Baitul Futuh
The Bait'ul Futuh Mosque (English: House of Victories) is claimed to be the largest mosque in Europe . According to some estimates it is the second largest after the Mosque of Rome - with an area of 5.2 acres (21,000 m 2), the mosque complex can accommodate up to 10,000 worshippers. Built in 2003 at a cost of approximately £5.5 million, entirely from donations of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, it is located in the south-west London suburb of Morden, next to Morden South railway station, 150 yards from the Morden Underground.

The foundation stone was placed by Hazrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad on the 19 October 1999, in a ceremony attended by 2000 guests, and inaugurated by the current head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, on the 3 October 2003. Although based at Fazl Mosque, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad delivers his weekly Khutbah (Friday sermon) from Baitul Futuh. The opening ceremony was attended by over 600 guests; those present included High Commissioners, Deputy High Commissioners, Members of European Parliament, Members of Parliament, Mayors of London boroughs, councilors, university lecturers, and representatives of 17 countries.

Services to the Community
Several events are held at the Bait'ul Futuh Mosque to serve both the Muslim and greater community. In addition to regular prayers, its services include an annual Peace Symposiums, school tours, other local community events, as well as the 'Merton Youth Partnership Annual Conference' , hosting the BBC Radio 4 Programme Any Questions? , and is included in Open House London. The Baitul Futuh Mosque has acted as the centre for the 'Loyalty, Freedom and Peace Campaign' , which seeks to promote Islam as a peaceful religion, and to improve the integration of Muslims and non-Muslims. Peace Symposium 2010 saw the first historic Ahmadiyya Muslim Peace Prize awarded to Lord Eric Avebury at the Mosque. The Mosque receives over 10,000 visitors a year from schools, faith groups, public service organizations, charities, local and central government, and other groups.

  • Prayer halls for Men and Women
  • Offices
  • Library
  • Exhibition
  • Multi-functional rooms
  • MTA Television Studios
  • Kitchen & Dine
  • Gymnasium
  • Guest rooms
  • Disabled access.
  • Wash-room Facilities:
    • WC's
    • Wash Basins
    • Footbaths
    • Showers
    • Drinking Fountains
    • Baby Changing Units
    • Toilets for the Disabled
    • WC's and Wash Basins for Crèche