23rd September 2021 · 16 Safar 1443
PRAYER TIMETABLE · JUM'A KHUTBAH BEGINS 13:15

FAJR
ZUHR
ASR
MAGHRIB
ISHA
JAMA‘AT
06:00
13:30
17:45
18:58
20:45
BEGINS
05:14
12:57
16:57
18:58
20:12
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23rd
September 2021
16 Safar 1443

Upcoming prayer at the Mosque

Maghrib · 18:58

FAJR
ZUHR
ASR
MAGHRIB
ISHA
JAMA‘AT
06:00
13:30
17:45
18:58
20:45
BEGINS
05:14
12:57
16:57
18:58
20:12

OPENING INFORMATION - LOCKDOWN 3

Please remember: Wear a face covering Bring own prayer mat Bring shoe bag No wudhu or toilet at mosque
Follow this link for opening periods and full guidance.

Congregational prayers will continue strictly for local worshippers only.
Tickets required for Friday Jum’a as spaces limited: Book free here at Eventbrite
For Jum’a entry, must present a ticket, electronic or printed and must be a local resident.

COVID-19 Community Support continues so please contact us for assistance.
Stay connected to the mosque through our Live Streams.
Nikkahs and Shahadas will continue to be held online with Janazas at burial site only.

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