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Eid Mubarak

In shaa Allah, Eid prayers will take place on July 20th 6 AM, 7 AM, 8 AM, and 9 AM.

Please bring your own prayer rug and be prepared to pray outdoors. Face masks are required for everyone. We humbly request you to leave right after khutbah to accommodate attendees for the next prayer.

Jumuah Khutbah starts at 12:45 PM and 1:30 PM

5 Daily Prayers

Fajr

4:45 AM

Dhuhr

12:45 PM

Asr

5:30 PM

Maghrib

Sunset

Isha

9:15 PM

Jumuah Khateebs

Join us for Jummah

Imam Sheikh Ahmed Moharram
1st Jummah: Khutabah at 12:45pm, Iqama at 1:00 pm
2nd Jumma: Khutbah at 1:30 pm, Iqama at 1:45 pm.
Have wudu before coming to the Jummah Prayer
Must wear a face mask and bring your own prayer rug.
Jazakallah for your cooperation.

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Hadith

Narrated Abu Abu Hurairah (RAA) mentioned that Allah’s Prophet (ﷺ)  said:
“Never a believer is stricken with a discomfort, an illness, anxiety, a grief or mental worry or even the pricking of a thorn but Allah will expiate his sins on account of his patience” [ Al-Bukhari & Muslim ]

Commentary:
This Hadith mentions the special Grace and Mercy of Allah for the Muslims. It relates how Allah turns the hardships and troubles suffered by a Muslim into a means of expiation for his sins. But this is only possible if the believer exercises patience. However, if he starts wailing instead of showing patience then besides suffering hardships, he would be deprived of the reward which lies in bearing them patiently. Thus, he shall have to take the burden of additional sins also.

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