7th July 2020

16 Dhū al-Qa'da 1441

Dhuhr Salah

1:30 pm

3 Hours 32 Minutes
Prayer Begins Salah
Fajr3:00 am 3:15 am
Sunrise4:50 am
Dhuhr1:21 pm 1:30 pm
Asr5:40 pm 6:00 pm
Maghrib9:39 pm 9:44 pm
Isha11:24 pm 11:35 pm
Video Lesson:

Alhuda Opening again

Assalamu Alaykum Dear Brothers and Sisters

Our Masjid will reopen from tomorrow (4th July) Fajr insha’Allah but there are number of Covid19 rules that we all need to adhere insha’Allah. 

Key points;

  • Brothers can attend with rules in place
  • Sisters and Children under 12 should not attend for now
  • There will be a series of infection control measures (see PDF)

Please have a look at the letter below, 

Jazakumu Allahu khayran.


When Will Alhuda open again?

Assalaamu Alaikum wa rahmatul laahi wa barakaatuhuu ikhwan, 

Alhuda will be closed until the Jamaa’ah salah is possible. The purpose of the masjid is to establish collective prayers.

It pains us all to see the masajid closed and we pray to Allah to bring ease and comfort to our hearts. 

May Allah ease our way back to continually being blessed with a masjid upon the Quran and Sunnah and may He subhaanah restore our salah in jamaa’ah ameen.

Jazaakumullahu khayran for your patience.

A Summary of Islamic Jurisprudence Abu Muadh Taqweem Announcements Fiqh (Jurisprudence) Prayer

Unsure about how to Pray the Eid Prayer?

Authentic info on:

  • How was it legislated?
  • Why do we perform it?
  • How many rakah/takbeer?
  • Common questions

Based on the Book “Summary of Islamic Jurisprudence” by Sh Al-Fawzan and read by our brother Abu Muadh Taqweem



Eid Mubarak!

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

Eid Mubarak to you all! May Allah bless this day for you and your family and preserve you. May Allah accept our prayers, fasting and good deeds during this Ramadhan and allow us to reach the next.

We advise everyone to pray the Eid salaah at home, please also make dua for the Ummah.

Jazaakumullaahu Khairan