This guidance will address the most salient issues that affect the community in this blessed time. It is based on sharia guidelines about the performance of these central acts of worship, but also takes into consideration the health and safety guidance from Public Health England, as well as government guidance and regulations relating to lockdown. The major points have been discussed and agreed with central government representatives just prior to publication, and should serve as evidentiary in discussions with local authorities and health boards.
We pray that this month is one filled with spirituality, charity, striving, mercy and forgiveness for all of us, through which we draw closer to our Lord and one another – emotionally, not physically!
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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.