EID PRAYER TIMES ON SUNDAY 11 AUGUST 2019
1st Prayer: 8 am
2nd Prayer: 9 am
3rd Prayer: 10 am
4th Prayer: 11 am
EID MUBARAK TO 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.
The Coordination Committee of Mosques and Islamic Centres in London has announced that Eid al Fitr is on Tuesday 4 June 2019
May Allah Forgive us and Grant us a great reward, and May He enable us to be better Muslims in the year ahead.
Eid prayers at the Peckham High Street Mosque:
08:00 1st Jama‘ah
09:00 2nd Jama‘ah
10:00 3rd Jama‘ah
11:00 4th Jama‘ah –
Don’t forget to pay your Zakat al-Fitr. The minimum amount is £5 per person, for everyone in the family, young or old. It MUST be paid BEFORE you perform your Eid prayer. You can pay your Zakat al-Fitr online here, or in person at the Mosque.
Schedule your donations for the LAST 10 NIGHTS of Ramadan with these simple steps:
1- Click on the following link:Â https://www.phsicc.org/lailatul-qadr-donation/
2- Schedule your donations
3- Complete your transaction
Now you can relax knowing that your donations will be made automatically, ensuring you don’t miss giving on the sacred Night of Power.
So what are you waiting for?
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OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT from the PECKHAM HIGH STREET ISLAMIC AND CULTURAL CENTER & MOSQUE
The first day of Ramadan 2019 will be on Monday 6th May. Tarawih will commence on Sunday 5th May at 10.00pm @ 118-120 Peckham High Street SE15 5E
Plan something noble this sacred season! Donate to PHSICC’s Waqf (Endowment) Fund: www.phsicc.org
Bank account: HSBC
ACCOUNT NUMBER: 01708716
SORT CODE: 40 05 25
Ramadan Mubarak brothers and sisters.
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In light of the terrorist attack at two mosques in New Zealand earlier today it is more important than ever that the security of our mosques is maintained, especially during busy periods like Friday prayers.
A breakdown of tips is below:
1. Establish contact with your local Police
- Request their support or presence at your mosque if you feel this will re-assure your worshippers.
- Develop a long-term relationship with them to ensure they can support you in future.
- Ensure they have your contact details, and also that your staff and volunteers have the contact numbers of your local Police or PCSO.
2. Re-assure your congregation
- Many of your worshippers and neighbours will naturally feel more anxious in such times as these. Re-assure them that such violent incidents are rare and your mosque and the Police are doing everything possible to keep them safe.
- Remind them to stay calm and measured – disunity and panic is exactly what the criminals are seeking to create and we must stand together and not let them succeed.
- Inform your worshippers of the means to report hate crime (See Point 5 & 6 below)
3. Emergency Exits
- Staff and volunteers should be aware of the main emergency exits of your building(s) and any emergency exit procedures.
- Ensure doors are not obstructed or locked.
4. Cameras and Alarms
- Cameras and alarms are effective deterrents against criminal activity. If you do not have cameras or alarm systems installed, consider installing them covering external and internal parts of your premises. Your local police can advise on suitable systems.
- If you do have them, ensure they are fully working and connected.
5. Reporting hate crime and threats
- If you fear a potential hate crime incident, report it by calling 999 directly.
- Less imminent threats can also be reported online
6. Informing congregation on reporting hate crime
- Many worshippers may not know how to report hate crime. Consider putting up posters in your mosque/circulating this information to your congregation via Whatsapp/Email on how to report hate crime via the above means.
- Posters should be in English as well as other languages spoken by your congregation.
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