Eid ul Adha: Friday 31st July 2020 – Book your place

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Insha’Allah Eid-ul-Adha will be on Friday 31st July 2020

You MUST reserve your place here as numbers will be strictly limited. Please remember, you may be refused entry if you do not have a mask, prayer mat and shoe bag. This event is only open to people aged between 12 and 70. There are no chairs and no creche facilities.

Please remember to observe COVID-19 guidance from the government and listen to the instructions from our stewards.

We will only have a maximum of 300 places available at each prayer. Book early to reserve your place, one space per person. Book your place here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/eid-ul-adha-prayers-tickets-114648280092

Please be prompt and conscious of our neighbours. It is a weekend and our neighbours will be resting. Please park considerately and share cars as much as possible.
Also please be conscious of how well we also treat each other. It will be crowded so be mindful of respecting others’ space and their requirement to pray.

The Eid Jamaat times are:

  • 1st Jamaat: 06:30
  • 2nd Jamaat: 07:45
  • 3rd Jamaat: 09:00
  • 4th Jamaat: 10:15
  • 5th Jamaat: 11:30

Eid is a time of joy and celebration, to be spent with loved ones, family, and friends. Eid is a time to continue further on the path towards spiritual development, through the recitation of Qur’an, dhikr of Allah and reflection. Eid ul-Adha marks the sacrifice made by the Prophet Ibrahim.

If you would like to organise your Qurbani/Udhiyya through MCEC please read here.



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3 thoughts on “Eid ul Adha: Friday 31st July 2020 – Book your place

  1. Asalamoalaikum I would like to ask can women come and pray Eid Salah and jummah salah too or it it just for men , please let me know so I can book JazakAllah

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