Most Innovative Service 2021

Category #9 – Most Innovative Service :

This category is seeking to award a Mosque for developing and sustaining something unique or innovative that supports the worshippers or the wider community.

The innovation can be structural, financial, educational, medical/Supportive (Counselling, scio social support service service)

2021 Winner: Minhaj-Ul-Quran (Link)

2020 Winner: Al Markaz Ul Islami

2019 winner: Harrow Central Mosque (Link)

2018 winner: Madina Institute, Oldham. (Link)




Minhaj-ul-Quran International, has branched all around the world but was established in Pakistan.

Rumi Mosque

Mevlana Rumi Mosque has had many innovative initiatives such as providing cookery clubs to both men and women as a way to teach their community important life skills and understand new cultures.

Central Mosque of Brent

The Central Mosque of Brent in Willesden was the first site to offer both the vaccine and testing in the same location.

Al Madina Mosque Barking

Modern, 4500-capacity mosque with 2 prayer halls, also offering a faith school and community centre. The Barking Muslims Association is a charitable trust registered with and overseen by the charities commission of England and Wales.