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Press Release Mosque arson attack should be treated as terrorism Muslims are ...
The Cheadle Mosque Eid Open Day Extravaganza is almost upon us - Saturday 9th September is E-Day!
We are really looking forward to welcoming the community - spreading a bit of happiness, bringing people and communities together, challenging negative stereotypes and raising money for local charities.
There will be lots of activities for everyone In-sha'Allah (God Willing). From the fresh Seekh kebab BBQs, to cuisine from around the work, from the Waterboats to the Go Karts, from the Animal shows to the Bouncy slides...to the many different stalls, there will be lots to entertain. But it's also a time to meet, catch up and chat - it brings people closer together.
We are supporting three local charities this year - all the profits from the Open Day will go towards MIND, Diabetes UK and Mcmillian Cancer Care - very worthy charities who are doing great work.
There are always lots of stalls...even a book signing With Sis Sara Khan for her debut book "My first Book about the Qur'an" teaching for toddlers and young children. This will be the first book signing, so please do come along and support her.
We have stalls selling Arabic Groceries, Ice Cream, The Magical Chocolate Fountain, Sweet stalls - always a popular one - (both for children and dentists), Face painting, Henna Designs - the list goes on - we will keep you updated....
Please do join us on Saturday 9th September - doors open at 12pm.
We can't wait - we look forward to hosting you.....
Please note - food on the day may look completely different to those pictured - in our opinion our food will look better In-sha'Allah!! ... See MoreSee Less
CMA 13-19 Yrs Girls Day Out
Saturday 19th August: 10:30am-5pm
Fruit & Veg picking experience at Kenyon Hall Farm
Girls will also have the opportunity to make their own jams and pickles as well as enjoy a lovely picnic on the farm.
Pre-registration required, for more information and to register please contact Sr Ammaarah: 07715517364. ... See MoreSee Less
Assalaam ou Alaikum,
We pray that you are well.
As Hajj approaches and Eid ul Adha will also soon be with us, we wish to share the joy of Eid with those in the wider community around us - so like previous years we have the aptly named "Sharing the Joy of Eid" project !!!! - and we would like you to be part of it In-sha'Allah.
On Saturday 2nd September, together with our local partners we are In-sha'Allah visiting and sharing gifts with poorly children at local Hospitals.
Many of these children are going through a difficult time, so let us on these blessed days share some happiness with them and make them smile. We also want the wider community to experience the true generosity and kindness of the Islamic faith.
Yes, we can talk about Islam all day but sharing a good deed, being kind to another, helping a person through a difficult time is worth a million words.
But we need your help please in collecting 100 new gifts that we can share with these children In-sha'Allah.
We are collecting donations of :
Arts and crafts gift boxes (paints/activity sets)
Lego and Model sets
Puzzles and Jig saws
Toy Cars/planes etc.
Anything that you feel would be suitable for children aged 0-12 years of age.
Gifts could be dropped off at Cheadle Mosque at anytime in the specifically marked box in the foyer- there is no need to wrap them as seeing the gifts allows us to allocate it appropriately. The gifts will then be handed out by a team of Mosque volunteers on Eid Day In-sha'Allah.
We thank you for all your support - and we hope and pray this will bring happiness to these children.
If you require any further information then please do contact us at the Mosque.
Please see pictures from last year...
Cheadle Mosque Team
PS - We haven't forgotten the older patients and we plan to visit them too. For these wards, we are particularly careful in what we can bring in, so are purchasing these gifts. If you would like to support this project, please pass your donations to the Masjid marked "Sharing the Joy of Eid Older Patients". Jazaka'Allah Khairan. ... See MoreSee Less
CMA Annual Football Tournament is Back 🏆
Sunday 3rd September 2017
To register your team contact Br Amir on:07784318430 ... See MoreSee Less
Cheadle Mosque is recruiting….
