|May 11, 2021|
|Fajr||2:32 am||4:00 am|
|Zhuhr||12:57 pm||1:30 pm|
|'Asr||5:08 pm||7:30 pm|
|Maghrib||8:41 pm||8:46 pm|
|'Esha||10:00 pm||10:15 pm|
In this article we have outlined the sunnahs of Eid and how we should conduct ourselves especially in this unusual time of social distancing – Eid Mubarak in advance! We are living in a very unusual time of a pandemic which has forced our Mosques and Centres to have limited capacity due to social distancing.
When the month of Ramadan finishes, there is a specific payment known as Zakaat ul fitr (or sadaqaat ul fitr) that is made which the prophet (ﷺ) made obligatory on all people whether they fasted or not. It is a zakaah on the individual rather than on wealth and must be paid for each individual.
Our Ramadan Timetable for 2021 is now available to view or download.
We are able to offer limited places for Taraweeh for those who have not booked. Please ensure you arrive at the centre 10 minutes before the prayer with facemask, prayer mat and shoebag Jazakallhu Khair
Each night of Ramadan we will be posting a summary of the verses usually recited in Taraweeh to gain a basic understanding of the messages of the Qur’an. NIGHT TWENTY-EIGHT The 29th Juz is recited in this Tarawîh. This Juz includes Sûrahs Mulk, Qalam, Haqqah, Ma’ârij, Nûh, Jinn, Muzzammil, Muddathir, Qiyâmah, Insân and Mursalâh. Allâh