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Masjid is Open

Assalam Alaikum Respected Brothers and Sisters

Ramadan 1442 (2021) Announcement

Due to the masjid re-construction project and COVID restrictions, the masjid capacity has been limited. Tickets will be made available each day in Ramadan to pray EACH night.  

CLICK FOR  ISHA & TARAWEEH BOOKING
Support Your Masjid in Blessed Ramadan

 

This year we will have a qualified Quran reciter, Shaykh Omar Ali, who will be leading Taraweeh for us, so try not to miss out!

Tickets are FREE to book!

However, we encourage you to donate a minimum of £5/day to help us raise money for the Masjid re-build.

Ticket sales go live randomly between 7am and 12pm each day. 

Ticket sales will END 30mins before Isha.

There will be room for both brothers (45) & sisters (15). Unfortunately no room for under 12's. Sister's will need to wait until the 2nd or 3rd day of Ramadan for their prayer area to be complete.

To receive daily Ramadan reminders and notifications for when tickets go live, text RAMADAN to +447401239002

Jazakum Allahu Khayr

JUM’ AAH will be held in repect to GOVERNMENT COVID-19 GUIDELINES. 

ONLINE BOOKING FOR FRIDAY PRAYERS

JUM'AAH BOOK HERE

Please do the following BEFORE making your journey to the Mosque:

Wear a face covering or mask
Bring your own prayer mat
Bring your own shoe bag
No Children under 12 years old
Come with wudhu (ablution facilities / toilets will be closed)

• Everyone must wear a face covering/ face mask on entry and at all times until after leaving the building 
• Only people with a prebooked valid booking ticket will be allowed in for the booked Jummah prayer. 
• Please do not arrive early to enable those attending the earlier prayer to depart safely and for thorough Effective cleaning between each Jummah session to be undertaken
• All households must remain separate and segregated and all worshippers must not intermingling, gather, or socialise when arriving at the Mosque or after departing the Mosque 
• Safe distancing must be observed at all times when arriving, whilst in the building and upon exiting the building

Jazak Allah Khairan.

Masjid Al Ikhlas & Cambridge Islamic Centre

One of the greatest blessings of islam is its admirable success in creating strong, warm, rich and durable bonds of love and brotherhood between people. Masjid Al Ikhlas & Cambridge Islamic Centre aims to echo and promote this ethos of brotherhood and sisterhood with a mix of prayer, education, cultural and lifestyle activities and deliver much needed support that will respond to the needs of our community and the community at large.

As we are continually faced with fresh challenges, it is important for us to lead the way in creating awareness and a better understanding of the muslim faith and culture; through outreach programmes that engenders integration and, to be seen as clear role models in the Cambridge community and across the uk. 

As we look to the future it is crucial that we invest in supporting the growth and development of a new generation who will socially and culturally enhance the environment in which we live.

 

Funeral Service

Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji'un
 "We belong to Allah and to Him we shall return."

Islamic Studies

Teach the childrens more about the faith, Quranic studies and Islamic history in accordance to the teachings of the Quran and the Sunnah.  

What's On

Know about regular islamic activities, sports events and social gathering. And information for other important events through out the year.

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Mahdi and the Signs of the day of judgement

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The Ummah preparation for Ramadhan.

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