of a calamity."