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History of the Centre

The centre opened in 1994 in Burnage, south Manchester. The location and amenities of the premises allowed for the establishment of a fully-functioning congregational mosque, which provides a place for the performance of the obligatory five times daily prayers, as well as the Friday Prayer and other events in the Islamic calendar.  These services, and also the Sufi gatherings described above, are much-appreciated by the many Muslims who live in the area.
Links have been forged with local schools, and these often send groups of children to the Khanqah as part of their religious education syllabus. The Khanqah committee also joined the local Police and Community Partnership scheme in 1997, and representatives of the Khanqah have continued to attend and contribute to these meetings to this day.

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