• 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.
Important Times and Dates


In sha Allah, Ipswich Mosque is set to open again from Thursday 3rd December 2020, for all five daily prayers.


Please read below for new rules that apply to everyone.

Lets keep each other safe!
 
Daily Jama'at Time
Monday 30 Nov 2020

Begins

Jama'at

Fajr

5.55

7.00

Zhur

11.53

1.15

Asr

2.05

2.45

Maghrib

3.53

After Adhan

Isha

5.29

8.00

Sunrise

7.40

ZA-WAAL time is 10 minutes before ZHUR beginning time.
The Mosque will be open 20 mins before and after each Salah.

Welcome to the Ipswich Mosque

Ipswich & Suffolk Bangladeshi Muslim Community Centre and Mosque.

Masjid Services
In sha Allah, Ipswich Mosque is set to open again from Thursday 3rd December 2020, for all five daily prayers.
Please read below for some changes to the normal opening times and a few basic rules everyone needs to follow until further notice.


Assalamu Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

In sha Allah, Ipswich Mosque is set to open again from Thursday 3rd December 2020, for all five daily prayers.

We will maintain the previous safety measures:


Note: IF YOU HAVE ANY COVID-19 RELATED SYMTOMS THEN PLEASE DO NOT COME TO THE MOSQUE AND IMDEDATELY SELF ISOLATE.

•  The Mosque will open 15 minutes before each Jamā‘ah, and close straight after.
•  Do not come if you have any of the symptoms of COVID-19.
•  Everyone must wear a mask covering both the mouth and nose.
•  Please bring your own Prayer Mat and take it back home with you. Entry will not be permitted without one (requirement).
•  You must do your ablutions before coming to the mosque.
•  No children under the age of 12.
•  We strongly advise those over 70 or those with health vulnerabilities to pray at home.
•  At all times, maintain distancing and be mindful of your safety and the safety of others.


Lets keep each other safe by obeying these simple rules.

Please note: Changes to Jama'at times

Asr Jama’at will be at 2.15 for December 2020 and Isha Jama’at will be at 7.00pm until further notice.

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