Friday 23 Jul | Prayer Timetable
Friday 23 Jul, 2021 | Prayer Timetable
Friday 23 July, 2021 | Prayer Timetable

July 23, 2021
Fajr Jama'ah

4:30 am

Begins3:23 am5:13 am1:14 pm6:33 pm9:06 pm10:45 pm
Jama'ah4:30 am1:30 pm7:30 pm9:06 pm10:50 pm

July 23, 2021
Fajr Jama'ah

4:30 am

Prayer Begins Jama'ah
Fajr3:23 am 4:30 am
Sunrise5:13 am
Jumuah1:14 pm 1:30 pm
Asr6:33 pm 7:30 pm
Maghrib9:06 pm 9:06 pm
Isha10:45 pm 10:50 pm


July 16, 2021|

للَّهُ أَكْبَرُ اللَّهُ أَكْبَرُ لَا إلَهَ إلَّا اللَّهُ. وَاَللَّهُ أَكْبَرُ اللَّهُ أَكْبَرُ وَلِلَّهِ الْحَمْدُ

Eid Al Adha will be celebrated on Wednesday the 21st of July. Eid prayer timings are as follows:

7am – Hafiz Muhammad Akram (men & women)

8am – Ustaad Attar Attari (men & women)

9am – Imam Saeed Hashmi (men and women)

10am – Shaykh Naveed Arif (men only)


Masks are still mandatory

*Single prayer spacing *No need to bring a prayer mat *Shoe racks will be open

Please ensure to arrive on time and try and attend the earlier prayers.

Please avoid meeting and hugging inside the Masjid after Eid prayers, also remember to sanitise hands and avoid the Masjid if you have any flu like symptoms.

Please try and walk to the Masjid to attain extra reward and to reduce congestion.

Please recite the takbeer tashreeq abundantly .

May Allah(swt) accept all our sacrifices. May Allah (swt) place mercy upon all the Muslims all around the world on this happy occasion of Eid al Adha.

Eid Mubarak to everyone.

Mosque Opening Information

July 18, 2021|

We are pleased to announce that we are open for all congregational prayers. Please remember to wear a face mask and please pray on a marked space.

Please be advised:

• There are limited wudu and toilet facilities available, please make wudu at home • Please regularly sanitize your hands • Maintain social distancing rules • Avoid handshaking and hugs

Friday (Juma’a) Prayers:

First Juma’at is at 1:30 with Imam Hashmi with men only.
Second Juma’at is at 2:30 with Shaykh Naveed for ladies and men.
Limited parking is available please park responsibly. Please try to walk to the mosque.

Covid Vaccination Centre

March 26, 2021|

We are delighted to announce that the Shah Jahan Mosque (SJM) is now an official Covid vaccination centre, supporting the ongoing efforts of staff and volunteers from the NHS.

With the Prime Minister having recently laid out a national roadmap to exit lockdown, the race is on to get as many people as vaccinated as quickly as possible as we bid for normality to return.

So, we did not think twice when the opportunity arose to offer our facilities to the NHS as a vaccination centre, with over 50 local residents receiving their first dose on […]

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