Our Services


Coffee & Cake With the Management Team



With a host of bespoke topics and established speakers planned we hope you will find a lecture suited to your interest. Further information will be posted online and via the mailing list.

Quraan lessons for children and adults

Children’s classes
For children aged 5 to 16
We have classes very evening from Monday to Thursday

Beginners : Monday
Intermediate 1 class : Tuesday
Intermediate 3 and advanced levels (Hifz): Wednesday
Intermediate 2: Thursday

Adult classes – Men:
Beginners – Tues 7-9pm
Advanced – Thurs 7-9pm

Taught by our esteemed Teachers, Sheikh Mudhaffer & Sheikh Omar

For further information please contact Rubina Moten (Tajweed coordinator)
Sister's Tajweed class

Women's Tajweed
Advanced Tajweed and Tafseer Lessons

Advanced Tajweed and Tafseer Lessons for men


Youth Circle
Looking to raise the youth upon exemplary character, these circles will go through the lives of the Prophets and the lessons learnt from them, within a contemporary world context. These circles are led by young adults, born & raised locally, pursuing professional career paths, and with a good grasp of the Islamic faith. The sessions are aimed at ages 10-15 and run fortnightly on a Sunday 5:30pm. Sessions currently run for boys, and we are close to establishing a girls group very soon.
About the teacher:
Dr Salik Sait (Boy talk leader)
born & raised in the UK, Salik is well aware of the struggles young teenagers face in our world today. He has plenty of experience in working with the youth through initiatives while at university and in the community. He currently works as a doctor, and enjoys travelling and calligraphy in his spare time.
Please email info@al-emaan.org.uk for further information.
Storytime for Kids
Aimed at under 10s, these engaging sessions take children through stories within The Qur’an, seeking to bring out the moral lessons applicable to children today. Instructors look to give children a basic understanding of the Islamic faith in an interactive and enjoyable way. The sessions are led by young adults, born & raised locally, pursuing professional career paths, and with a good grasp of the Islamic faith.

The teachers:
Nazia Mubarak– qualified primary school teacher and mother of three
Saba Sait– pursuing a university degree in teaching
Eisha Moten– pursuing a university degree in Nutrition & Dietetics
Huma Ahmed– qualified secondary school teacher working locally in Bromley
Mariha Hamid – medical doctor working in Bromley
Avais Akhtar – IT consultant raised locally in Biggin Hill
Asad Jamal Khan– qualified teacher living and working in Bromley
Saif Sait– surgical doctor working in South East London
Ayesha Ashraf– dentist raised in Birmingham and working in Bromley
Salik Sait– medical doctor working in Bromley
Marjan Jamal– graduated in Medicine and now completing her masters in Public Health
Saad Al-Douri– analyst at a risk consultancy, raised in Maidstone and living in Bromley
Raghad Al-Ramadhani– pharmacist and mother of two, raised in Bradford and living in Bromley
Omar Taha – GP working in Bromley, father of two, born & raised in Keston

Story time currently runs on Wednesdays at 5:30pm until 6:15pm (excluding school holidays). Please email info@al-emaan.org.uk for further information.
A day at the mosque for the family – Crafternoon looks to develop the skills of arts & crafts in children. Past sessions have involved kids designing gift boxes for charity, which further engages the youth in good charitable work in an exciting way.
Girls Circle
A relaxing space for girls aged 10-18 to explore issues together, make friends and have fun in a friendly and comfortable environment.
Face to face one Sunday every month.
Please join AEC communication channels for dates.
Boys club
Creating friendships through an afternoon of games, fun, and pizza with the youth group of 11-15
Face to face one Sunday every month.
Please join AEC communication channels for dates.
1st Bromley Scouts

Our very own Muslim Scouts! Will be running on Wednesday evenings every week at AEC inshaAllah.
We need male and female volunteers to help run sessions. Training and DBS will be supplied

🥋 Taekwondo 🥋

Age group: 5 – 10 years old
Boys and Girls welcome
📍 Al-Emaan Centre
🕛 5.30pm to 6.30pm
🗓 Every Sunday

Trainer: RASHID RASOOL SIAL Black Belt 5th Dan who was a National Champion Gold Medalist 1995 to 2004. http://rashidtkd.yolasite.com

An amazing opportunity to learn from the best in the world!!

Cost £5 for a taster session and then £50 for 6 sessions.

