Easton Jamia Masjid

66 St.Marks Road, Easton, Bristol

The Easton Mosque as it is commonly known is situated in an old Church hall near the shops in St Marks Road. It is one of the larger Mosques in Bristol holding up to 600 people (Approx 400 men and 200 women places ). It opens on a daily basis for the five congregation prayers. The congregation is of mixed origins but with a Pakistani majority, following the Hanafi/Barelvi school of thought in Islam.

The key aim of the Easton Jamia Masjid is to educate the youth of Islam and all its variants, enabling them to live a life of respect, humbleness and honour. The Mosque aims to inspire the love and honour of Islam into the hearts and minds of the community. They aim to prepare the community as good ambassadors of Islam with their good behaviour, noble citizenship and civilised manners.

The Mosque opens for 5 prayers a day and also Friday prayers. There are also lessons that take place in order to teach children the Quran, prayer and Islamic discipline.

For further information please contact the chair Mr Abdul Malik 0774 7722334


Founding Member of the "Council Of Bristol Mosques" (CBM)