As the corona virus is now a pandemic we must make sure that we do our best to delay the spread of the disease and to protect ourselves and everyone in our communities.
If any of the attendees are experiencing continuous coughing or high fever to self isolate for seven days.
If you are experiencing symptoms such as breathing difficulties or coughing or feve it is more important to stay at home rather than attend Mosque activities
It is religiously obligatory (wajib) for you to keep away and self-isolate if you have been diagnosed with Coronavirus in order to prevent the virus from spreading. Preventing harm, especially to others, takes precedence over attaining benefit.
If someone in a Mosque congregation experiences symptoms, keep a 2-metre distance from others. Maintain a specific isolation room for such congregants, and call NHS 111
It is advisable to make wudhu at home and bring your own prayer mats. If wudhu has to be done in the mosque, use paper tissue rather than any communal towels.
Avoid physical contact, maintain general good hygiene and take care of their health more generally, as it is an amana (sacred trust) from Allah
The elderly and the chronically ill should take extra precautions because they are at greater risk of death from Coronavirus. They should be encouraged to not pray in congregation.
Remember that you should wash your hands thoroughly for at least 20 seconds when returning home from the Mosque and at general intervals throughout the day.
Finally we pray for the best of health for everyone and that Allah (swt) protect us all and the wider society in these troubled times.
Dear Brother & Sisters, PHSICC is inviting you all to the Eid & Hajj celebration big event on Saturday 5, October 2019 from 2pm to 6pm.
Venue: All Saints Community Centre, 105 New Cross Road, London SE14 5DJ
Food & refreshment will be served.
Remember that we are now going through the best 10 days of the year. According to the prophet, no action is more dear to Allah than the one performed during these ten days of Dhul Hijau, not even the last ten days of Ramadhan. Therefore, take this opportunity to contribute to our mosque project.
As you can see on the diagram, we are still far from the target amount, only your generous contribution can make the difference.
Please, do not let these days go by without reducing a commitment amount of £1000.
May Allah reward you abundantly.
The Peckham High Street Mosque is pleased to inform the community that the Moon of Dhul-Hijjah been sighted and tomorrow Friday the 2nd of August 2019 is the 1st of Dul-Hijja 1440 and Arafat will be on Saturday the 10th of August and Eid is on the Sunday the 11th.
So whoever intends to give Udhiyyah should stop of cutting hair, nails and skin from the sunset of today Thursday the 1st of August untill his Udhiyyah is slaughtered.
Takbeer begins from today Maghreb at all times but not after the prayers.
May Allah accept from all.
Ina lilah wa ina ilahi rajioun
Salam aleykoum Dear Brothers& Sisters,
Considering the death of our younger brother Issiaka Dembele (Christmas), just to inform you that we are in possession of the body since yesterday Monday so we need financial help to repatriate the body to Abidjan
Insha Allah .
Payment on bank account
Bank: Natwest Bank
Mr Abdul k Ballo
S.C .: 602039
Acc. No: 47027258
Our contacts are:
07305802786, 07957565023 Ousmane.