Abubakr Mosque Re-Opening on 4 July

As COVID-19 virus is still a threat, the mosque has put in place measures to minimize the risk of transmission following a detailed risk assessment, and in line with government guidelines and advice offered by Muslim Council of Britain

These procedures are for your own safety, the safety of your families and the surrounding community. Please help us by co-operating with our volunteer members, who are working to make the opening of the mosque successful and legally compliant
COME PREPARED

🟢 Please perform wudu at home. There will be no wudu facilities at the mosque

🟢 Bring your own prayer mat, which must be taken away after prayers

🟢 Bring your own face mask, or face covering.

🟢 Please pray your Sunnah and Nawafil at home

🟢 We have limited capacity, so be mindful that entry is not guaranteed



PLEASE DO NOT COME TO THE MOSQUE

🔴 If you have COVID-19 symptoms like Fever, Persistent Cough, Loss of Smell or Taste, Trouble in Breathing, or otherwise feel unwell.

🔴 If you are vulnerable due to age, or have underlying health conditions, or shielding.

🔴 Currently we can not accomodate ladies or children
WHILE IN THE MOSQUE

🟢 Put your shoes in the bag provided at entrance, and keep these with you.

🟢 Use the hand sanitizer provided on entering, and when leaving the mosque

🟢 Maintain the one metre social distancing at all times

🟢 Keep your face mask or covering on in the mosque

🟢 Remain on your prayer mat after the prayer is finished, until guided by our volunteers

NOTE
🟡 Mosque doors will open 15 minutes before the congregational prayer and close 15 minutes after
🟡 For Friday prayers, doors will open 30 minutes before Jummah prayer and close 30 minutes after
🟡 Please cover your face with tissues when coughing or sneezing, and discard in bins provided or take away with you
🟡 When the allocated spaces are all filled, the mosque doors will be closed
🟡 If you feel unwell in the mosque, seek help from our volunteers immediately

Abubakr Mosque

Situated on Southall Broadway, a prime site in a cosmopolitan town. Following refurbishment and extension this building offers substantial space spread over four floors.
The mosque serves a diverse mix of Muslims from all corners of the world. People from Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Somalia and North Africa constitute the majority of the worshippers.
Named after the first Khalifa of Islam, Abubakr Siddique (RA), the centre serves the community through Dawah, Information and Education.
The mosque is within easy reach of M4, M25, A40(M40), North Circular Road, Heathrow Airport and British Rail. The nearest London Underground station is Ealing Broadway.


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Jummah prayers start at 1:30 p.m. There is only one Jummah prayer at Abubakr Mosque.


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