A mosque located within the East Renfrewshire suburb of Glasgow. In addition to salaat and Jumaa, the Centre provides a wide variety of Islamic courses and seminars. It is also the first and only mosque in the UK to offer the prestigious iSyllabus course for children.
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iSyllabus For Schools Graduation & Open Day 2017

iSyllabus For Schools Graduation and Open day. More information about the islamic studies course will be given on the day. All students from year 1 - 4 will be graduating on this day alhumdulilah :) Open to everyone 7pm Next week, Friday 2nd of June 2017 FREE EVENT

6/2/2017 7:00:00 PM +01:00

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Welcoming the Holy Month of Ramadan- WEC Family Dinner Evening

Join us for this month's inspirational evening (including a complementary hot dinner!) with Imam Zainul Abedin, and learn about the essence of Ramadhan as we approach this blessed month. Also get invaluable advice and health tips from Dr Guftar Shaikh (Consultant in Paediatric & Diabetes ) Our Prophet Muhammed (Peace be Upon Him) said, "When the month of Ramadan starts, the gates of the heaven are opened and the gates of Hell are closed and the devils are chained." (Bukhari 31:123) This is our official climate change project launch. Where we will be providing information on the exciting range of activities planned by the new WEC Climate Change project. So please come along and lets make a difference to our world together, insha'Allah! Text or E-mail your names (and number of any children attending) to: 07913720963 or admin@woodfarmeducationcentre.org.uk Programme for the Evening, Inshaa'Allah: 5.45PM Reception with tea,coffee & snacks 6.00PM Update on WEC Climate Change Project 6.35PM Talk by Dr Guftar. 7.00PM Asr Salah Prayer 7.15PM Talk by Imam Zain ul Abedin (with Q&A) 8.00PM Complimentary Meal Entry is FREE but donations are welcome towards the hot dinner.

5/20/2017 5:45:00 PM +01:00

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ERMF Interfaith Event@WEC "The mother's role in today's society"

East Renfrewshire Muslim Forum (ERMF), in conjunction with the monthly WEC Community Family Evenings programme, invite you to a Special Interfaith and Diversity Event (coinciding with Mother's Day) on: "The Mother's role in today's Society" The Event includes an Interfaith Panel Discussion Session comprising representatives from a number of commmunity and faith groups. Currently confirmed Panel members include co-President of the Glasgow Jewish Rep Council. Limited places, dont lose out! Please email your name(s) and age(s) to: admin@woodfarmeducationcentre.org.uk (you will receive confirmation). Creche available, upon request (subject to confirmation) ***Draft ERMF Interfaith Programme, Sunday 26th March @ WEC*** 5.45pm: Doors open/Tea & Coffee Reception (6pm: WEC Asar Salat/Jamat) 6.10pm: Welcome by Abdulazeem Climie 6.15-6.45pm: Talk: "The Mother's role in today's Society" by Shaykh Abdulaziz 6.45-7.30pm: Interfaith Panel Discussion - led by Abdulazeem Climie (WEC/ERMF), Evy Yedd (co-President of the Glasgow Jewish Rep Council) and Anthony Maclsaac (Representing the Catholic Church) 7.30-8pm: Refreshments (& WEC CCF Project Dissemination) & Close (7.50pm: WEC Magrib Salat/Prayer)

3/26/2017 5:45:00 PM +01:00

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Pizza Night

Your views and opinions count. Come and tell us what is important to you and start bringing these changes to your community. What changes would you like to see in your community? The focus is to see what climate action a community can effectively engage with. Please do come and join us the session will start at 5.30pm and finish at 7.30pm with free dinner and refreshments. If You need any more information. Please call 07702796349 or email: Fatima@greenguardians.org.uk

3/3/2017 5:30:00 PM +00:00

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Marriage in Islam: the qualities to look for in a husband/wife

