Something for you cloud cuckoo Christians to think about.  These are just a few of the thousands of Churches and Chapels that have been converted to mosques in Our Country.


Pop Up Embed Embed this video on your site
Church converted into a Mosque, formally a church built by Henry Wright on November 28 in 1886 and the structure has been standing over 120 years. This church now a Mosque attracts large number of Muslim followers to this Islamic Worship centre in Forest Gate in East London.

Pop Up Embed Embed this video on your site
Church converted into a Mosque - Central Mosque of Brent previously a Church converted into a Mosque attracts thousands of followers of Islam to the mosque every week. The Mosque is close to Kilburn and Cricklewood train or underground stations in London near NW2 6DS close to Howard Road. The chairman of the Mosque is Mohammed Sadeez. The structure was built around the 18th century to accommodate the Christian community in London however as migrants arrive in United Kingdom the Demographics have changed and the church has been converted into a mosque.


Pop Up Embed Embed this video on your site
Church converted into a Mosque - Formerly St. Marks Cathedral; the New Peckham Mosque was established in 1982 by Sheikh Nazim Kibrisi may Allah be pleased with him. The New Peckham Mosque is a registered charity (Charity No: 1003131) which offers a range of services under the supervision of Imam Muharrem Atlig and Imam Hasan Basri Yekeler. The Mosque is located near Burgess Park and the London underground can be used to travel to the Mosque,

Pop Up Embed Embed this video on your site
A church converted into a Mosque, the Wembley Central Mosque is located in the heart of Wembley just close to Wembley Park Station which can be reached on the Bakerloo line. The mosque is in Middlesex near west London just off harrow and Uxbridge. The area has a large Muslim community and many shops there are owned by Muslim shop keepers. The Mosque was formally a Church but now is converted into a Mosque after large immigration of Muslims.

Pop Up Embed Embed this video on your site
A church converted into a mosque was also once a Synagogue, the church was built in 1743 the structure is over 250 years old and is now a mosque. The building that houses the Jamme Masjid, as has often been remarked, represents the history of successive communities of immigrants into London; from this point of view it may be called one of the most remarkable and evocative buildings in the area and one of London's architectural and historic treasures. In 1743 the building was Built as a French Protestant Church and by 1819 it became a Methodist Chapel by 1898 the Chapel was converted into the Spitalfields Great Synagogue and after large Muslims immigrants arrive 1976 which was then Synagogue was converted into the The Brick Lane Jamme Masjid.

Pop Up Embed Embed this video on your site
Church Converted Into a Mosque Since its establishment of the Green Lane Mosque in Birmingham in the early 70's, the Masjid Mosque has gone through numerous phases of development and progress. The building itself has become a landmark of the area and is well-known to all, with a colorful history behind the structure.
The Green Lane Mosque is based in Birmingham and is one of the Biggest and well known mosques in United Kingdom.

Pop Up Embed Embed this video on your site
The Didsbury Mosque and Islamic Centre is located on Burton Road, West Didsbury in Manchester, England. The building was originally the Albert Park Methodist Chapel, which opened for worship in 1883, but in 1962 the church closed and was later converted to a Mosque. It has an attendance of around 1,000 people a day.

Pop Up Embed Embed this video on your site
The former Trinity Wesleyan Methodist Church on Waterloo Street and Bismarck Street, Oldham.
The Church was eventually purchased by the Muslim community in Oldham and was converted to a Mosque

Last Updated ( Monday, 28 December 2009 14:04 )