Al-Ghazali Multicultural Centre is a community centre that responds to the needs of the diverse local community through the delivery of various projects and activities which promote inclusion and cohesion.
The centre delivers a resource that aims at developing children and young people’s social and learning abilities within a safe environment as well as increasing community participation and improving the quality of life. The centre stands as an Islamic resource provision for the Muslim and non- Muslim communities within Merseyside through promoting an understanding of Liverpool’s faith and heritages.
Al-Ghazali centre aims to continue to develop it’s partnerships through networking with statutory and voluntary organisations. The Centre has refurbished a redundant church on Earle Road in Liverpool 7 and now provides a wide range of support to the whole of the local community. It was established in 1992 by parents from the local Yemeni community led by the current Executive Director, Ustath Ahmed Saif, and originally focussed on providing Arabic language and cultural studies to the children of the local Muslim community. The purchase and refurbishment of the church building was made possible through local and international fundraising
The World Shotokan Karate Championship took place this year
Listen to Ahmed Saif (Executive Director) and Kamal Mashjari
Cultural Heritage Day at Thingwall Hall with Al-Ghazali