Woodfarm Education Centre Presents Marriage In Islam An inspiring talk on Marriage and what to look for in a potential partner. By Shaykh Abdul Aziz Covering Topics: - Why get Married - Importance of Marriage - Benefits of Marriage - How to get married the right way - Choosing the right person - How to Find the right one - Compatibility - Difficulties in finding a partner - Completing half your Deen - Q&A session Official Launch of: Woodfarm Education Centres FREE Marriage Intro Service Come along and register. More information will be given at this event. Brothers and Sisters welcome. Please note this seminar is FREE and aimed at people who are not married although married couples are welcome. *Free Parking* Register your interest by emailing: Admin@woodfarmeducationcentre.org.uk To Register for the Marriage Intro Service: Marriageintro@woodfarmeducationcentre.org.uk

1/21/2017 6:00:00 PM +00:00

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WEC Children's Quran&Islamic studies parent evening/registration

Woodfarm Education Centre will like to invite you to Annual Parents Evening on14th of December. There will be an opportunity to discuss your child’s progress with their teachers or register your child for 4 day/week classes which cover Quran Tajweed, Islamic manners,character building,surahs with English translation and stories from the Holy Quran. To enquire please call: 07807156414

12/14/2016 5:00:00 PM +00:00

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WEC Fun day

WEC brings you a fun filled family fundraising event to raise imminent funds for the building extension. Bouncy castle, face painting, candles, clothes, food, refreshments, jewellery, cake stalls and a lot more For stall enquiries contact: 07791607636

11/6/2016 12:00:00 PM +00:00

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WEC iSyllabus for Schools Registration/Open Day

9/30/2016 7:15:00 PM +01:00

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How to maintain the spirit of sacrifice and Hajj-by Sh Abdulaziz

***Dont miss this month's WEC Monthly Community Family Evening, Sat 17th September 6pm-8pm on "How to maintain the spirit of sacrifice and Hajj in Islam", taught by our Shaykh Abdul Aziz Ahmed (as part of the exciting new Social Duties of a Muslim Series)*** FREE event for the whole family! (No registration required) Schedule, for Saturday, 17 Sep (inshaAllah!) Door open: 6PM (Asar Salat) 6.30PM - 7.30PM: Talk by Shaykh Abdulaziz 7.30PM - 8PM: Light refreshments (and maghrib jamat) 8PM: close Venue: Woodfarm Education Centre (WEC) 1 Burns Grove, Giffnock G46 7HF *********Biography of Shaykh Abdul Aziz Ahmed********** Shaykh Abdul Aziz Ahmed Fredericks was born in Nottingham in the United Kingdom where he completed his schooling before moving to Leicester for University studies. He completed a BEd degree in primary education specialising in Language Arts. He then went on to carry out post-graduate studies in Education in various universities including London University Institute of Education, Strathclyde University and the Open University. He also did research at the School of Oriental and African Studies. He has published a number of articles on education and designed the curriculum of Islamia School London at the time it achieved Voluntary Aided Status. The curriculum was published by the Islamia Schools Trust. He edited many books on Islam including several under the direct supervision of his teacher, Fethullah Gulen. He has worked as a teacher, Head Teacher and School Prinicipal in England, Scotland, South Africa, Saudi Arabia and USA. As an educational consultant, he has worked on projects in Turkey, Yemen, Kenya, Jordan and South Africa. He has a special interest in special educational needs and additional support and currently works full time as Additional Support Manager for a local education authority. He has worked as a policy advisor for several education authorities and schools including the UK Madrassah network. His Islamic Studies took him to various parts of the world where he studied under many prominent traditional scholars. They include Ahmed Mashur al-Haddad under whom he studied in Jeddah and Abdul Rahman al-Khitamy in Kenya. He translated the "Essentials of Islam" by Ahmed bin Zayn al-Habashi and "Forty Hadith on the Quran" by Mullah ‘Ali al-Qari and is currently working on translations of "al-Nasaih al-Dinniya" of Imam al-Haddad and "Riyadatul Sibyan" of Imam al-Ramli. Shaykh Abdul Aziz uses his teaching experience and a variety of modern teaching methods and an interactive style. He has taught various books around the world including "The Book of Assistance" of Imam al-Haddad and the "Forty Hadith" of Imam al-Nawawi. His interest in special educational needs drove him to co-found the organisation "Islamic Texts for the Blind" (Kitaba). The Islamic Texts for the Blind produces books in Braille and audio format, provides accessible online classes and has an accessible web site with Islamic resources and translations. They work with government and voluntary organisations to meet the religious and cultural needs of disabled Muslims. Shaykh Abdul Aziz authored the book: Living with Blindness, which was used to launch a number of conferences on "The Marginalised in Society" addressing issues of disability and access to mosques, institutions and Islamic teachings. He is an active campaigner for free and open access to Islamic teaching for all. He currently lives in Glasgow, Scotland, with his family.

