Daily Prayer Time - March 2, 2024

21 Sha'ban 1445

PrayerFajrSunriseZuhrAsrMaghribIsha
Begins4:58 am6:51 am12:20 pm3:11 pm5:49 pm7:36 pm
Jamat5:48 am1:00 pm3:41 pm5:54 pm8:06 pm

Welcome To BSBBM

Welcome to Banbury Sheikh Bin Baaz Masjid, a place of worship and community for Muslims. Established in the early 2000s, Banbury’s Park Road Mosque has been a pillar of our community, welcoming and serving our vibrant local Muslim population with faith, unity, and compassion.

front section of mosque

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide a welcoming and inclusive space for Muslims to worship, learn, and engage with the community.

Our Vision

Our vision is to be a leading community-focused mosque that fosters spiritual, educational, and social growth for Muslims.

Our Services

FIVE Daily Prayers

Banbury Sheikh Bin Baaz Masjid is open every day of the year for people to use our prayer facilities. We hold congregational prayers at specific times, which you can find in our prayer timetable.

Evening Madrasah

The mosque from its inception has been a place of education and learning. From Monday to Friday for two hours each evening, 4–6pm, children learn about Islam.

Marriage - Nikkah

The Masjid can provide the Nikkah service, where the bride and groom make their commitment to an Islamic marriage through their freely given consent, and the groom gives to the bride a dowry.

FRIDAY PRAYERS

Friday Prayer is offered in congregation. It is offered in place of Zuhr Prayer. Each week on Friday, Muslims are required to take a bath, dress in their best clean clothes, wear perfume and assemble in the mosque for Friday Prayer.

What are our values ?

Environmentally Friendly

Accessible to all

quality islamic education

promoting community

Want to support us ?

Our mosque is a beacon of faith and community, but we depend on your generous donations to keep our doors open. In Islam, giving is a virtuous act. As the Quran says,

‘The example of those who spend their wealth in the Way of Allah is like that of a grain that sprouts seven ears, and in every ear there are a hundred grains.’ (2:261)