WELCOME TO THE OTAGO MUSLIM ASSOCIATION WEBSITE
Assalamualaikum/peace be upon you,
This website is aimed at providing some information regarding to our association, the services it provides and its latest activities.
You can also access our facebook page should this be more convenient to you.
If the information that you require is not available here, please feel free to contact us via the "contact us" section of this website.
LATEST NEWS ON OMA FACEBOOK
ALHUDA MASJID ARE OPEN FOR PRAYER
We are at alert level 1. Take care of yourself, if you are sick stay home. Keep washing your hands!
We appreciate donation for our association. The account no is:
Kiwibank account : 38-9017-0668964-00
Your donation will go towards improving the security of the mosque, making a safer and healthy environment and redevelopment of the mosque. We also provide support to our community especially new refugees.
Dunedin Police: 471 4800
Ministry of health hotline:
Visit by Minister Andrew Little to the masjid at 10:30am on the issue of Royal Commission on 15th March attack
Welcoming for the students by Otago Muslim Chaplaincy
21 Clyde Street,
Otago Muslim Football Association
If you are interested to join please contact Br Rizwan at:
Notice: Timaru mosque fundraising
Please see notice at gogefunding.com as above
Otago Tertiary Muslim Chaplaincy Board
Please contact Br Haizal Hussaini at if you are interested in joining the chaplaincy.
SUPPORT AND CONTRIBUTION
Our community is growing with the welcoming of Syrian refugee families to Dunedin. Our Islamic Centre is now buzzing with activities in support of the Syrian families as well as our community. We welcome donation or contribution particularly for the mosque redevelopment to fit our growing needs. The Al Huda Islamic Sunday school has grown tremendously, and we appreciate all the support for the children education. For donation you can do it online or contact us via email at :
OTAGO MUSLIM ASSOCIATION
Among the first muslim in Otago region were the Chinese immigrant in the late 1800. In the 1874 government census reported 15 Chinese gold diggers working in the Dunstan gold fields of Otago in the 1870s. By 1995, the number of Muslim families permanently residing in Dunedin and the number of overseas students had grown rapidly and there was a need to establish a mosque in Dunedin. The Otago Muslim Association Incorporated (OMA) was thus established in that year with the aim of catering for the needs of Muslims in the city of Dunedin and the provincial regions of Otago and Southland.
OFFICE BEARER 2021/2022
Chairman : Br Mohammed Rizwan
Vice Chairman : Br Haizal Hussaini
Secretary General: Br Abdullah Barazanchi
Treasurer: Br Steve Johnston
Br Abdal Moneem
(to be co-opted)
Sunday school principal: Sis Nurulhuda Thiyahuddin