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RAMADAN2021-04-24T19:13:14+01:00

“O you who believe, fasting is prescribed to you as it was to those before you, so that you may attain Taqwa or god consciousness.”     

Blessings of Ramadan

The holy month of Ramadan is one of the five pillars of Islam. The month of Fasting (Sawm) is the 9th month of the Islamic calendar. A holy and blessed month for Muslims the world over, it’s a time of fasting, prayer and reflection. For many, it’s the perfect opportunity to develop a closer relationship with their creator, Allah.

But what makes Ramadan such a blessed and special time of year for Muslims?
The most significant thing is the fact that in this month, as we are told by Allah, the gates of Heaven are thrown open, the gates of Hell are closed and […]

Dua for opening Fast

اللَّهُمَّ اِنِّى لَكَ صُمْتُ وَبِكَ امنْتُ [وَعَلَيْكَ تَوَكَّلْتُ] وَعَلَى رِزْقِكَ اَفْطَرْتُ

O Allah! I fasted for You and I believe in You [and I put my trust in You] and I break my fast with Your sustenance

Dua for closing Fast

وَبِصَوْمِ غَدٍ نَّوَيْتُ مِنْ شَهْرِ رَمَضَانَ

I intend to keep the fast for tomorrow in the month of Ramadan.

Having something to eat, even if it’s small, like some dates and water, is a sunnah of the Prophet (pbuh) and highly recommended. Whether you say your intention out loud or in your heart, it’s key to begin acts of worship, like opening the fast, with an intention or dua

COVID-19 Safety Requirements for all prayers

This year due to the pandemic the Taraweeh duration is shortened to reduce the risk of spreading the virus. The halls will be fully ventilated so please do wear a coat and please follow the safety requirements below.

Please remember to:

• Wear Face mask • Bring prayer mat • Bring shoe bag

Please be advised :

• No wudu or toilet facilities at mosque • No Children under 9 •  Sanitise hands regularly • Maintain social distance of 2m

Please Pray at home if unwell. We advise all over 70 or vulnerable to pray at home


No.DateDaySehri (AM)Fajr (AM)Asr (PM)Iftari (PM)Isha (PM)
013th AprilTuesday04:3204:5006:1507:5809:30
114th AprilWednesday04:3004:5006:1508:0009:30
215th AprilThursday04:2804:5006:1508:0109:30
316th AprilFriday04:2504:5006:1508:0309:45
417th AprilSaturday04:2304:5006:1508:0509:45
518th AprilSunday04:2104:4006:1508:0609:45
619th AprilMonday04:1804:4006:1508:0809:45
720th AprilTuesday04:1604:4006:1508:1009:45
821st AprilWednesday04:1304:4006:1508:1109:45
922nd AprilThursday04:1104:4006:1508:1309:45
1023rd AprilFriday04:0904:3006:1508:1509:45
1124th AprilSaturday04:0704:3006:1508:1610:00
1225th AprilSunday04:0404:3006:1508:1810:00
1326th AprilMonday04:0204:3006:1508:2010:00
1427th AprilTuesday04:0004:3006:3008:2110:00
1528th AprilWednesday03:5804:3006:3008:2310:00
1629th AprilThursday03:5504:2006:3008:2510:00
1730th AprilFriday03:5304:2006:3008:2610:00
181st MaySaturday03:5104:2006:3008:2810:00
192nd MaySunday03:4904:2006:3008:2910:00
203rd MayMonday03:4704:2006:3008:3110:15
214th MayTuesday03:4504:1006:3008:3310:15
225th MayWednesday03:4304:1006:3008:3410:15
236th MayThursday03:4104:1006:3008:3610:15
247th MayFriday03:3904:1006:3008:3710:15
258th MaySaturday03:3704:1006:3008:3910:15
269th MaySunday03:3504:0006:4508:4110:15
2710th MayMonday03:3304:0006:4508:4210:15
2811th MayTuesday03:3104:0006:4508:4410:15
2912th MayWednesday03:2904:0006:4508:4510:15
3013th MayThursday03:2704:0006:4508:4710:15

Ramadan 2021 Timetable

Please note Fajr, Asr and Isha are Jamat times, for start times see prayer timetable.

No.DateDaySehri (AM)Fajr (AM)Asr (PM)Iftari (PM)Isha (PM)
013th AprilTue04:3204:5006:1507:5809:30
114th AprilWed04:3004:5006:1508:0009:30
215th AprilThu04:2804:5006:1508:0109:30
316th AprilFri04:2504:5006:1508:0309:45
417th AprilSat04:2304:5006:1508:0509:45
518th AprilSun04:2104:4006:1508:0609:45
619th AprilMon04:1804:4006:1508:0809:45
No.DateDaySehri (AM)Fajr (AM)Asr (PM)Iftari (PM)Isha (PM)
720th AprilTue04:1604:4006:1508:1009:45
821st AprilWed04:1304:4006:1508:1109:45
922nd AprilThu04:1104:4006:1508:1309:45
1023rd AprilFri04:0904:3006:1508:1509:45
1124th AprilSat04:0704:3006:1508:1610:00
1225th AprilSun04:0404:3006:1508:1810:00
1326th AprilMon04:0204:3006:1508:2010:00
No.DateDaySehri (AM)Fajr (AM)Asr (PM)Iftari (PM)Isha (PM)
1427th AprilTue04:0004:3006:3008:2110:00
1528th AprilWed03:5804:3006:3008:2310:00
1629th AprilThu03:5504:2006:3008:2510:00
1730th AprilFri03:5304:2006:3008:2610:00
181st MaySat03:5104:2006:3008:2810:00
192nd MaySun03:4904:2006:3008:2910:00
203rd MayMon03:4704:2006:3008:3110:15
No.DateDaySehri (AM)Fajr (AM)Asr (PM)Iftari (PM)Isha (PM)
214th MayTue03:4504:1006:3008:3310:15
225th MayWed03:4304:1006:3008:3410:15
236th MayThu03:4104:1006:3008:3610:15
247th MayFri03:3904:1006:3008:3710:15
258th MaySat03:3704:1006:3008:3910:15
269th MaySun03:3504:0006:4508:4110:15
2710th MayMon03:3304:0006:4508:4210:15
No.DateDaySehri (AM)Fajr (AM)Asr (PM)Iftari (PM)Isha (PM)
2811th MayTue03:3104:0006:4508:4410:15
2912th MayWed03:2904:0006:4508:4510:15
3013th MayThu03:2704:0006:4508:4710:15

Zakat ul-Fitr

Zakat ul-Fitr, Fitrana or Fitrah, is a form of charity given to the poor at the end of Ramadan. Fitrana is due on every member of a household, including any children or elderly persons and it is obligatory to pay before Eid salah.

The amount of Zakat ul-Fitr for this year with Shah Jahan Mosque is £5 per person. It has been calculated at this price because it is the average price of a meal. The Zakat al-Fitr donations are used to provide food for the vulnerable.

Please donate your Fitrana as soon as possible, so your donations can reach those in need.

Fidyah

When a person has either become extremely weak due to old age, or they are suffering from an illness which prevents them from fasting, they are required to pay Fidyah (if they have the means).

This payment is used to feed a person in need two meals for the entire month. We recommend a donation of £5 per missed fast.

Eid Salah

There will be 4 Eid Salah as follows:

First Salah (Men only ) – 7am

Second Salah (Men only) – 8am

Third Salah (Ladies and Men) – 9am

Fourth Salah (Men only) – 10am

Please arrive early by walking to the mosque, if this is not possible please car share and park responsibly.

The mosque carpark is only open to valid blue badge holders.

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