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Sunday 11 July 2021 is the first day of the Islamic month of Hajj, Dhū Al-Hijjah.
The Day of ‘Arafāt will be on Monday 19 July 2021.
Eid al-Adhā is on Tuesday 20 July 2021.
Eid prayers will be held at: 8:00am, 9:am and 10:00 am

Jumma Prayer from 5th Nov 2021:
First Prayer at 12:45pm and Second Prayer at 1:15 pm In Sha Allah

This Mosque is completely based on Taqwa and follows the Shariah’s laws.

And hold firmly to the rope of Allah all together and do not become divided.

Quran and Islamic Classes

Learning about Islam and the Quran is essential for
every Muslim child, and is necessary for both this world
and hereafter. Please join our classes

The Friday prayer start promptly at 1:30pm in summer and 1:15pm in winter every Friday.

Taraweeh and Eid prayers are also held.
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Daily Prayer Timings

Fajar : 6:45am
Zuhur: 1:00pm
Asr: 3:00pm

Maghrib : 4:20pm (Change every day)
Isha: 7:00pm 

Jumma Prayer

Due to COVID-19 restrictions
1st Prayer 12:45 pm
2nd Prayer 1:15 pm
Men and women are welcome!

Social Distancing Romford Mosque

COVID -19 Guidelines

We strictly follow Covid -19 guidlines

Quran Completion 2018

Romford Mosque annual prize distribution and a speech by
Councillor Keith Darvill.

SALAT(NAMAZ)

Importance of Salah(Namaz, Prayer) in Islam.  Download daily Salat timetable Romford Mosque.

Quran & Islamic Classes

Quran and Islamic Classes,
Ladies Classes (Free)
Quran Tafseer (For ladies only)

 

بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِيْمِ Romford Mosque (Masjid) exists since December 1996 in Romford(Borough of Havering). By the grace of Allah, This is first Mosque in Havering and is totally and completely based on Taqwa (piety, “Fear God as He should be feared” The Holy Quran: Al-i-Imran 3:102) and follows the Shariah’s laws.

Please come and see the true picture of Islam, we are the followers of the Sunnah and Shariah of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). Praise be to Allah, the Creator of all, and peace blessings be upon his last Prophet Muhammad the mercy of mankind.

New carpet laid out in the Mosque

Worshipper capacity 200 people