MOSQUES IN LUTON SET TO RE-OPEN

Written by on December 1, 2020

Mosques in England will be allowed to re-open for congregational prayers from Wednesday 2 December after a month-long national lockdown.

Social distancing measures will still be in place.

Face coverings must be worn at all times unless exempt.

Musalees (people praying) should make ablution at home and bring their own prayer mat.

Here is when mosques in Luton will be opening their doors again:

Wednesday 2 December (from Fajr prayer)

  • Bait ul Abrar
  • Bury Park Jamia Masjid
  • Hockwell Ring Masjid
  • Luton Central Masjid
  • Luton Islamic Centre
  • Madinah Masjid
  • Masjid Bilal
  • Masjid Jalalabad
  • Masjid Sunnah
  • Masjid Zakariya
  • Saints Area Masjid
  • Suffa Tul Islam

Thursday 3 December (from Fajr prayer)

  • Al Hira Centre
  • Masjid-e-Ali
  • Turkish Community Association

Currently Closed

  • Masjid Jalal
  • Masjid Ibrahim

Salah times for Luton Mosques can be found here.

Jummah jamaat times for Luton are listed below:

Luton Jummah Al-Hira 12:30, 1 & 1:30 Baitul Abrar 12:15 12:50 & 1:30 BuryPark 12, 12:30 & 1 FarleyHill Masjid 12, 12:30 & 1 HockwellRing 12:15, 12:45 & 1:15 Jalalabad 12:30 & 1:30 Jamia alAkbari 12:15 1:15. Ghousia Trust 1 Kokni 12:30 Leagrave Hall 1 & 1:30 Central Masjid 12:30 1:30 Madinah Masjid 12:30, 1 & 1:30 as-Sunnah 12:30 & 1:05 Masjid-e-alI 12 Masjid-e-Noor 12:30 1:15 Suffa-Tul-Islam 12:30 & 1:15 Saints area 12:30, 1 & 1:30 Dallow Centre 12:45 Turkish Centre 12:30 Yusuf Hall 1 & 1:30 Zakariya 12:30, 1:15 Zuhri 12:30 & 1


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