• Welcome to the website of the Ipswich & Suffolk Bangladeshi Muslim Community Centre and Mosque. This building, which once served as a Victorian Fire Station, could only accommodate 70 people. Hence, in 1994, we purchased a Portacabin to increase capacity, but before long it began to overflow on Fridays and during Ramadan and Eid.
  • Ipswich Mosque is open for all of the five daily prayers.
  • Religious Advice and Counselling, Marriage Solemnisation , Funeral (Janazah) and more.
Daily Jama'at Time
Monday 28 Sep 2020














After Adhan






ZA-WAAL time is 10 minutes before ZHUR beginning time.
The Mosque will be open 20 mins before and after each Salah.
Quick Masjid Notifications
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Welcome to the Ipswich Mosque

Ipswich & Suffolk Bangladeshi Muslim Community Centre and Mosque.

Masjid Services - Currently Limited

Please Note:
Due to Covid19 we are operating a very limited service at present.
Please read and understand the terms and conditions before attending the Mosque.

3 basic rules that apply at all times when you visit the Mosque:

1) Wear a *mask at all times while inside the Mosque.
2) Must have your own janamaz (prayer mat).
3) Only stand in the designated area while performing salah.

* While we encourage you to bring your own mask; you can purchase a mask for £2 at the entrance (all proceeds go to the Mosque).
The rules are there to protect everyone so please follow them.
You may be refused entery if you do not follow these simple rules.

COVID19 Test and Trace

In-Sha-Allah the Mosque is now open with limited service.

All Jama'at attendance is by appointment only (see below).

We want to be able to stay open so we’re introducing new measures to help keep everyone safe.

We’ll be taking contact details from everyone who will be coming to Mosque. These need to be kept for 21days and, if asked, we will provide them to NHS test and Trace.

Please be reassured that your information will be stored securely, in line with data protection laws, and will not be shared with anyone else. We will also not use your data for anything else like marketing.

We are doing this to help reduce the risk of any local outbreak –by sharing your information NHS Test and Trace can quickly identify people who have come into contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 and ask them to take the necessary precautions.

Jummah Prayer by booking only

There will be Two Jammat
1st Jammat 1.30pm
2nd Jammat 2.15pm

Maximum 30 people per Jammat. Attendance by appointment only
To book your place call 01473 226879
on Tuesdays between 2.00pm-3.30pm first comes first serve.


• Maximum number of Worshippers allowed – 30
• Pre booking ONLY Telephone 01473 226879
• Please make Wudu at home
• Please do Sunnah /Nafl Prayers at home
• No young children under 13 years old (will need to be Pre booked).
• Please bring your own Prayer Mat and take it back home with you. Entry will not be permitted without one.(requirement)
• Please wear Face mask/face covering while in the Mosque. Entry will not be permitted without one. (requirement)
• Stand 2 metre apart
• Leave empty row between
• No Handshakes
• No Mingling after the Prayer
• Mosque doors will be open 15 minutes before Jammat and closed straight after Jammat and doors will be locked between Prayers

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Daily Hadith

  • “Whoever does not show affection to the young and respect to the old is not one of us.”

    [Tirmidhi, Birr (Piety), 15; Aboo Dawood, Adab (Manners) 66]
  • Islam is to testify there is no God but Allah and Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah, to establish prayer, to give charity, to fast the month of Ramadan, and to perform pilgrimage to the House if a way is possible.
  • Islam is built upon five: to worship Allah and to disbelieve in what is worshiped besides him, to establish prayer, to give charity, to perform Hajj pilgrimage to the house, and to fast the month of Ramadan.

    Source: Sahih al-Bukhārī 8
  • Whoever believes in Allah and the Last Day, let him speak goodness or remain silent. Whoever believes in Allah and the Last Day, let him honor his neighbor. Whoever believes in Allah and the Last Day, let him honor his guest.

    Source: Sahih al-Bukhārī
  • Abu Juhaim said: “Allaah’s Messenger said: “If the person passing in front of a worshipper in prayer knew what a sin he was incurring, he would prefer to wait for forty (years) rather than passing in front of him.”

    (Narrated by Al-Bukhaari)

Did you know that he or she who builds a Masjid, or helps in doing so earns the ajir(reward/good deeds) for every person walking in to pray, every person entering the Masjid to make wudu, reading Quran, or any other good deed. It gets even better, unlike other good deeds you earn now; this one doesn’t stop when you die.

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