Updated: 06 January 2021
CANTERBURY MOSQUE IS CLOSED FOR JUMAA (FRIDAY PRAYER) and OPEN FOR DAILY PRAYERS.
Due to the high increase of COVID cases in our local area, and in our local hospitals, and with accordance to the national Lockdown due to high spread of the virus, we took the safe measure to
Stop Jumaa – Friday prayer from Friday 08 January 2021 till further notice.
Canterbury mosque will remain open for All other daily prayers except Zohr on Fridays in which it will be closed.
We will review the situation weekly inshalla until lockdown is lifted.
Please do not attend prayers If:
- You are feeling ill
- You have suspected COVID infection
- You are self isolating
- You are waiting for COVID results
- You have recently (Less than 14 days) come from abroad
- You are above 65 years
- You have chronic disease or taking medications affecting your immunity
Your safety is important to us.
We need to be extra vigilant.
Our country and especially Kent hospitals are seeing overwhelming numbers of admitted patients with COVID -19 infection.
It’s everyone’s duty to observe the strict rules of social distancing, washing hands, wearing Facemasks and avoiding gatherings as much as they can.
We now have something we didn’t have in the first wave of the pandemic, a Vaccine.
And we all hope that it will reach everyone of us as soon as possible as per health authorities plan.
Above all, we always, have Allah subhanah wa ta’ala; to ask him to protect us, lead us and save us from the pandemic and all evils