About UKIM Peterborough
Masjid Khadijah and Islamic Centre is a unique community centre based in central Peterborough. The mosque was established in 1986 in a small house on Cromwell Road and has been expanding ever since. Despite its relatively small size, the mosque prides itself on the diversity and quality of activities we offer to the community.
Over the years, the mosque has established excellent links with communities in the area and is proud to be the centre of relations between Muslims and the wider community within Peterborough. The mosque welcomes people from from all walks of life, irrespective of race, colour, creed or gender.
The mosque is a branch of a wider organisation called UK Islamic Mission. UKIM is one of the oldest nationwide Islamic organisations in the UK, with over forty-five branches and thirty mosques across the UK.
Aims & Objectives
- Act as a place of worship for the Muslims in Peterborough.
- Developing the community through our mosque, education, charitable, sports, and social activities.
- Reaching out to the society at large in order to share Islam; its beliefs, values, principles and way of life.
- Taking a lead in improving individuals and society in all its dimensions.