Boxing Classess

Al-Emaan Centre Boxing Classess

Let’s help the youth build strength and confidence


Friday 6PM – 7PM



The Bromley Three Faiths Group

Established in 2016, the Bromley Three Faiths Group between members of the three Abrahamic (Jewish, Christian, and Islamic) faiths primary aim of the group is to promote greater understanding and increase knowledge of the faiths through joint participation in various faith-based activities. Such an activity includes the popular 3 Faith Dialogue, where individuals seek to learn about each other’s faiths in an amicable and educational environment.

Face to face or virtual during working week every month.

Please join AEC communication channels for dates.


Peace Walk
Established in 2017, the annual Peace walk has grown from strength to strength, allowing members of the different faiths and the public to come together in the spirit of peace & harmony, highlighting our commonalities and sharing a slice of cake.
Yearly during a weekend.
Supporting Refugees
AEC continues to work with B3FG to help the assimilation of refugees in Lewisham. AEC has been instrumental in raising funds and goods to help the families settle in.


Book an Islamic Marriage

If you would like to enquire about the prospect of holding your Islamic marriage (Nikah) at Keston Mosque, please read the Nikah policy and then complete the request form below. You will then receive a booking form.

Al-Emaan Centre Matrimonial Service
The Al Emaan Centre Matrimonial Service aims to facilitate Islamic matchmaking.
Please accurately fill out your profile information in the form below.
The committee will review all profiles on a weekly basis. They will anonymise them, removing identifiable information such as names and contact details. The anonymous profiles will then be shared on our WhatsApp group. If interested, potential parties will be able to reach out to the committee who will then pass on contact details for the two parties to connect with each other and proceed discussions.
Link to join WhatsApp group Click Here to access the Form


School & Scouts visits

AEC volunteers work closely with local schools and scout groups in the community to promote understanding and education by conducting workshops, visits, and mosque tours to discuss Islam within the classroom or mosque setting.

Weekly during morning and afternoon

Download AEC School Ramadhan Challenge 2024

Safer Neighbourhood Board
Drawing together leaders throughout the borough of Bromley, we are privileged to be part of this group which seeks to enhance the safety and well-being of residents in the area
Mosque Open Day
In collaboration with the national initiative organised by the Muslim Council of Britain, Al-Emaan Centre opens the doors of the mosque to the wider public to showcase what goes on inside our centre. Islamic Calligraphy, Islamic Artefacts and the rituals of prayer are some of the topics highlighted.
Yearly on a weekend in February.
Please join AEC communication channels for dates.
Careers Day
With several professionals linked to Al-Emaan Centre, we thought we would share the knowledge and expertise of several career paths in an informative and engaging day, open to the public
Breaking the Fast
This is an invitation to any of the local residents and neighbours to experience and share the ritual breaking of the fast during the holy month of Ramadhan
SELKCOM – As part of the South East London & Kent Council of Mosques, AEC regularly engages in activities that further the vision of mosques in benefiting their respective communities and societies on a local level
Mosques Association of Kent
As an active member of MAK, AEC share information and best practices with other masajid in Kent. We look to leverage strength through unity
Welcome Directory
AEC is a Welcome Directory registered faith organisation. Trustee Amer Saeed leads on this initiative


