The Trust is dedicated to serving communities by offering spiritual solace through the teachings and practices of classical Sufi Islam. The Trust aspires to transform hearts and minds through Da’wah – an invitation to Islam - within a framework of religio-spiritual principles including multifaith dialogue and upholding universal humanitarian values.
It champions inclusivity and equality of opportunity for all and is specifically committed to reaching those who struggle to access learning and educational opportunities.
Through education, the Trust endeavours to build and strengthen ties, community engagement and promote partnerships with the diverse communities in mainstream British society.
Richness is not abundance of worldly goods, rather richness is richness of the heart."
The Trust is engaged in efforts to achieve the following:
establish innovative centres of classical and modern Islamic learning.
promote traditional and contemporary Islamic intellectual thought.
institute the study of Islamic scripture and make accessible its historical legacy.promote Sufism with a special focus on the teachings of Hazrat Sultan Bahu (d. 1691 C.E.).
set up training centres for Imams and specialist teachers.
inspire moral and spiritual development universally.
enthuse the new generation of Imams, teachers and volunteers to serve the Ummah compassionately and innovatively.
instil a sense of self-worth, pride and dignity among Muslims.
present an accurate, truly balanced and positive image of Islam to non-Muslims.
provide educational opportunities for all including the underprivileged and the disadvantaged.