✅ Weekday School Teachers - www.cheadlemosque.org/download/job-advert-teacher?wpdmdl=3067&masterkey=595ea62e4da12
✅ Weekday School Administrator -
✅ Youth Coordinator - www.cheadlemosque.org/download/youth-coordinator-job-advert?wpdmdl=3103&masterkey=5977651c44814%2...
If you’d like to apply for any of the above roles please email your CV to ... See MoreSee Less
Cheadle Mosque Boys Youth Camp
Friday 18th August - Sunday 20th August
Alhamdulillah we've organised a weekend away for our boys in the summer holidays.
A weekend of:
* Outdoor activities and games
* Talks and reminders
* Team building challenges
* Camp fire
* And much more
Subsidised cost of just £30, for further details and to register email
Please note we only have 20 spaces available so we recommend you register quick!
* p.s. We are in the process of organising an away day for sisters on Saturday 19th August. Full details to be revealed soon.... ... See MoreSee Less
We know that you have been waiting for this moment all year - to be honest, so have we!
The Cheadle Mosque Eid Open Day Extravaganza is this year on Saturday 9th September In-sha'Allah (God-willing)
It's a crazy fun day out for the family, with plenty of activities for the whole family - Go Karts, Massive Bouncy Slide, Seekh kebabs, Food from around the globe, Water boats, Donkey rides, Lots of stalls, Police and Ambulance service, Wacky races and much more...Did we mention the food?
It's all about communities coming together, having a great family day out and raising money for local charities. We are supporting MIND, Macmillan Cancer Care and Diabetes UK this year too,
Please put the date in your diaries!
Further updates to follow.... ... See MoreSee Less
Mosque arson attack should be treated as terrorism
Muslims are shocked and deeply troubled at the arson attack of the Nasfat Islamic centre last Sunday evening. Our thoughts and prayers go to the members and congregation of the Mosque. We thank God that there were no injuries or fatalities. The communities across Manchester are standing with them.
It is noted that the police are treating this as a ‘hate crime. However we urge the police to treat this act as an act of terrorism to find out whether those who committed this act did so for the ‘purpose of advancing a political, religious, racial or ideological cause’.
There is a real fear, that such Islamophobic attacks are rising and they are becoming more brazen. Nasfat Islamic centre have reported some horrible attacks over the years, including pigs head being thrown into the Mosque, vandalism and criminal damage of the Mosque building as well as verbal abuse to those attending for prayer.
We need to double our efforts in stamping out Islamophobia. Bigoted behaviour can never be acceptable. Tackling hatred and prejudice requires efforts from all communities and we all need to do more in addressing the rhetoric of hate that is spewed by some politicians and some media outlets and individuals with a Far Right Ultra-Nationalist agenda
This reported attack is not simply an attack on a mosque, it is an attack on all of us. Like we have in so many cases in the past, the Greater Manchester communities will stand together.
We call on anyone with information to provide that to the police so the perpetrators are brought to swift justice we welcome the increased patrols around Mosques in recent weeks and weeks ahead. We must all remain vigilant.
In the true spirit of Islam and as Greater Mancunians we hope that this remains a safe and prosperous place for all people to live in.
Qadir Chohan from the Manchester Council of Mosques said : “The arson attack of the Nasfat Islamic Centre in Manchester should not only be a great concern to the Muslim community but should be a great concern to all of us. If we don’t speak out or if we turn a blind eye against those that commit these awful crimes, those that spread hate will only increase their grasp on the communities around us. We need to stamp this out now and we urge the police and the security services around us to tackle this terrorism”
Ibrahim Kala, chief officer of BCom added : “We have seen the rise of hate and terror attacks in recent months – and we need to realise that this can come from many different sources. We need to tackle the causes of such crimes – it is clear that some of them are fanned by inflammatory media articles and some politician’s dialogue”
Shazad Sadiq of Stockport Muslims said : “ Attacking a place of worship is such a cowardly act. These criminals have hearts that are full of hate, but we will know that they will never win. We need to bring these cowards to justice as soon as possible.”
