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Praying In Mosque

Current Work

Our organization has been involved in various projects aimed at promoting Islamic education and community development. The New Muslim Project helps new converts navigate their spiritual journey, while the University Chaplaincy provides support to Muslim students on campus. The Auckland City Islamic Centre will serve as a hub for the local Muslim community, offering daily prayers and a range of educational and social activities. Al-Hikmah Youth is a program that empowers young Muslims through leadership training and community service. The House of Wisdom is a learning organisation that offers courses in Islamic studies, language, and culture. Finally, the Gift a Smile project provides aid to disadvantaged communities, both locally and internationally. Through these initiatives, we strive to promote the values of compassion, inclusivity, and social responsibility.


Auckland City Islamic Centre

The Auckland City Islamic Centre is our vision for a space that consolidates all of Al-Hikmah Trust's activities under one roof. With 4 floors of purpose-built spaces, the centre will feature a cafe and exhibition space, a House of Wisdom for learning and education, a basketball court that can be used as a Jummah prayer hall, and a daily prayer space.

This Centre will be a beacon of hope and inspiration for the Muslim community in Auckland, a space for learning, growth, and reflection. We are still fundraising for this project, but with your support, we can make it a reality. Join us in building a brighter future for our community.


House of Wisdom

House of Wisdom aims to provide students with an opportunity to understand Islam through courses taught by experts in various subjects. To start, we offer courses in the Arabic Language and Quranic science of Tajweed. Courses in Islamic history, Social sciences and more will be offered in the future. It's through knowledge and understanding that we can build bridges with our wider community, and spread the light of this beautiful way of life. Find out more here



New Muslim Project

The New Muslim Project is all about building a welcoming and supportive community for those who have recently embraced Islam. We understand that embarking on this new journey can be both exciting and overwhelming, which is why we organize events that offer opportunities to form new relationships and deepen one's understanding of the faith. Our goal is to create a safe and nurturing space that inspires and uplifts new Muslims, empowering them to live their best lives as faithful members of our community.


Al-Hikmah Youth

At Al-Hikmah Youth, we believe in empowering the next generation of Muslim leaders by providing opportunities for growth, learning, and community building. Through our events and activities, we aim to strengthen the Islamic identity of youth and inspire them to become positive change-makers in their communities. Through sports, camps, and educational programs, we strive to create an inclusive and supportive space where youth can thrive and develop the skills they need to make a meaningful impact on the world.



Gift a Smile

Gift a Smile is our initiative to bring joy and support to those in need within our community. Through our programs and activities, we aim to provide assistance and relief to the most vulnerable members of our community, including families, refugees, and the elderly. Whether it's through food distribution, charity drives, or other forms of assistance, our goal is to make a positive impact and bring smiles to the faces of those who need it most. Join us in spreading love and kindness throughout our community through Gift a Smile.


University Chaplaincy

The University Chaplaincy is a space where Muslim students at any university in Auckland can find support and guidance from our main Sheikh Rafat. Whether it's academic or personal issues, our chaplaincy is here to help students navigate the challenges they may face during their university journey. Our goal is to create a welcoming and inclusive environment where students can feel supported and connected to their faith. 

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