Jamme Masjid Reading
COVID-19 Notice - EID AL-FITR
EID UL-FITR – Sunday 24 May 2020 / 1441 H
On behalf of Jamme Masjid Reading, we would like to wish you and your family a blessed, peaceful and safe EID INSHALLAH.
Aisha Masjid & Islamic Centre, Reading; and Jamme Masjid Alexandra Rd, Reading closed until further notice.
*Coronavirus: Covid-19 Official Announcement *
السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته
With immediate effect, all congregational prayers, including Jummah prayers, at Aisha Masjid & Islamic Centre, Reading and Jamme Masjid Alexandra Rd, Reading are suspended until further notice.
Prayers & Support
This is a time of introspection, remembrance and calling upon our Creator. We kindly request you all to fervently call upon Allah to alleviate our troubles, remove all sicknesses, allow us to take heed of the many lessons of tribulation and bring us closer to Him.
This decision was not taken lightly and has been based on the Islamic Principle that “Aversion of harm takes priority over acquisition of benefit”.
“And place your trust in Allah. Allah is enough as a guardian.” [33:3]
“and I entrust my affair to Allah. Indeed, Allah is Ever Watchful of His slaves.” [40:44]
Prayer halls are available for everyone to come and pray five times a day. Please check prayer times for Jamah times. Wudu facilities are available in mosques. Note – Check the latest COVID-19 Notices.
The mosques offer weekday after school Arabic classes for young children to learn and recite the Holy Quran. Children are taught Ahsanul Qawaid, Quran and Islamic Studies.
We aim to deliver the message of Islam to the local community. Please check for regular events and speeaches held at Aisha Islamic Centre and the Jamme Masjid Reading.
Funeral rites for a Muslim arranged by the Jamme Masjid for the deceased from the hospital or mortuary, washing & storage and making arrangements for the funeral prayer and the burial.
“And who ever puts all his trust in ALLAH, He will be enough for him.”
General Questions Answered
This is a very important question at present. We aim to update you with notices on our websites on up to date information. The restrictions on opening the mosques for prayer will be based on regular meetings of the imams and management.
We have children education classes teaching children the religion and the Quran. Weekdays after school from 4pm to 8pm. Feel free to bring in your children to learn at the Jamme Mosque Reading.
Yes, the Mosque is open everyday for prayers. Please note current restrictions on COVID-19.
The Jamme Masjid is based on Alexandra Road, Reading Berkshire. The Aisha Mosque and Islamic Centre is based on London Road, Reading.