Time: These short sessions are done after Fajr prayer on a daily-basis excepting Saturdays and Tuesdays.
Content: these sessions take the form of commentaries on the hadiths (legacy) of Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him). These commentaries cover different aspects of the Islamic traditions; for instance, historical, linguistical and exegetical.
Goals: these sessions aim at charging the spiritual batteries of those who make it to the masjid at the beginning of their day. It also aims at getting the attendants closer to the Islamic scholarly traditions by way of facilitating the terms the author of the book uses and further explicating the different juristic aspects of Islam.
Time: After Isha on Wednesday
Content: These sessions are a bit more specialized in terms of targeting a certain audience of the Bath Muslim youth. The sessions are more concerned with pure scholarly discussions as well as tackling contemporary issues that face Muslim youth.
Goals: these sessions aim at showing the diversity of the Muslim traditions and helping Muslim new generation relate the Muslim traditions to their present day.
-Delivering short courses/lectures as requested on Islam to the neighboring communities, such as Bath College and the surrounding churches.
-Receiving school visits to the Islamic center.
-Arranging talks with the chaplaincy team at the University of Bath.
-Organizing scriptural reasoning sessions between the Jewish, Christian and Muslim members of the Bath community.