On behalf of WLICC managment and staff, we would like to wish you all an Eid Mubarak.
Unlike Eid Al fitr, this Eidul Adha we are fortunate enough to pray in the mosque together, albeit in a limited capacity in which attendees will have to register themselves beforehand.
We know how difficult it has been being away from the mosque and congregational prayer as well as the cancellation of Hajj for Muslims in the UK and around the world.
This is the ideal time to reflect on the story of Ibrahim (pbuh), how patient he was with the decree of Allah and the sacrifices he made for him; sacrifices which Allah reward him for immensely and he was praised for in the Quran. Allah swt says about him:
"Indeed, Abraham was a [comprehensive] leader, devoutly obedient to Allah , inclining toward truth, and he was not of those who associate others with Allah. [He was] grateful for His favors. Allah chose him and guided him to a straight path." Quran 16:120-121
As well as being an occasion of offering and sacrifice, Eid Al adha is also an occasion of gratefulness and dua. Although Hajj has been restricted, we take part by increasing our deeds during the first 10 days of Dhul Hijjah and fasting on the day of Arafah (which falls on 30/07/2020) and to make the intention that Allah rewards us and to make us among those who's sins are forgiven on that day.
If you will attend the mosque for Eid prayers, please ensure that you register yourself on our Eventbrite page below, and follow the guidelines in place to protect yourself and our community. You can find the prayer times below and on our home page, but please note that for health & safety reasons, the mosque will be closed after we reach our capacity for each prayer and you will have to join the next jama'ah if you arrive late. Physical contact with fellow attendees (hugs and handshakes) is also not allowed.
We will also have limited spaces available for women to pray the Eid prayer. We can accommodate 30 females per Jama'ah. Women will have to register their details by clicking on the link below.
Please use this link below to register your details:
Kindly do not attend the mosque if you are symptomatic, elderly or under 12 years of age.
We would like to thank you in advance for your cooperation and understanding.
1st Eid Jama'ah 8am by Imran Asif (English)
2nd Eid Jama'ah 9am by Omar Hajaj (English)
3rd Eid Jama'ah 10am by Abbas Aldilami (Arabic)
Jummah prayer times:
1st Friday prayer - 1:30pm
2nd Friday prayer - 2:30pm