It is from the Grace and Permission of Almighty Allah SWT that we are pleased to announce our Masjid is returning back to normal. We thank Almighty Allah SWT for Bringing us through uncertain times and for Disposing of our Affairs Alhamdulillah. We had to change and adapt over these two long years, but we as a Masjid will continue to serve the community to the best of our ability as we transition back to normality. Thank you for your patience during this time.
We will continue to provide our livestream due to demand from our congregation and abroad. During the pandemic, there were isolated families who learned how to pray, read the Qur’an, recite Dhikr, and prayed Taraweeh for the first time because of our Livestream. We thank Almighty Allah SWT for Allowing us to reach the community in so many homes previously untouched prior to Covid. Almighty Allah SWT Knows Best.
As we transition back to normality, please let us know if there are any discrepancies between what is advertised on our website and what we are advertising in person. We may have missed some information that was updated in chaotic moments during the Pandemic. You can email these discrepancies to email@example.com.
Thank you for your support during the Pandemic. It was tough on all of us, and the Masjid was no exception. But, by the Mercy and Permission of Almighty Allah SWT, we have pulled through with your help. And we ask Almighty Allah SWT to Bless you and Accept from you. Ameen.
We hope to see all of your faces in person at the Masjid! If you have only ever joined through the livestream, please come and introduce yourselves to the admin team! We would love to meet you 🙂
Shukran, Wa Salaamu ‘Alaykum
This is in regards to rolling updates from our Government pertaining to the Lockdown Measures in our local area.
Alhamdulillah, we have been serving both the local and international community with our Jumu’ah livestreams since the very beginning of the initial quarantine. And we thank Almighty Allah SWT for Giving us the opportunity to perfect our livestreaming setup, offering the best quality stream, multicamera setup, and professional studio decorations.
We will continue to serve you in this regard.
Our doors will remain open for you during this time. However, we are taking the 10 person building capacity very seriously. We strongly encourage you to tune in to our livestream until the Government lifts the Lockdown Measures. If you choose to come for Jumu’ah in person, it will be on first-come basis until we reach capacity.
Our Jumu’ah schedule is still being assessed. As of now, we will continue to livestream our main Jumu’ah starting at 1 pm, and our second Jumu’ah at 2:25pm. Please check back here for updates as we continue to assess how best to serve your needs.
Shukran, Wa Salaamu ‘Alaykum
We will be hosting Jumu’ah Salaah starting June 12, 2020, as per guidelines from the Province of Ontario. We will be continuing to do our part in ensuring that the Masjid is clean, sanitary, and safe for our congregation. For everything to go smoothly, please follow our instructions as per below:
Requirements for Attendees
- It is recommended that attendees make wudu at home and only use the washroom at the Masjid for emergencies
- Attendees must be in good health. If they exhibit flu-like symptoms they will be asked to return home and seek medical attention.
- Age Limits:
- No children < 15
- No elders > 70
- No Sunnah or Nafl prayers at the Masjid after the 1st Jumu’ah. It is permissible for you to pray Sunnah once you return home.
- No socializing. No handshaking or hugging.
- Mandatory: bring your own Face masks
- Mandatory: bring your own Prayer Mat
- Recommended: bring your own Gloves
Jumu’ah Salaah Timetable
- 1st Jumu’ah Program: Adhaan at 1pm
- The first Jumu`ah is also livestreamed on YouTube. www.YouTube.com/ShaykhFaisal
- 2nd Jumu’ah Program at 2:25pm
Please check our Website for updates to the Rules and Regulations during this time.
Thank you for your patience in cooperating with us. We ask Almighty Allah SWT to Protect us and to Guide us during times of confusion and distress and despair. Ameen.
– Shaykh Faisal Abdur-Razak and the Islamic Forum of Canada