Al-baseera Bristol Centre is an Islamic centre and a masjid upon the Qur’an, sunnah and the path of the companions.
Our objectives are to promote the benefits of the inhabitants of the city of Bristol by associating together the inhabitants and the local authorities, voluntary and other organisations to advance education, social welfare and leisure time occupation
- Abdirahman Jibril Mead
- Mohamed Abdi Dahir
- Musafa Ali Ahmed
- Hassan Mohamed Ali
- Abdirahman M Djama
- Mustafe Ali Sharif
- Jimale Mohamed
- Abdirahma M Djama
- Abdirahman Jibril
Abdirahman Mohamed Djama
Mustafa Ali Sharif
Abdirahman Mohamed Djama
Al Baseera Trustees are responsible for the overall Charity, they have the legal responsibility over the charity, they report directly to the charity commission which regulate all charities in England and Wales, the charity commission is therefore the top of the organizational authority for all charities in England and wales. The Trustee meet minimum twice a year, which is the requirements of the regulator, in those meetings the trustees fulfils its legal obligations, such as financial and annual reporting to the charity commission. also, any legal decision that affect the charity is taken in these annual meetings and reports send to the regulator to make them public on the charity commission website. The trustee and the management committee are volunteers, they do not receive any compensation or other financial benefits from the jobs they do for the community. The Trustees have set up three sub-committees that facilitate certain activities of the charity’s work. The sub-committees are:
Sub-committee for the day to day management of the charity’s premises.
Sub-committee for the youth and sports activities
Sub-committee for the Dawah and Quran lessons
Policies and procedures
Some of Our public policies are:
Activities Prayers Ramadan Community Centre Halls and class rooms Open Day Annual Umra for youth Football Quran competition Albaseera Bristol Centre
Albaseera Bristol Centre is situated near the city centre of Bristol. It gives easy access to Muslims working in the central Bristol as well as the highly populated Easton, Barton Hill and St Paul’s areas. The centre facilitates 300+ worshippers
It is our aim to make the centre a welcoming venue for the Somali youth in Bristol. We organise dedicated lessons, seminars, sermons and workshops for them. We are fortunate to have a sub-committee that looks after the youth problems. We are delighted to have women only sessions, where our sisters can gather together to learn about their religion and worship. The centre offers facilities for all women who want pray at all times. Helping those who are vulnerable within our community is very important to us. We try to help those who have moved to Bristol recently as well as those who have been living long time in the city.
Our long term aims is to have a centre that provides a facility where all Muslims can worship, where all parts of our community can gather together, and we are part of a peaceful, Vibrant and harmonious city.
There are wide ranges of activities that take place in our centre in pursuance of its charitable aims. The trustees believe that these activities provide benefit both to those who use our centre and the wider community of Bristol. During the year under review, we offered following activities and services: