The Islamic Society of Britain

aims to bring people together to provide services and projects inspired by faith to local communities

Launch of New Project!

ISB Classical to Contemporary Learning Modules

You can now access key courses on the Transformational Youth Leadership Programme:

  • Modules have been broken down into short 20 minute sections to suit our busy lives
  • Fascinating topics critical to developing an understanding of how to live faithfully today are available in an easy to use format

Courses include:

  • The Spiritual Code 
  • The Imams and the Madha’ib
  • Slavery
  • Human Rights
  • Gender Ethics 

To access:

Log onto, sign in, find ‘All courses’ and click on ‘All categories’ to find the ‘ISB Classical to Contemporary’ modules

More modules will be uploaded in the near future

Alternatively all courses are available in a non modular fashion on

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ISB Campus Development Circle - Thurs 25th November, 20:00-21:35

Please note, there will be 2 workshops with 2 separate logins

Workshop 1: How Dangerous Are Minority Opinions?
Zoom Meeting ID
874 2556 6527

Workshop 2:
Marriage and Sexual Intimacy (Part 2)

Generating love, compassion, and mercy as the foundations to nurture fulfilling sexual intimacy in marriage.

This will be in gender segregated breakout rooms with a separate login

For Workshop 2, all participants must be aged 17-26 years old or have attended Part 1 on ‘The Beauty of Marriage’ and have their cameras switched on.

Please email [email protected] to join

ISB Schools Outreach Project - Coaching Sessions!

Following our successful Awareness and Training Seminars, ISB Schools Outreach Project are delighted to run our upcoming Coaching Sessions.  

Are you keen to:

  • Help RS teachers present Islam at Schools 
  • Bring the faith to life with our support and resources
  • Present the rich values of our faith to students and clarify misconceptions and misunderstandings 
  • Showcase our mosques for immersive and memorable student experiences  


We have had fantastic feedback from students who learn so much from interacting with our school teams.

This work is reliant on volunteers who enjoy working with school children, sharing our values and helping to expand our understanding of faith communities in Britain. 

Register to watch our previous sessions (this is required to be familiar with our resource) and get prepared for our next phase of learning the skills to run a school-mosque workshop successfully.

To register, please follow the link: 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Who we are

We are individuals. We are volunteers – people offering time, skill and resource in many areas of the country. We are British, who want to take care of our country, its people and values. We are a membership body of Muslims, who put together projects and offer services inspired by our faith, to help, serve and bring good for all people.

Membership fees and charitable contributions fund the vast majority of our work, the remainder coming from funds raised for projects, and individuals donating their time and resources towards our aims.

What we do

The Islamic Society of Britain has played an important and positive part in how British Muslims think about their faith.

Some of our innovative activities often broke new ground, emboldening and empowering many others to create projects of their own.

The official aims of the Islamic Society of Britain are:


Campus provides 16 - 25 year olds a space to explore their faith
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Young Muslims

YM educates 9 - 16 year olds through fun activities
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Schools Project

The ISB Schools project provides interactive workshops in schools
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