Dobir Miah of RCOM added : “ We need to stamp out Islamophobia. We are grateful to the police and council for their support, but it is a duty upon each and every one of us – to stop hatred in it’s tracks.”
Mufti Helal Mahmood of Oldham Mosques Council said, ‘’After visiting the mosque yesterday and hearing from the community these attacks seem to happen often. The community needs to be reassured that they will be protected and allowed to worship peacefully in their mosque’’.
This statement is issued by the following organisations:
Manchester Council of Mosques: MCOM
Bolton Council of Mosques: BCoM
Rochdale Council of Mosques: RCM
Oldham Mosque Council ... See MoreSee Less
Annual Hajj Talk + Extensive Q&A with Shaykh Abu Eesa Nimatullah:
This WEDNESDAY (19th July) at 9:25pm.
Shaykh Abu Eesa will be delivering his annual hajj talk for those who will be embarking on the blessed journey this year. It will be a very practical and informative session InshaAllah. Shaykh Abu Eesa has been leading Hajj groups for over 10 years, thus he will be sharing things we often don't hear in hajj talks.
Brothers and sisters welcome
Please inform all family and friends who will be performing Hajj this year. ... See MoreSee Less
CMA Weekday Supplementary School Information Session & Vacancies
The CMA weekday supplementary will be holding an information session on Sunday 16th July at 2.00 pm. If you would like to learn more about the madrassah syllabus, structure and philosophy please join us for this short presentation. Parents will also have the opportunity to complete their child’s application form on the day In sha Allah.
Teaching and Admin Vacancies
The CMA weekday supplementary school is seeking to appoint highly motivated teachers with experience in teaching Quran, Islamic studies or Arabic to children aged 4-11.
Applicants must be able to demonstrate excellent knowledge of Islam and an ability to inspire students to learn the Quran and Islamic practices using a variety of teaching pedagogies. Good communication skills and excellent interpersonal skills are essential requirements to ensure that children are supported to achieve their maximum potential as well as engaged and enthused to learn about Islam.
We have positions available in the following subject areas:
1 – Islamic Studies
2 – Quran/Tajweed
3 – Arabic Language
In addition to the teaching positions we are also seeking to appoint a part-time administrator to carry out the admin tasks associated with running the weekday supplementary school.
Please find detailed job descriptions in the links below.
To apply for any of the positions send your CV to clearly stating which subject area you are interested in teaching - or state ‘Admin’ if you wish to apply for the admin role.
Download teacher job description:
Download admin job description:
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Peace be upon you all.
Please join us for our next Interfaith event at Cheadle Mosque with our friends from St Mary's Church in Wilmslow who have jointly organised this event.
They very kindly hosted us some months back, so we wish to return their hospitality at Cheadle.
Please do join us for this programme where we will be covering the importance of "Caring for one another" - and how our respective faiths emphasise the importance of this. There will of course be time for networking over cake and biscuits....
All are very welcome to attend. The programme starts at 8pm.
Look forward to welcoming you there God Willing. ... See MoreSee Less
A lovely touching message from one of the guests at the Wellspring. Such kind works help motivate us to keep on spreading good deeds, to continue trying to make other smile and to keep on serving up curry....watch this video whenever you need a little boost.
May God bless this man and all the wonderful volunteers at the Wellspring. ... See MoreSee Less
The Eid Dash continues...
Now we are with our friends at the Wellspring - Eid Dinner and gifts being shared.... ... See MoreSee Less
Cheadle Mosque's Eid Dash - some pictures to share..... ... See MoreSee Less
Eid Mubarak - Cheadle Mosque's Eid Dash! It has a lovely Eid, a time of celebration, for friends, families and neighbours to come together and enjoy each other's company, build family ties, share gif...
Eid Mubarak - Cheadle Mosque's Eid Dash!
It has a lovely Eid, a time of celebration, for friends, families and neighbours to come together and enjoy each other's company, build family ties, share gifts and devour a myriad of tasty snacks!