Sister Circle
A platform for women in the community to come together with spiritual reminder & group discussion, sisterhood & support, and a good chit-chat!
Face to face during working week every month.
Please join AEC communication channels for dates.
Seniors Meet Up
A chance to increase and strengthen the social network of the retired within the community. Open to all seniors of any background residing in any locality, with both ladies and gentleman welcome to attend.
Mother & Child Groups
AEC hosts regular mother and child group to help young parents and children socialise with one another, working closely with the local Little Crescents group, and with the Bromley 3 Faith Group.
Food Collections
AEC is partnering with local supermarkets in an attempt to deliver surplus food bank supplies to the homeless and refugees.
Professionals’ Advisory Service for Parents (PASP)
What is the PASP project?
This project will provide a non-judgmental signposting/advisory service for parents who have concerns about the development and behaviour of their pre-school aged children, particularly when they are unsure of how and where to go for appropriate support and/or referral.
Why are we providing this service?
Developmental & behavioural problems in children can be a cause of great anxiety for parents. Although there are support and assessment pathways across NHS and other agency services in the UK to address these concerns, parents may not be fully aware of how the system works. Information available in the internet can be overwhelming and confusing for parents. This signposting advice may help in alleviating some of the parental concerns by providing relevant useful signposting/advice.
Who will provide this service?
· The advisory service will be provided by a group of professionals with many years working experience in the NHS UK in child development and behaviour.
· AEC will provide technical/legal & collaborative support for the project and will overview the safeguarding and other training needs of the members including consent/confidentiality policy and related matters.
How will it work?
· Parents will leave message using the PASP dedicated phone number/email
· Parents will be contacted by our service and booked into professionals’ advisory slots if they meet the inclusion criteria.
For further information Email: PASP@al-emaan.org.uk And see attached flyer
Volunteering for this project: There are various opportunities for volunteering within this project, which may help to enhance your skills and be useful for your CV:
· Professional advisor · Liaison/administrative officer · Data collection officer
Training and supervision for each of the above roles will be provided as well as a free DBS certificate.
If you would like to volunteer for this project Please email: PASP@al-emaan.org.uk
Disclaimer: · This service is not intended to replace the need for the child to be formally assessed by appropriately qualified/trained clinicians, therapist and/or a specialist. Although we would not directly address any safeguarding concerns, if during the advisory session any safeguarding issues are raised, we will follow address this in accordance with AEC Safeguarding, Consent and Confidentiality policy and procedures
AEC Foodbank
Al-Emaan Centre Food Bank
“ Providing short term assistance to Muslim families in need”
AEC is pleased to announce that we are now able to provide emergency food parcels to Muslims in need.
Our service will run of a refferal basis; if you know anyone who requires support please get in touch by emailing
You will be asked for a few basic details to ensure we can provide a seamless service and to ensure that support is being given to those in need.
As this is a new service, collection date/time will be mutually agreed.
Delivery will be available in exceptional circumstances only. Our food packs will contain non perishable food items such as tinned food, rice, lentils etc. Additional items for babies, personal hygiene, household cleaning may be available on request.
AEC Hikes
Sunday morning 9.15am every month.
Please join AEC communication channels for dates.
Women's Netball

Netball for women.

Weekly, Sundays evenings

Creative Club

Join our Creative Club to improve your skills, share knowledge & skills and make friends.
(Run by volunteers)
10 AM TO 12 PM
Bring your own project to work on or to get ideas.
Contact info: info@Al-Emaan.org.uk


*🥑Al-Emaan Centre exclusive beard and hair oils are now for sale!!!🥑*
Hair oil for women
Beard oil for men
For sale out of the Masjid office *only* Monday to Thursday
_£10 each_

Car Pool
This group has been set up for members of our community to organise car pooling when attending Al-Emaan Centre for Ramadhan. Please share when you are attending the masjid and your area so others know where you are from and arrange pick ups.
– Get to know others in your community
– Get the reward of taking others to the masjid/opening their fast
– Environmentally better, reduces pollution and fuel use
– Women who may not be able to attend could go in safety with other women
– Reduces parking problems at the masjid 🚗🚐🚙🚐
Link to join Whatsapp group
Virtual Walking group
This WhatsApp group is created to encourage walking, running, hiking and cycling. We aim to collectively walk to Islamic historical places and do a small fundraiser for whoever is interested at the end.
Link to join WhatsApp group
A wonderful opportunity for young children between the ages of 5-12 to get to know each other while they craft with paper, colours, card and much more.
School breaks.
Please join AEC communication channels for dates.
7-aside Football
As the saying goes,
“Sport is a universal language that brings people together…”
The Youth led Sunday football as part of the South London Mosque league creates a safe space where Muslim youth and adults create positive relationships, learn leadership skills, and do this all while being active
Weekly every Sunday evening.
Islamic Art Exhibition
An exhibition to celebrate a wider range of Islamic inspired art at Al-Emaan Centre by showcasing both amateur and professional artists which demonstrates the vast richness and beauty of our tradition.
Yearly during a weekend.
Please join AEC communication channels for dates.
Islamic Art Classes
As series of practical workshops on different forms of Islamic arts to promote a deeper understanding of Islamic art forms and bring together the community through the spirit of creating new hobbies and interests.
Please join AEC communication channels for dates.
Community News and General Information
We have WhatsApp groups for general news, events and information.
Should you wish to join and keep up to date with AEC please email your phone number to
AEC running club
Aslamolakium all!! With the weather getting warmer and the days getting longer we are starting the 🏃🏽‍♀👟 *AEC running club* 👟🏃.
🤲🏽 All level of fitness are welcome.
🙏🏿 Brothers and sisters welcome.
😉 We will set race targets and support each other to go further!
*Find runners around where you live. Join community runs. Raise money. Get healthy. Have fun.*
Link to join Whatsapp group
Law Clinic

We are excited to announce the re-introduction of a *FREE Law Clinic* at Al-Emaan Centre, every *Monday from 19th June* , hosted by Legal Muslim.

