Built in 1983, En-Naeem Mosque strives to provide quality Islamic learning and social programs for the Muslim community, while promoting good relations with other religious organisations, civic groups and people of other faiths.


Located at the junction of Hougang Avenue 3 and Tampines Road, En-Naeem Mosque was initially equipped with only 2 classrooms. In the 34 years since, the mosque underwent 3 major phases of upgrading – in 1994, 2006 and 2015 – that saw the number of classes increased to 12, congregants’ capacity increased to about 3,500 and a new elevator installed to provide better accessibility to Jemaah of various ages.


Beyond the primary function as a place of worship, En-Naeem Mosque also provides various services to cater the needs of our Jemaah. We are proud to be among the select mosques in Singapore running an ECDA (Early Childhood Development Agency) approved kindergarten and providing structured religious classes for the younger generations in the form of ALIVE madrasah. Starting 2018, En-Naeem Mosque will be one of the ADIL (ADult Islamic Learning) centres providing a structured religious education pathway for working adults in Singapore.


Helmed by the Mosque Management Board, the mosque is staffed with qualified personnel manning the daily operations and functions of the organisation. Support from the community comes in the shape of our volunteers, with our Befrienders, Khalifah (Male), An-Niswah (Female), and al-Fataa and az-Zahra (Youth), lending their strength and expertise to carry out projects that benefit the community at large.


As a thread in the fabric of community, En-Naeem Mosque continues to seek ways to work together with other partners and agencies in the area and at national level to provide services to the community. Among our partners are: Yayasan MENDAKI, Hougang Family Service Centre, Madrasah Irsyad Zuhri al-Islamiah, Singapore Girls’ Home and grassroots organisations such as IRCC (Inter-racial and Religious Confidence Circle) and community centres.