At Cheadle, you will all know we love to share (especially food)- indeed we love to share the Joy of Eid. So once we had polished off our third slice of Eid carrot cake, our volunteers sprung into action to spread a little happiness.
So began our "Eid Dash...."
Today - we were privileged to join the pupils at Prospect Vale Primary School in sharing Eid Cake with all 270 pupils. That's a lot of cake - but we are really grateful to the teachers and pupils for hosting us.
It's lovely to be able to share the Eid celebration - indeed it brings all of us together as one community.
Next up - we joined the "Eid Unwrapped" team to drop off toys at Royal Manchester Childrens Hospital.
Being in hospital is never easy, especially when you are young, we hoped that sharing some toys and gifts might help alleviate the hardship that little bit.
We are so grateful to the Cheadle Mosque congregation for generously donating so many lovely presents....there were so many - we needed a trolley to cart them around. The hospital staff were lovely and the gifts are en route to the Renal Dialysis Unit - we hope that everyone enjoys them.
We also got to wear a lovely set of green ears - I am not quite sure why - but they looked rather stylish so we couldn't resist.
Next our dash will take us to the Wellspring Soup Kitchen - where we hope to be serving up a scrumptious Eid Dinner for those in need and the homeless. The menu's a surprise and we have got more pressies too!
It's going to be a long day - but we can't imagine a better day - doing a good turn for another is what we should be all about - this is reflected in the Qur'an
Allah (God) says :
“Worship God and join none with Him in worship, and do good to parents, kinsfolk, orphans, the poor, the neighbour who is near of kin, the neighbour who is a stranger, the companion by your side, the wayfarer (you meet).." (Quran 4:36)
Making people happy - spreading a smile gives such a great feeling inside - little can match it.
The Prophet Muhammed (peace be upon him) said : “To smile in the face of your brother is charity given on your behalf.” (Bukhari)
It's been a great day - but the Eid Dash hasn't stopped there - there is still curry and cake to share. Watch this space for more Eid antics.....
May God keep us all smiling! ... See MoreSee Less
Eid Mubarak from everyone at Cheadle Mosque.
May you all of have a blessed day.
Masha'Allah our imam and chairman look the part today 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less
We are pleased to confirm that Eid al-Fitr will be tomorrow - Sunday 25th June In-sha'Allah.
Eid Mubarak and may Allah (swt) accept all our fasting, prayer, Qur'an and charity and whatever good deeds carried our purely for His pleasure.
Eid Salah tomorrow will be at :
8am - led by Shaykh Salim Astewani
9:30am - led by Imam Abid Khan
11:00am - led by Shaykh Abu Islam
We look forward to seeing you all tomorrow Insha'Allah.
Please could we kindly remind you to respect our neighbours and park appropriately. Much appreciated as always.
May Allah (swt) bless you and all your families.
Cheadle Mosque ... See MoreSee Less
We would like to extend our gratitude and warm wishes to all those who have expressed their support to the Muslim community and Cheadle Mosque following the terrorist attack outside Finsbury Park Mosque last Monday.
Your support and words mean a lot to us - indeed we are one community and we will not be divided. Terrorism is indiscriminate - it has no faith and indeed it can come from many different places. This is all the more reason for us to be united and to never allow those who promote hate to break us.
God Bless you all and May God keep us close.
A special blessing to the lovely neighbours who brought flowers and cards to the Mosque.
You have made our day! ... See MoreSee Less
*Final Family Talk & Iftar of Ramadan 2017*
Join us this Friday (23rd June) for a night of Quran, reflections and reminders with the world renowned Sheikh Abu Bakr Shatri.
Friday night will be the 29th night of Ramadan and could potentially be laylat'l qadr. It may also be the last night of Ramadan 2017, so please join us with your families from *8:30pm.*
Reminders by Imam Abid Khan and Ustadh Rehan Salim.
Full Iftar provided and everyone welcome.
*Please note, unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances we will not have the crèche available tonight. However, parents with young children can sit in the house/marquee and still listen to the talks. ... See MoreSee Less