Masjids have been integral to Islam since its inception. Much like the Prophet (ﷺ) contributed to the construction of the first mosque in Medina, you too can play a part in providing a mosque to those who have not experienced the unity of congregational prayer. Join us in constructing a mosque for a needy community within your ummah.
At Albaraka Welfare Trust, we understand that personal and spiritual growth is fundamental to societal progress. In the many villages where we operate, mosques play a pivotal role in fostering personal and spiritual development. These mosques also function as community hubs and centers of learning.
Mosques serve as places where people come together for worship, solace, and support. They are where children receive religious education and learn to read. Mosques are at the heart of every community, providing a space for congregational prayers and Friday sermons. Beyond prayers, mosques offer opportunities for information, education, and meetings.
Faith plays a crucial role in shaping individuals’ beliefs, attitudes, and actions, serving as the bedrock of daily life. It unites people, provides strength, instills hope, and promotes social justice. Within the Islamic framework, where Zakat emphasizes equitable wealth distribution, faith is integral to development.
At Albaraka Welfare Trust, we contribute to development by constructing community mosques in remote villages. These mosques serve as places of worship and education, where children learn religious values and study the Holy Qur’an. Mosques serve as gathering points where villagers come together as a community to strengthen their faith, a cornerstone of development.
“Whoever builds a mosque, desiring thereby Allah’s pleasure, Allah builds for him the like of it in paradise.”
Build a mosque in this world and build your palace in Jannah!