9/17/2016 6:00:00 PM +01:00

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2016 Wecmed: The 3rd Annual Medical & Dental Application Workshop and 4th Annual WEC Careers Advice & Info Day 1-5PM Sun 4th Sep 2016

The Woodfarm Education Centre (WEC) presents: 2016 WECMED: The 3rd Annual Medical Application Workshop for Scottish Students Following on from the hugely successful workshops in previous years, we are pleased to announce the 3rd Annual WECMED! WECMED is an innovative and first of its kind programme in Scotland aimed at aspiring medical and dental students keen to find out more about the selection process for universities in Scotland. WECMED serves to inform and prepare students in years S5 and S6 throughout the entire process through a comprehensive programme including the following: -Faculty and Student Experience sharing – is medical school for you? What can you expect? -A career in medicine/ dentistry- first hand experience -Personal Statement (PS) Help Centre: Tips and advice on how to write a clear and concise personal statement. -Admission exam walkthrough: top tips for the UKCAT -Advice on all 4 sections (VR, AR, QR, SJT), with worked examples of each and time management techniques. -WECMED 2016 will be followed by the 3rd Annual WEC Careers Advice and Information Day from 4-5pm. This will include information stalls run by experts in a wide range of fields, who will be there to answer any queries you may have. WECMED is a programme for Scottish students, run by Medical students, Doctors and Dentists; it aims to become a valuable academic resource for the community; we are eager to help, even before you enter medical school! So come down for top tips and awesome help from the people who’ve been through the very process themselves. Since places are limited, and demand is expected to be high, a strict first come first served policy is in place. To reserve your FREE place (with an optional £10 donation payable at the door for your copy of the speakers materials), you are required to pre-register by texting your name and year of study to the following number: 07759099444 Here is some feedback from last year's WECMED workshop: 'I really enjoyed attending the Workshop today as it was both incredibly informative and extremely enjoyable. Both of the Medical students were able to answer any question that was thrown at them and the UKCAT tips were very helpful. Dr Ghouri's talk was also very helpful as it gave a clear insight into the life of a doctor. I would love for the workshop to happen again next year and benefit other students!' - Student Attendee 'Very good session, we should have regular sessions like this' - Student Attendee

9/4/2016 1:00:00 PM +01:00

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Ilyas & Duck - An Interactive story-tell

Woodfarm Education Centre and Discover Islam Scotland jointly present a family-fun evening of interactive story-telling with the adventures of 'Ilyas & Duck'. We are delighted to host Omar Khawaja, a Muslim American entrepreneur and an Award-winning author, visting Scotland for the very first time. FREE event and All welcome.

8/22/2016 5:00:00 PM +01:00

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Preparing for Ramadhan- WEC Familly Dinner Evening with Shaykh Abdulaziz

