Brick Lane Mosque

• 1743 Built as a French Protestant Church.

• 1819 Methodist Chapel.

• 1898 Spitalfields Great Synagogue.

• 1976 The Brick Lane Jamme Masjid.

“The building that houses the Jamme Masjid, as has often been remarked, represents the history of successive communities of immigrants into London; from this point of view it may be called one of the most remarkable and evocative buildings in the area and one of London’s architectural and historic treasures”
Inwood 1998, 869 & Nairn 1966, 168.

Venue Type:

Heritage site, Sacred space

Brick Lane Mosque
59 Brick Lane
Greater London
E1 6PU



020 7247 6052

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