MOSQUES IN LUTON SET TO CLOSE FROM THURSDAY

Written by on November 4, 2020

Mosques in Luton will temporarily close their doors once again due to national restrictions.

Boris Johnson announced a month-long lockdown for England set to begin from 12:01am on Thursday 5 November.

The restrictions mean places of worship must close except for independent prayer, service broadcasting and funerals.

Mosques in Luton will be closed to the public for all congregational prayers, including the Friday Jummah prayers.

Jummah reminders and khutbas (sermons) will continue to broadcast on Inspire FM every Friday from 12pm.

You can watch the live stream on Facebook.

For individual prayers, it is advised people contact their local mosque directly.

Mosques are expected to reopen on 2 December when the national restrictions are lifted.


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