All praise is to Allah. May His peace and blessings be upon the Messenger of Allah, his family, the faithful companions, and all those who follow them.

The London Muslim Mosque is pleased to announce to the community that Eid Al-Adha will be celebrated on Friday, July 31st, insha'Allah. The Day of ‘Arafah will be on Thursday, July 30th insha’Allah.

 

Due to COVID-19 health restrictions, we will follow the same process currently adopted for Friday prayers. Insha’Allah, 5 Eid prayers will be offered at the Mosque from 7 AM to 1 PM.

Please click here to register for Eid Prayer

Each prayer will be 20 minutes long and will consist of 270 spots for men and 30 spots for women. Please refrain from registering more than once as we will audit all the registrations. The age limit is 14 years old and up. Please note that doors will open exactly half an hour before each prayer. Please refrain from arriving more than half an hour before the start of your prayer to minimize the chance of infection. 

There will be a link made available tomorrow (Thursday) to register for Friday Prayer for those who are not able to attend Eid Prayer. There will be only one Friday Prayer offered at at 1:15 PM.  

Phase 3 COVID-19 Important Updates

The government of Ontario - through MPP Kaleed Rashid - held a Q&A session on Jul. 22 regarding updated Covid-19 issues for Mosques and Eid. 

Please click here for more details. 

 

On behalf of the London Muslim Mosque we wish everyone Eid Mubarak. We ask Allah SWT to accept from all those who can perform Hajj this year and to give us all the opportunity to one day do the same. We pray that all our fasting, charity and good deeds will be accepted and rewarded by Allah SWT.

Let us celebrate the Eid in the spirit of inclusion, forgiveness, reconciliation and sharing not only within the families and friends but right across our country.