Wycombe Islamic Network

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WIN (Wycombe Islamic Network) is a masjid initiative dedicated to developing the Islamic leaders of tomorrow. The network, founded in 2014, aimed to focus specifically on young brothers and nurture an appreciation, enthusiasm and love among the next generation for an Islamic way of life.

It endeavours to facilitate, through its activities, a sense of unity and brotherhood among the young Muslims of Wycombe, while at the same time using sound Islamic knowledge to help develop a stronger and more confident Muslim personality.

The ultimate aim of WIN is to help young Muslims develop a positive relationship with their Creator; allowing them to benefit not only themselves but also the wider community.

WIN’s activities are focused mainly on self-development and dawah. It is run by a core group of brothers in their 20’s with support and guidance from the WISE shura. WIN’s regular activities include a themed ‘Brother’s Night’ that takes place every six weeks during each school half-term featuring Islamic reminders, games, food and more.

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There are also fortnightly Monday Ilm sessions delivered by Shaykh Abu Rumaysah focusing on Fiqh, Aqeedah and Seerah. The classes have been running successfully for over three years and offer a chance for young minds to ask any questions and clarify misconceptions relating to Islam in the 21st Century.

Some of WIN’s other successful activities include ongoing volunteering for ‘Wycombe Homeless Connection’, climbing Mount Snowdon for said charity (raising over £1000 and being featured in the Bucks Free Press), the WIN Summer Spiritual Retreat, Paint-balling & Go-Karting events and football at Heathrow Goals every Friday.

We’re always looking to expand the brotherhood. If you want to get involved as a volunteer, improve your Islamic knowledge or just want to chill out (mostly eating!) with us in an open, relaxed and easy environment, then get in touch!