Ramadan is the ninth month in the lunar, Islamic calendar. The fast that Muslims observe during this month is the fourth pillar of Islam.
A mosque is a place of worship for Muslims. A mosque, or masjid in Arabic, means “place of prostration.” It is synonymous with a church for Christians and a synagogue for Jews. Mosques are often used as community centres where families can gather for social, educational and recreational activities
Men and women should dress conservatively when visiting a mosque, covering their arms and legs. Examples of inappropriate clothing would be shorts, short skirts, and tank tops. Shoes are removed before entering the prayer area. Talking is not permitted during the sermon (khutba) on Fridays. Talking is discouraged during the call to prayer (adhan). Muslims who are praying cannot talk or be interrupted until they’ve finished. However, other people who are not praying can talk silently. One should not walk in front of someone who is praying. When prayers are not taking place, everyone is free to talk and interact respectfully as one would in any religious institution.
We have two jumuah salaah taking place as we do not have sufficient space at our Masjid to hold more than 1000 Musallees attending Jumuah salaah every Jumuah.
You are dressed in clean and modest clothes following the Islamic guidelines You did not eat food that would produce a disturbing smell (i.e. raw onion, garlic etc.) You park at the Masjid’s designated parking lot You enter the Masjid by using your right foot and reciting “In the name of Allah. O Allah! Open the doors of Your Mercy for me” ? You properly close the entrance door after you enter ? You take off your shoes and place them on the designated shoe racks ? You turn off your cellphones or set them to silent mode