We pray that this message reaches you in good health.
Due to the Government restrictions introduced in England, Southampton Medina Mosque Trust Ltd are required to suspend all congregational prayers at the Mosque with immediate effect.
The Mosque will remain open for individual prayers, you will need to wear facemasks, bring your own prayer mat, a bag for footwear and adhere to social distancing rules that are currently in place. Please note that wudu facilities will remain closed. During this Lock down, we humbly request all elderly and people with underlying health conditions to offer their prayers at home.
The Mosque will be open for 30 MINUTES ONLY for individual prayers during the following times.
FAJAR 6:00 TO 6.30AM
ZOHAR 1:00 TO 1:30PM
ASAR 3:00 TO 3:30PM
MAGHRIB – (5 minutes before Maghrib daily time and 25 minutes after)
ESHA – 7:00 TO 7:30PM
THE MOSQUE WILL NOT BE OPEN FOR INDIVIDUAL PRAYER ON FRIDAY AT THE TIME OF JUMMAH. PLEASE OFFER YOUR ZOHAR PRAYERS AT HOME.
OUR IMAMS WILL BE DELIVERING THE JUMMAH TALK ON SOCIAL MEDIA FOR YOU TO WATCH IN YOUR HOMES.
We will be contacting parents of children in the Madrassa separately.
Further information will be released on how you can continue to keep in touch through social media and live streaming.
Please note that we are continually monitoring Local and National advice and will advise you all if anything changes.
Official Announcement by Southampton Medina Mosque Trust Ltd.
Asalaamualaykum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu,
In light of the recent announcement from the government regarding the wearing of face masks in places of worship from the 8th August.
We would kindly request all attendees of the Mosque to wear a face mask upon entering, as you will be *refused* entry if you do not have one with you.
This is now enforceable in law from the 8th August onwards and so the Mosque will not have any discretion on the matter.
As a reminder,
Please come to the Mosque with Wudhu,
Wear a face mask
Bring your own Prayer mat
Bring a bag for your shoes.
In Sha Allah this coming Jummuah we will remember those heroes who sacrificed their lives for us. Namely, The heroes of our great National Health Service.
A PowerPoint presentation with the names of 30 Muslim and non-Muslim Doctors who passed away from Covid-19 whilst serving the NHS will be shown to the Congregation.
The lecture will start at 12:30 pm sharp. Please attend and invite others.