Legal Muslim is a service that exclusively helps Muslims understand their islamic obligations in non-Muslim lands, specialising in Islamic Wills, inheritance and tax-planning.

Mr Russell Hasan Ali LLB, the founder of Legal Muslim, is a solicitor specialising in the area of Wills, Trusts and Probate. He will be welcoming your questions and providing guidance to the following:

* Those without an Islamic Will
* Muslims with a Will but not Islamic
* Those who wish to benefit AEC in their Islamic Will
* Those who are preparing for Hajj
* Muslim parents of infant children
* Separated or divorced individuals
* Muslim couples and single Muslims alike
* Those who have recently lost a loved one
* Those who know someone with the onset of a mental illness
* Those who wish to get their affairs in order
* Muslims who are concerned about inheritance tax and want to protect their estate
* Muslim business owners and proprietors

*Contact Legal Muslim* to book your *free* 30-minute consultation now.

Men's Cancer Support Group

A support group for men who are/have suffered from cancer, or are supporting others with cancer or have lost someone to cancer

Whatsapp Group

Substance Misuse Support
We have built a relationship with CGL as a provider for discreet help and support for substance misuse, both for struggling people and their families. We have additionally given them training specifically around supporting Muslims. See info below:
Change Grow Live (CGL) Bromley are the substance misuse provider for the borough of Bromley for over 12 years. Anyone who lives in the borough is eligible for our support.
We are a free, confidential, consent-based service to support people to achieve their recovery goals, whether this be abstinence, reduction or controlled use.
We work in a holistic, person centred and trauma informed way to empower individuals to reach their own goals.
We offer opiate substitute prescribing (Physeptone or Espranor), alcohol community detox, psychosocial interventions, needle exchange, Family and Carers support, older adults support (65+), aftercare and relapse prevention counselling.
Everyone’s support network needs support, so our Family and Carers service is there for Bromley residents effected by others substances use.
Bromley Changes support 5–18-year-olds with their own substances use issues or effected by others substance use.
Following a referral, we run an open access model whereby we assess the first four people that present that day:
Monday 10:00
Tuesday 10:00
Wednesday 14:00
Thursday 10:00
Friday 10:00
Our main contact line in 0208 289 1999 Our SPOC number (7am-11pm daily) 07738 802 713
I am sharing ‘CGL BROMLEY REFERRAL FORM‘ with you
Islamic Wills


Please use this form to apply. In the section where the form asks

“Have you been referred by someone, please state Al-Emaan Centre “

None of your personal information will be shared with Al-Emaan Centre, we will simply be told about the number of applications received, in order to gauge the use of the service.”

Volunteer Vacancies

Volunteer Vacancies

Volunteering at Al-Emaan Centre is vital to the running of our events and services. By volunteering you gain the reward of enabling the masjid and providing for the community.

Please read each job description and if interested apply directly to the Lead person in each advert.

In most cases a DBS will be required. Al-Emaan Centre will provide this for free and the process is quick and painless.

Prayer Stewards

Helping the team during Friday/Jumu’ah prayers, Ramadhan and ‘Eid


Helping the Fundraising Team with fundraising activities during Friday prayers/Jumu’ah, Taraweeh in Ramadhan, ‘Eid and other social events

School and Scouts Visits

Helping the Team alongside other volunteers when schools and Scouts visit the masjid

Little Crescents

Helping the Team set up, welcoming women and their children and clearing up

Madrassa Teaching Assistant

Assisting the Madrassa Team and teachers

Food Bank

Helping the Foodbank Team with collection and delivery of food parcels to the needy

Boy’s Club

Helping the Team set up and run the club alongside the leads and other volunteers

Girl’s Club

Helping the Team set up and run the club alongside the leads and other volunteers

Coffee Morning

Helping the Charity Team set up, run and clear up after sessions


Digital Team

Website and or Android +IOS App

Infrastructure Engineer

Tech Ops Support