In this episode of #SahabatMasjid, we pay a visit to Masjid Al-Amin in the heartlands of Telok Blangah!
Inspired by Sumatran Minang architecture, this mosque has a long history of serving the community, and was the location for several of Global Ehsan Singapore’s annual Ramadhan Charity Rides.
History of Masjid Al-Amin
The mosque, which can seat up to 3000 congregates, provides weekday lessons and a weekend madrasah to about 600 children. Evening hours are also used for Islamic studies sessions.
Masjid Al-Amin stands out among buildings in Telok Blangah with its brown structure, which was influenced by Sumatran Minang architecture!