It was the vision of many Muslims in the Oadby and Wigston area to form a unified and coherent group in order to serve the local Muslim population.
A number of dedicated Muslim brothers and sisters took it upon themselves to get together more than 15 years ago, in the hope of fulfilling this vision. This group grew in strength with time, and in 2005 the charitable organisation, Oadby and Wigston Muslim Association (“OWMA”) was established.
The OWMA is a registered charity (Registered Charity number 1108355), democratically set up and run by local Muslims, with the primary aim to enhance and promote the Islamic faith in the Oadby and Wigston area and provide appropriate premises for a dedicated Muslim Cultural Centre for the community.
Additionally the Muslim School Oadby (a supplementary school) provides Islamic education to children between the ages of 5 and 12 and classes are currently held at the OWMA Community Centre on Sandhurst Street, Oadby
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The OWMA Ladies Committee hold a monthly Dhikr programme the last Friday of each month at 7.30pm – this is a Sisters Only gathering.
Oadby Monthly Dhikr Gathering
Date: Friday, 26th April
Time: 7:30pm prompt
~ By Your Remembrance, O Lord, my certitude in You has increased and by nearness to You I have become firm.
~ I supplicate to You amidst the darkness of nights, imploring and I hear within myself the answer: Amen
Excerpt from the poem ‘The Remembrance of Allah’
by Sayyid Shaykh Muhammad Al-Yaqoubi
Translated by Sayyidah Aisha Al-Yaqoubi
Gathering organised by OWMA ladies committee in conjunction with Sacred Knowledge.
Dhikr under the guidance of Sayyid Shaykh Muhammad Al Yaqoubi