Most Innovative Service 2022 Finalists

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)


Al-Madina Mosque Barking

Al-Madina Mosque Barking is situated on the site at Victoria Road and encompasses three separate buildings on the complex. Over the last 30 years the Mosque has worked hard to become a hub for the local communities and is today acknowledged and recognised as a Beacon Mosque.

Hounslow Jamia Masjid & Islamic Centre

Hounslow Jamia Masjid & Islamic Centre is the largest purpose built Mosque in West London, serving the needs of the local community and to work towards the common good.

Leeds Grand Mosque

Leeds Grand Mosque (LGM) is the largest Mosque in Leeds with a regular congregation of well over 2000 Muslims, a dramatic increase since its humble beginnings in 1994. Over the last two decades, it has developed to become a truly lively and spirited Mosque, seeking to encapsulate the very ideals on which it now thrives as opposed to being simply a place of worship.