• 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.
Quick Updates
EID-UL-Adha 2021 (1442 AH)
Please Note:
*** There will be No ladies Eid Prayer facilities
For Eid Jama'at information please see read below.
Friday Jummah
Please Note:
Jummah @ 1:30pm (approximately)
Doors will be closed when Mosque is full.
Daily Jama'at Time
Monday 25 Oct 2021














After Adhan






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.

The Ipswich Mosque offers a wide range of services; in addition to the Daily Prayers.
We also offer counselling; education for children and adults; services related to birth, marriage and death and more.

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

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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Important Friday Sermone (Khutba) during the Friday Jumu'ah salaah.

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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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