The Mohammadi Masjid and Madrassah Salafiyyah was first established in 1985 in a corner-terraced house on 49 Couchman Road by the Markazi Jamiat Ahlul Hadeeth. The capacity of maximum worshippers was only 50 at this point.
Alhamdulillah (all praise is for Allah) after demolition of houses on the road, the Mohammadi Masjid was moved to 24-36 Hartopp Road in 1998 as a purpose-built Masjid, by the Birmingham City Council in exchange for the initial project. Currently, the masjid can hold a maximum capacity of 500 male and female worshippers.
At this point, the 5 daily prayers were taking place in jamaa’ah (congregation) as well as weekday evening classes, in which children aged 5-12 could learn to recite and memorise the Qur’an. The masjid would also cater for a weekend dars (lecture).
Since 1998 the Masjid has grown in its worshippers and its services. Due to the growing demand of locals the Jumu’ah (Friday) prayer, Taraaweeh prayers in Ramadhan, ‘Eid prayers, funeral prayers and arrangements and regular English and Urdu lectures also take place here at Mohammadi Masjid.
Currently the Masjid is in urgent need of generous donations to continue encouraging the growth of this noble project for the sake of Allah. For more information on this, view the Re-build Project page.
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The Mohammadi Masjid is one of the three Birmingham affiliates of Markazi Jamiat Ahlul Hadeeth. As of 2010 the Mohammadi masjid is being run by the Mohammadi Trust Birmingham (charity reg no. 1140712), an independent body formed by local worshippers.