2009 – Abrahamic Foundation is established

The Abrahamic Foundation was established in 2009 to serve the diverse needs of the Muslim community. It was founded by a group of scholars, teachers and other professional members of the community.

2010 – Official Registration

The Abrahamic Foundation is registered as a charity and company

2011 – First Building

We move into our first rented building on Grove Lane, Smethwick. Community and educational activities kick-off.

2012 – Hear Me Out!

The Hear Me Out Youth Project is launched

2013 – Second Building

We purchase and move into 215 High Street – our current premises.

  • AFIAH, Abrahamic Foundation Islamic Advisory Hub launched
  • The Lighthouse Madrasah is established
  • The Learning Base Tuition Centre launches from our premises

2014 – Prayers start

We begin Friday prayers and Ramadan tarawih after building works completed. We also had a few other notable milestones this year:

  • First Abrahamic Foundation Hajj group consisting of 17 pilgrims departs
  • First Abrahamic Foundation Umrah group departs

2015 – Community Outreach

2015, The Abrahamic Foundation Community Outreach is formalised

2019 – Important Hire

Employment of first Centre Manager and Office Administrator

2020 – Year of COVID-19

COVID-19 moves us to digitalise and develop our services for an online presence. We also formalised our Adult Courses, and the Birmingham Muslim College is established.

2021 – Refreshed Online Presence

The Abrahamic Foundation new website and logo is launched.

We also kick off a campaign to find and fund a new venue due to no growth capacity in current premises

2023 – Abrahamic Foundation purchase neighbouring building and land

Our search comes to an end after ten years and 53 Crockets Lane is purchased through community efforts. ولله الحمد

2024 – Resident Scholar Appointed

Dr Mohammed Ali Belaoo is appointed as Director of Religious Affairs and takes the helm of the Imams’s Office