Prophet (ﷺ), said, “Whoever goes to the mosque in the morning and evening, Allah will prepare for him a place in Paradise for every morning and evening.” [Bukhari and Muslim]
Daily Prayer Times
Jumma Prayer Times
EID Prayer Times
With the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, we are unfortunately forced to make some changes to our normal Ramadan routine at the Masjid. These changes are important for the safety of the community and our compliance with instructions from medical professionals and local authorities. Please take note of the following important information: For Taraweeh prayer, spaces will be on a ‘first come first pray’ basis. Gates will be closed when spaces are full. No exceptions! Salaahs including Taraweeh will be performed in the Masjid following social distancing rules. Hafiz Isma’eel will be performing the Taraweeh under stringent conditions and we plan to live-stream the video of a portion of the prayer on Facebook Live. Click to follow our Facebook Page Please do not pray following the live-stream, as that is not permitted and the prayer will be invalid. The purpose of the live-stream is for our listening and encouragement-building only. There will be a daily explanation of the Quran on our Facebook page along with weekend lecture series on various topics. The Ramadan timetable may be picked up at any of your local Muslim grocery stores. Everyone is encouraged to perform Taraweeh prayers, as well as other acts of worship during this month. You may pray in congregation with your family and recite whatever amount you know from the Qur’an. Let us keep in mind that we should not let these setbacks impact our worship and spiritual growth during this blessed month. Please continue to make du’a for the community and take appropriate steps to stay safe.
Please adhere to the guidelines below formulated in conjunction with the Palm Beach Health Dept. These are in placed to maintain – as best as we can – a safe environment as we are still in the midst of the Covid pandemic.
- Both the ladies and men’s praying areas are open with limited capacity.
- There will be NO Iftaar and/or dinners offered at the masjid this year.
- Once capacity has been reached (first come first seated basis) the gates will be closed.
- Please do not attempt to assert yourselves into a capacity filled congregation.
- MASKS ARE MANDATORY. Please also wash your hands and bring your own prayer mats.
- Adhere to physical distancing guidelines.
- Prayer at the marker only.
- Do not bring children.
The Muslim Community of Palm Beach County, Inc (MCPBC) has put precautions in place to reduce the spread of COVID-19; however, MCPBC cannot guarantee that you or your family, will not become exposed to or infected with COVID-19. Because many infected individuals appear to be asymptomatic, attending activities at MCPBC could increase your and your family’s risk of contracting COVID-19.
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