Assalamu alaikum and welcome

maulana sheikh nazimmaulana sheikh mehmetOn the authority of Maulana Sheikh Nazim al Haqqani an-Naqshbandi al-Rabbani (qs) and his successor Sheikh Mehmet Adil ar Rabbani (qs)
"Those that remember Me in their heart, I remember them in My heart; and those that remember Me in a gathering, I remember them in a gathering better than theirs." (hadith qudsi)

This is the website of a Liverpool (UK) Naqshbandi-Haqqani Sufi circle. We have a weekly zikr/dhikr (a traditional chanting meditation practice) in Liverpool Central Library (top floor meeting room) between 3pm and 4.50pm every Sunday (map), to which everyone is welcome. BUT please check first the Liverpool Zikr Meetup Group for up to date information about cancellations etc, or email us.

More details:

  • Sundays 3 to 4.50pm
  • Liverpool Central Library (top floor meeting room)
  • Free of charge, always
  • All people are welcome (noisy children included!)
  • Free tea and biscuits!
  • Easy access from Liverpool Lime St station and other public transport
  • NO public car parking on site - please locate local parking or email
  • We sit on the floor, so bring a cushion/yoga mat if you need one
  • Hopefully some chairs will be available (if the library leave any)
  • There is no obligation to subscribe to our beliefs, or to join in. If you are just curious about islam or sufism then please visit us or email:

What is Zikr?

Zikr means remembrance of God. Our practice takes the form of various chants in arabic, while seated in a circle. The zikr typically takes between 30 and 45 mins to perform. When attending there is no compulsion to join in, just sit and listen if you like.

Those who believe, and their hearts find satisfaction in the remembrance of Allah: by remembering Allah truly satisfaction comes to the heart. (Quran 13:28)

The zikr is mixed, i.e. men, women and children are in the same room. There is usually tea and biscuits afterwards (free of course) and a chance to talk, or ask questions if you wish.

I believe in the religion of love, wherever its stages may go, as love is my religion and faith. (Mawlana Jalaluddin Rumi qs)

Allah Hu, Allah Hu, Allah Hu, Haqq!