Join us for this month's inspirational evening (including a complementary hot dinner!) with our very own Shaykh Abdulaziz Ahmed, a leading Glasgow-based Islamic scholar, and learn about the essence of Ramadhan as we approach this blessed month. Our Prophet Muhammed (Peace be Upon Him) said, "When the month of Ramadan starts, the gates of the heaven are opened and the gates of Hell are closed and the devils are chained." (Bukhari 31:123) Entry is FREE but donations are welcome towards the hot dinner. Due to limited seats, pre-registeration is *required* (to also help us with catering): (i) Simply text your name (and number of any children attending) to: 07759099444 (you will receive confirmation of places). Programme for the Evening: 7.00PM- Doors Open 7.15PM- Asr Salat 7.30PM-8.30PM- 'Preparing for Ramadhan Talk 8:30PM- Complimentary Hot Dinner 9.52PM- Maghrib Salat and Close Venue: Woodfarm Education Centre (WEC), 1 Burns Grove, Giffnock G46 7HF ***Speaker Biography*** Shaykh Abdul Aziz Ahmed Fredericks was born in Nottingham in the United Kingdom where he completed his schooling before moving to Leicester for University studies. He completed a BEd degree in primary education specialising in Language Arts. He then went on to carry out post-graduate studies in Education in various universities including London University Institute of Education, Strathclyde University and the Open University. He also did research at the School of Oriental and African Studies. He has published a number of articles on education and designed the curriculum of Islamia School London at the time it achieved Voluntary Aided Status. The curriculum was published by the Islamia Schools Trust. He edited many books on Islam including several under the direct supervision of his teacher, Fethullah Gulen. He has worked as a teacher, Head Teacher and School Prinicipal in England, Scotland, South Africa, Saudi Arabia and USA. As an educational consultant, he has worked on projects in Turkey, Yemen, Kenya, Jordan and South Africa. He has a special interest in special educational needs and additional support and currently works full time as Additional Support Manager for a local education authority. He has worked as a policy advisor for several education authorities and schools including the UK Madrassah network. His Islamic Studies took him to various parts of the world where he studied under many prominent traditional scholars. They include Ahmed Mashur al-Haddad under whom he studied in Jeddah and Abdul Rahman al-Khitamy in Kenya. He translated the "Essentials of Islam" by Ahmed bin Zayn al-Habashi and "Forty Hadith on the Quran" by Mullah ‘Ali al-Qari and is currently working on translations of "al-Nasaih al-Dinniya" of Imam al-Haddad and "Riyadatul Sibyan" of Imam al-Ramli. Shaykh Abdul Aziz uses his teaching experience and a variety of modern teaching methods and an interactive style. He has taught various books around the world including "The Book of Assistance" of Imam al-Haddad and the "Forty Hadith" of Imam al-Nawawi. His interest in special educational needs drove him to co-found the organisation "Islamic Texts for the Blind" (Kitaba). The Islamic Texts for the Blind produces books in Braille and audio format, provides accessible online classes and has an accessible web site with Islamic resources and translations. They work with government and voluntary organisations to meet the religious and cultural needs of disabled Muslims. Shaykh Abdul Aziz authored the book: Living with Blindness, which was used to launch a number of conferences on "The Marginalised in Society" addressing issues of disability and access to mosques, institutions and Islamic teachings. He is an active campaigner for free and open access to Islamic teaching for all. Shaykh Abdul Aziz lives in Glasgow with his family.

5/28/2016 7:00:00 PM +01:00

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"Social duties of a Muslim Series - Towards our Neighbours" by Sh Abdulaziz Ahmed, @WEC Monthly Family Dinner Evening

***Dont miss this month's WEC Monthly Family Dinner Evening, Sat 23rd April 6pm-8.30pm, "Social Duties of a Muslim Towards our Neighbours", taught by our Shaykh Abdul Aziz Ahmed (as part of the exciting new Social Duties of a Muslim Series)*** The Almighty says: "O mankind. We have created you from a male and female and made you nations and tribes so you could come to know one another. Verily, the most honorable of you with Allah are the most righteous." (49:13) Social responsibility encompasses everyone by degrees. It starts with the Muslim and his personal sphere of life, extends to his family, then to the society he lives in, and finally to all the diverse societies that exist on Earth. This is a very important topic particularly in the current climate. This month's topic in the Series is: "Social Duties of a Muslim - Towards our Neighbours" Our Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) at one stage thought the angel Gabriel would bestow inheritance rights on neighbours; such was his insistence on their kind and fair treatment! Come and learn more from the inspiring company of our Shaykh AbdulAziz Ahmed. **Complementary (hot) family meal provided** Schedule inshaAllah (Sat, 23 April 2016) 6pm Doors open 6.30pm Asar Jamat 6.45pm Talk by Shaykh AbdulAziz (Social Duties of a Muslim: Towards Neighbours) 7.45pm Complementary hot dinner (donations welcome) 8.30pm close and Maghrib Salat Event is free but registration is required to assist with catering. Please email: admin@woodfarmeducationcentre.org.uk or text: 07759-099444

