Jumu’ah – Limited Arrangements

JUMMAH SALAAH AT MICC

If you wish to attend jummah salaah at MICC you MUST register via eventbrite via either of the links,

1.15pm Salaah

https://micc-jummah-1-15pm.eventbrite.co.uk

2.00pm Salaah

https://micc-jummah-2-00pm.eventbrite.co.uk

DO NOT COME TO THE MASJID IF YOU HAVE NOT REGISTERED

To attend the masjid you should adhere to the following guideines,

Who Should Attend?

  • Those aged between 12 and 60
  • Those with no flu like symptoms and no underlying health conditions
  • Due to lack of volunteers the ladies section is currently closed

Preparatory measures while attending the Mosque you must,

  • Perform wudhu at home
  • Bring your own prayer mat
  • Wear a mask
  • Pray the sunnah prayers at home
  • Bring a carrier bag to carry your shoes
  • Bring your own copy of the Qur’an

Attending the Mosque

Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the salaah time. Please queue outside where your ticket will be checked.

  • Use hand sanitiser upon arrival
  • Observe the 1.5+ metre social distancing rule when entering the mosque
  • Leave immediately after the fardh/ obligatory prayer
  • If any member of the public does not adhere to these rules they will not be allowed access to the masjid and they will be asked politely to leave.

We would like to thank the community for supporting us during this difficult time.

MICC Management

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Masjid Re-Opening

UPDATE: THE MASJID IS NOW OPENED for regular salah. A number of rules and restrictions have been placed on us in order to be able to open as follows…

  • Door will be open 15mins before and after jammat times
  • Fard jammat prayer only – no sunnah/nafl prayers should be prayed
  • Bring your own prayer mat
  • Come with wudhu, wudhu facilities and bathrooms are closed
  • Bring a bag for shoes, shoe areas are closed, you must keep shoes in a bag with you
  • Social distancing measures MUST be adhered to at all times

Full rules and guidance can be seen on the attached poster. Arrangements for Jummua will be communicated separately.

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