EID-UL-Adha 2021 (1442 AH)

Assalamu Alaikum
Eid-ul-Adha will be celebrated on Tuesday 20th July 2021
There will be 3 Jamats insha’Allah:

1st Jamat: 8.00am
2nd Jamat: 9.00am
3rd Jamat: 10.30am


Ipswich Mosque Management Committee strongly recommend that when you are at Mosque.
Please maintain the following:

* Wear face covering
* Bring your own prayer mat
* Please do Wudu at home
* No handshake or hugging
* Please do not congregate outside the Mosque

* Please note: There will be No ladies Eid Prayer facilities

Eid Mubarak to you all.
Wish you all a safe and enjoyable Eid.

Jazzak’Allah khair
On behalf of the Mosque Committee

Ipswich Mosque
32/36 Bond Street
Ipswich
IP4 1JE

Please Note

Jama’ah at 1.30pm approximately

We will strictly apply the following safety measures:

•  The Mosque will open 15 minutes before each Jama’ah.
•  Do not come if you have any of the symptoms of COVID-19.
•  Everyone must wear a face 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.
•  Children under the age of 12 will NOT be admitted.
•  At all times, maintain distancing and be mindful of your safety and the safety of others.
•  The Mosque door will close straight after each prayer.

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