4/23/2016 6:00:00 PM +01:00

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Social Duties of a Muslim, by Shaykh Abdulaziz Ahmed, at the WEC Monthly Fa

Sat, 19th March, 5.30pm - 8.30pm Come and learn about social duties of a Muslim, covering our responsibilities towards neighbours, family members, co-workers, employees, government and the wider community! Schedule inshaAllah: Doors open: 5.30pm 5:30 - Costa Coffee & Krispy Kreme doughnuts from the CCF team 5.50pm - 6pm: Green Guardians/WEC Climate Change Project end celebration/update 6pm - 7pm: Social Duties of a Muslim talk by Shaykh Abdulaziz 7pm - 8pm: Complementary hot dinner (donations welcome) 8:30pm: Isha salat and close Event is free but registration is required to assist with catering. Please email: admin@woodfarmeducationcentre.org.uk or text: 07759-099444

3/19/2016 5:30:00 PM +00:00

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Health Awareness & Islamic Perspective on Organ Donation

5pm - Doors open 5:30-6pm - Kidney Research UK Speakers 6-7pm - Talk by Shaikh Abdul Aziz Ahmed 7-7:30pm - Q&A followed by Dinner/Health check ups/presentation by WEC CCF Team

1/31/2016 5:00:00 PM +00:00

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WEC Monthly Family Dinner with Shaykh Abdul Aziz on "Jesus (peace be upon him) in Islam"

***Don't miss this month's unique WEC Family Dinner on Saturday the 5th of December 6.00pm - 8.00pm*** Talk by Shaykh Abdul Aziz Ahmed on Jesus (peace be upon him) in Islam. WEC Climate Change team will also be there, updating you on what they have been up to over the past 7 months as well as signing up for home visits and the WEC cycling social club! - hot dinner served (FREE but registration required, send number of people attending to: 0775-9099444 or admin@woodfarmeducationcentre.org.uk )

12/5/2015 6:00:00 PM +00:00

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Reuse, Reduce, Recycle,

Our exciting new workshop from the GreenGuardians team is approaching! Come & learn about all the things you can recycle, you will be surprised. Become a Recyle Hero for the day from our face painter & answer our quiz to win prizes! Other activites: Fresh Juice tasting, Refreshments, fresh fruit & party food, Watch our new documentary from the Green Chocolate Taste Test, Mendhi, Facepainting, Stars & Heroes of recycling, Cycle of recycling, Power of recyling. Come along & become part of our 2nd documentary which will be made on the day! Don't forget to register on eventbrite.

11/14/2015 1:00:00 PM +00:00

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WEC Monthly Family Dinner with Shaykh Abdul Aziz on "Fostering & Adoption in Islam"

***Don't miss this month's unique WEC Family Dinner on Saturday the 31st of October 6.00pm - 8.00pm*** Talk by Shaykh Abdul Aziz Ahmed on Fostering & Adoption in Islam. WEC Climate Change team will also be there updating you on what they have been up to over the past 6 months as well as signing up for home visits and cycling workshop! - hot dinner served (FREE but registration required, send number of people attending to: 0775-9099444 or admin@woodfarmeducationcentre.org.uk ) Alternatively, get your tickets online via: http://ummah.events/wec/wec-monthly-family-dinner-with-shaykh-abdul-aziz-on-fostering-adoption-in-islam

10/31/2015 6:00:00 PM +00:00

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