As-Salamu Alaikum - Peace Be Upon You

Ramadan Mubarak! We have now entered the blessed month as of Thursday 23/4 after Sunset. The first fasting day will be Friday 24/4.

Please offer your prayers at home as the Mosque remains temporarily closed to the public. A decision to re-open will be made according to government guidelines.

Ramadan 1441 – April/May 2020

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

We pray that you and your family members and in the best of health and Imaan. We remain in unprecedented times whereby the Mosque currently remains closed to the public and is likely to remain closed during the blessed month of Ramadan.

One of the things which many Muslims eagerly look forward to is the beautiful community spirit of the month of Ramadan. Iftar with family and friends is something which stands out as a highlight for many of us, particularly for children. However, the health and safety of the members of our community takes precedence. We should therefore take seriously the social distancing advice given by the government during this period, as well as medical advice provided by official bodies.

The Holy Prophet (peace be upon him) practised social distancing as well. It is reported that a leprous man once wished to pledge his allegiance to him, an act that would require him to touch or hold the Holy Prophet’s (peace be upon him) hand. Keeping his distance, the Holy Prophet (peace be upon him) kindly sent word to him that his pledge had already been accepted and that he should return home. (Sunan Ibn Majah)

Regarding isolation, the Holy Prophet (peace be upon him) taught that those who are sick should not in any way compromise the community at large. He said, “Do not place a sick patient with a healthy person.” This teaching was extended to animals as well; “The cattle suffering from a disease should not be mixed with healthy cattle.” (Sahih al-Bukhari)

Please continue to observe social distancing and offer your daily prayers and taraweeh at home, preferably in congregation with other family members of the same household or individually where this is not possible. To keep the community in touch with the Mosque, we have launched an online audio broadcasting channel at https://mixlr.com/wimbledon-masjid. We recommend you visit the website for further updates.

May Allah (SWT) increase us all in patience and steadfastness during these testing times and allow us to attain the benefits and opportunities during this blessed month of Ramadan. Ameen!

Kind Regards

Wimbledon Mosque

Prayer Times

4th June 2020
Asr Jamat

7:00 pm

3 Hours 20 Minutes
Prayer Begins Jamat
Fajr2:53 am 4:00 am
Sunrise4:47 am
Zuhr1:04 pm 1:30 pm
Asr6:33 pm 7:00 pm
Maghrib9:14 pm 9:14 pm
Isha10:22 pm 10:45 pm
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The Mosque is the first mainstream purpose built Mosque in South London and one of the first purpose built Mosques in London. The Mosque holds many community orientated events for Muslims and non-Muslims…

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ornament1Wimbledon Mosque is located in the UK and is a place of worship for the Muslims living in Wimbledon and the surrounding areas. The Mosque sits at the heart of the community..

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Wimbledon Mosque was established on 25th June 1976 (26 Jamadi Thani 1396 AH) as one of the first  purpose built Mosques in London and the first mainstream purpose built Mosque in South London…

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