Baitul Futuh Mosque, Morden

The Baitul Futuh Mosque, also known as the Morden Mosque, is a mosque complex in Morden, London. It is one of Britain's largest mosques, and one of the largest in western Europe. Completed in 2003 at a total cost of approximately £15 million, entirely from donations of Ahmadi Muslims in the UK, the mosque covers an area of 5.2acre and the full complex can accommodate up to 10,000 worshippers. It is located in the south-west London suburb of Morden, London Borough of Merton, next to Morden South railway station, approximately 700 yards from Morden Underground station.HistoryInaugurationMirza Tahir Ahmad launched an appeal for funds for the building on the 24 February 1995, and the land was purchased on the 29 March 1996. The foundation stone was placed by Mirza Tahir Ahmad, the then head of the Ahmadiyya Community on 19 October 1999, in a ceremony attended by 2000 guests, and inaugurated by the current head of the Ahmadiyya Community, Mirza Masroor Ahmad, on 3 October 2003. Although based at Fazl Mosque, Mirza Masroor Ahmad delivers his weekly Friday Sermon from Baitul Futuh. The opening ceremony was attended by over 600 guests; those present included High Commissioners, Deputy High Commissioners, Members of European Parliament, Members of Parliament, Mayors of London boroughs, councillors, university lecturers, and representatives of 17 countries.
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  • turn it back to a milk dairy was much better then... Always causing a problem on the roads ... can never park in lidl or Iceland because of this place!  more »
  • Being the biggest mosque in the UK, it is very beautiful in its structure and a must visit place. Very peaceful and holy surrounding with lovely and welcoming staff. The Ahmadiyya community which occu...  more »
  • Not only the biggest mosque in Western Europe but also the most magnificent. Most welcoming for people of all faiths, believers in religious harmony with a moto "Love For All Hatred For None" They tru...  more »
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  • A place of peace and tranquility. Largest Mosque of Western Europe. Every Friday, Jum'at-ul-mubarak prayer is a special occasion to remember God, pray and witness an extremely peaceful community gathering there shoulder to shoulder. Free lunch is also provided to visitors. There is a book shop also where Islamic literature is available.
  • This is the biggest mosque in western Europe which can accommodate more than 8000 worshippers in its complex. The mosque belong to Ahmadiyya Muslim which is a peaceful sect of Islam with their motto Love For All Hatred For None. Anyone can visit the mosque and get a tour inside the mosque complex.
  • There is no God but Allah and Muhammad PBUH is the last and final messenger of Allah. Mirza Gulam Qadiyni claimed that he was getting revelations from Allah which makes him a false person as Allah says in Quran that Muhammad PBUH is the last prophet and there will be no prophet after him. This is very straight forward and easy to understand. May Allah guide you to the straight path.
  • Beautiful mosque! A really holy place to be every time! Love the atmosphere here.
  • Love for all hatred for none. If you want to learn about true Islam come ask here.

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