We are pleased to announce that the Dulwich Islamic Centre will be open for Ramadān with tight restrictions in place.
This year, in the best interests of public health, Tarawih will be shorter and will be approximately 1-hour long.
The Imam will not be aiming to do Khatam Al Quran (Reciting the whole Quran in Tarawih as we usually aim in Ramadan)
There will be no Iftar gathering in the mosque so please break your fast at home before you come to the mosque. However, if you are travelling only dates and water will be available.
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COVID-19 pandemic precautions
Everyone entering the Mosque must adhere to the following guidelines:
- Wear a face-mask at all times, covering both mouth and nose.
- Do Wudu (ablution) before coming to the Mosque.
- Bring your own prayer mat and shoe bag.
- The Mosque will open 15 minutes before the congregational prayer and will close straight after prayer.
- No entry for children under the age of 12.
- No one with underlying health issues or COVID-like symptoms should come to the Mosque.
We will monitor the Ramadān arrangements and adjust accordingly to keep the community safe.
We ask Allāh Almighty to accept all our good deeds this Ramadān, that Allāh Almighty forgives the sins of all those who have passed away before this Ramadān and that Allāh Almighty relieves humanity of the Coronavirus Pandemic.