Welcome to the official website of Baitul Abrar Jamia Masjid in Luton. A place of worship, study, and community gathering. We value in investing time and effort to ensure the future generations have the best chances of achieving success academically, and above all spiritually through the valuable teachings of Islam.

Our Masjid provides open doors for the 5 daily prayers, and welcomes the community for Friday Jumah prayers, providing ample parking spaces and wudhu facilities.


Our school holds some of the highest GCSE results nationally and provides students with a tailored experience in personal development and growth.


For any inquiries regarding the Masjid or school please contact our helpdesk.


Weekly Programmes

Every Wednesday Tajweed Class For Men

Every Thursday Majlis of Zikr and Durood Sharif

Every Friday detailed lecture of Hadith from Sahih Bukhari and Sahi Muslim

Every Saturday Tafseerul Quran

Monthly Programs

1st Saturday of every month Islahi Majlis (Purification of the Nafs)

Special Detailed talk on a specific topic on the 3rd Saturday of every month.
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To become a reference for everything that deals with Islam, its sciences, civilization and nation. To have credibility in content, distinction in design, and a sharp and balanced vision of humanity and current events.
To work for the good of humanity, as Islam teaches us.

To work to uplift the Islamic nation specifically and humanity in general.

To support the principles of justice, and human rights. To reinforce values and morals on the individual, family, and community levels.

To expand the circle of introducing Islam; present its wholeness and the way its system and laws complement each other; to affirm its balance, fairness and applicability in all places and times; and present tolerance and the humanity of its laws.

To strengthen the ties of unity and affiliation between the members of the Islamic community and support informational and cultural exchange.

To expand awareness of important events in the Arab, Islamic and larger worlds. To build confidence and a spirit of hope among Muslims.
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