Our Vision & Mission
A centre of Garden of Knowledge
The construction of Al-Amin mosque was first initiated in 1982 by the Mosque Construction Committee, Jawatankuasa Pembinaan Masjid (JPM). This mosque can accommodate a large capacity of 2000 congregants.
In the beginning, Allahyarham Ustaz Haji Mofradi spearheaded a group of six members of JPM that was established by Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura (MUIS) on May 1981.
Its design is influenced by both Islamic elements and Malay culture. Consequently, they have come to an agreement for the mosque to be in a form of Minangkabau influence as seen today.
It is first launched in 1st May 1991 by Members of Bedok Parliament, Mr Ibrahim Othman. This mosque was built to in replacement of Radin Mas Mosque that was demolished in 2001 to fulfill the overgrowing community of Telok Blangah and Bukit Merah estate. At present, Al-Amin Mosque has undergone the first phase of upgrading works that has completed in November 2014.
Mosque Award attained MERIT for the following category:
- Contribution towards Community Befriending Project 2011
- Community-friendly – 2008 to 2009
- In Appreciation of your contribution towards Community Befriending Project 2011, 2012
- IRCC Harmony Tour – 21st November 2015
- World Interfaith Harmony Week YIPA Asian Week – 2016
- Recognition for a Muslim Religious School pursuant to Part 2 of the Administration of Muslim Law (Muslim Religious School) Rules – 2017
To live up to our vision of being a centre of Garden of Knowledge, Al-Amin host programmes to deepen different aspects of Islamic knowledge. Click here to view more of our programmes page.