The Islamic Society of Britain

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

Seeking the Divine: Campus Residential
Introducing ISB's first Campus residential since lockdown! Join us on 12-14th November 2021
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ISB Campus Development Circle - Wednesday 27th October, 20:00-21:50


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.

Please email [email protected] with your age and you will be sent the login details.


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.

ISB Annual Members Meeting - Saturday 30th October, 10am - 1pm

The Islamic Society of Britain invites you to the 2021 Annual Membership Meeting to hear about our past year’s achievements, our plans for the future and participate in elections.

Given the uncertainty around the spread of COVID-19, this year’s meeting will be held online via video conferencing.

As this will be the end of the two-year term for the current Shura, we shall be holding virtual elections for a new Chair and members of the Shura.

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

Campus presents: Seeking the Divine - Weekend Residential, 12th - 14th November

Featuring interactive workshops, discussions, reminders, dhikr, ice breakers, entertainment and a Saturday night formal dinner! (Dress code – Smart casual) 

Finding faith, friendship and community 

Invite a friend who attends a Campus event for the first time and you can both get half price tickets! 


  1. Seeking the Divine – Sheikh Shafi Chowdhury
  2. Learning the Names of God – Lucy Bushill-Matthews
  3. God, Beyond His 99 Names – Dr Rizwan Syed

Youth Circles: Choose the circle for you

We have a range of regular youth circles for various age ranges! 

Join us for

  • Spiritual reminders
  • Educational talks
  • Engaging discussions


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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