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MUSALLA AS SALAAM
 

Musalla as Salaam is the local mosque for muslims who work or live in clackmannanshire. This includes Alloa and all its surrounding villages.

The Musalla was established in 2003 by local Muslims to provide a place of prayer, worship and education. Although this prayer room had been used for a number of years for this purpose it was 2003 before it was made into a public building.

Since Ramadan 2003 the Musalla as Salaam has been used for Prayers, Jummah, Quranic Studies, Islamic Studies...

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MOSQUE
 

Alloa Community: Alloa is a part of the wider Muslim community of Central Scotland. The Alloa community has and involved in all affairs of the Central scotland Islamic Centre and to a lesser extent the Falkirk Islamic centre. This is the case from the very inception of both centres and is also the case vise versa.

Unity: What unites all three centres is the fact that we all share the same objectives and out hearts beat to the rhythm of Lailah illallah... All the Muslims of Central Scotland had one centre in Stirling. over time as the communities grew, other centres were established and the services offered have also improved and increased.

Musalla: Alloa has two Musalla at this moment in time, and has had so for a number of years. The main aspect of a Musallah is to provide a prayer for the local Muslims, if there are no mosques nearby.

The Musalla is primarily a place for prayer and worship. It also serves the purpose of a center for religious study, as is the case of all Masjids/Mosques/Musalla.

Musalla As-Salaam: The Musalla as-salaam is on Whins Road in Alloa. For the past three years Muslims have been praying in this building on a regular basis. The Muslims were those who worked nearby, local Muslims who drop in when its time for prayers and thirdly, Muslims who may be working in alloa, example delivery drivers, who pop in when its time for prayer.

Official Musalla: It was decided in March 2003 that the centre should be expanded for two main reasons. Firstly, a local base in Alloa was required that was open to the public for all five prayers. Secondly, a local base in Alloa was needed to teach Children, previously traveling to Falkirk and Stirling.

Construction: Planning permission was applied for and received. The centre is in the process of getting prepared for Ramadan. Additional toilets and wudhu area is getting prepared as well as a number of partitioning walls to separate it from the rest of the building on Whins Road.

May Allah provide success to this project

The view from the top stairs of the Musalla The entrance at Whins road Steps leading to the Musalla
Main Prayer hall Bookshelves and the Mimbar To the right of the Mimbar
The 'office' Full view of the Musalla from the very back of the hall The Mimbar from which the Imam delivers the sermon on Jumma
The Imam's Musalla where he leads the prayers The Back of the Musalla Back view of the Musallah after sunrise
The men's Wudhu area The Mens toilets next to the Wudhu area The ladies Wudhu area and toilets
The Original Musalla (prayer mat) in the Study room The main study room Another View of Study room
Kids view of their classroom
TIMETABLE
Class times
Class times

Weekly classes for the study of the Holy Quran (Tajweed), memorization, duas and Salah.

Mon til Fri:
5pm til 6.30pm

Children's Islamic Classes Sunday:
11am -1.pm
Women's Classes SOON
Dars - Quran Tafseer and Tajweed Classes (ladies and gents)

 Friday:
8.30 til 9.30

Tajweed Classes Daily after Fajr

Islamic classes for the Young Adults
Quran, Hadeeth, Fiqh and Tajweed

Tuesday: 8.30pm


The Alloa Musalla can be contact at the following address

 

Musalla As-Salaam

97 whins road
Alloa
Scotland
FK10 3RF
Tel: 01259 724623

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