Schedule your donations for the sacred 10 nights

Schedule your donations for the sacred 10 nights

Schedule your donations for the Sacred Last 10 Nights of Ramadan with these simple steps:

1- Select each Sacred Night for your Donations via Paypal by following this link: https://www.phsicc.org/lailatul-qadr-donation/

2- Schedule your Donations for each Sacred Night

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?

SCHEDULE YOUR DONATIONS TODAY and TAKE THE FIRST STEP TOWARDS BEING AMONGST THE WINNERS OF THIS SPECIAL NIGHT WORTH MORE THAN A THOUSAND MONTHS


Ramadan 1442: Only 2 Taraweeh Jama this year

Because of the COVID 19 rules, we will have 2 Taraweeh Jama this year:

– 1st Jama starts at normal Isha time

– 2nd Jama starts 30 minutes later.

PHSICC

Our Ramadan Timetable is also available to download below:


The first day of Ramadan 2021 starts this Tuesday 13, April 2021

Peckham High Street Islamic and Cultural Centre (PHSICC) is pleased to announce that the first day of Ramadan 1442 will be on Tuesday 13, April 2021.

See below our Ramadan Timetable :


Ramadan 2021: Muslim communities urged to remain safe as holy month set to begin

Councils have been working closely with mosques to make sure they are Covid safe

Muslims across the world will begin observing the holy month of Ramadan this year.

The holy month will begin on 12 or 13 April and end on 12 or 13 May depending on the Islamic calendar which follows the lunar cycle.

Much like last year, Ramadan will be drastically different for Muslims across The United Kingdom, with many customs and practices being changed due to Covid restrictions.

Last year Ramadan began almost a month into the first lockdown which meant mosques were closed and people were told to stay at home.

As a result of this, many Muslims were not able to take part in congregational prayers and visit family and friends to break their fast together at sunset.

However, as the country begins its roadmap out of national lockdown some rules have already allowed for places of worship to remain open for communal prayers.

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar which Muslims observe by fasting between sunrise and sunset.

An important month for Muslims, the annual event is meant to help people focus on prayer, purification and charitable acts.

In July last year, places of worship were able to reopen with Covid restrictions in place and mosques up and down, the community leaders worked hard to make sure that the places of worship were able to run with social distancing measures put in place.

Social distancing limitations were based on the capacity of individual places of worship which means the night-time prayer, Taraweeh, will take place in mosques but with fewer people and shortened time.

Taraweeh prayers are ritual prayers performed by Muslims at night during the holy month of Ramadan.

As has been the case for several months now, Friday prayers along with the night time prayer, Taraweeh, will be able to take place but at a limited capacity.

Much like last year many people will most likely pray at home with virtual sermons and livestreams set to reconvene.

Councils of Britain have shared a guide on Ramadan safety and Eid this year which advises on fasting, breaking fast, praying and guidance for mosques.



Invitation: Eid & Hajj Celebration Event is hosted on 5th October 2019

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.

Wasalam


EID Prayer times on Sunday 11 August 2019

Category : News

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


Tahajud prayers to commence tonight

*OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT from the PECKHAM HIGH STREET ISLAMIC AND CULTURAL CENTER & MOSQUE

First night of Tahajoud will be on Saturday 25th May. Prayers will commence at 00.00

@ 118-120 Peckham High Street, SE15 5ED

Tel: 02076350088

email: info@phsicc.org


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





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