We are pleased to announce that Eid will be on Thursday 13th May.
May Allah accept our fasts and prayers we performed during Ramadan.
There will be 5 Eid Salah:
|Salah||Salah Time||Attendees||Doors Open||Reservation held till|
|4||9:45||Brothers and Sisters||9:30||9:40|
|5||10:30||Brothers and Sisters||10:15||10:25|
You must reserve your space online through the Eventbrite website/app and arrive early to ensure smooth entry and avoid delays. Please observe the strict timings above. Failure to observe these times may result in prayer spaces being given to others.
Those who have booked will be given priority. If you arrive without a booking you are not guaranteed entry and you will be asked to join a queue of people that will be admitted on a first-come-first-served basis (only if excess capacity is available in the Mosque).
You may bring 1 child (aged 12+) per adult. Children will need their own ticket.
Choose your Booking
Tickets will available from 9pm on Tuesday
Brothers and Sisters
Pay your Zakatul Fitr
Ensure that your Fitrana/Zakatul Fitr/Sadaqatul Fitr is paid before Eid.
Fitrana this year is £3.50 for every person in your household.
Doing Eid at Home?
If you are unable to attend the Masjid you can bring Eid to your home by tuning in to our YouTube channel and watching our broadcasts. Also wish Eid Mubarak to others in the chat.
Fill your house with the sounds of Eid and listen to Eid Takbeerat from 7am.
Tune in for the Eid Bayan at 9:45am
How to Pray Eid Salah
You can pray your Eid prayers from shortly after sunrise until Dhuhr time but the earlier you pray the better.
How to pray Eid
Step 1: Make the intention to perform Eid prayer
Step 2: Give the opening takbeer (‘Allahu Akbar’)
Step 3: Say the opening supplication quietly to yourself
Step 4: Give 6 more takbeers, raising your hands to your shoulders for each
Step 5: Recite Surah al-Fatihah and an additional surah loudly not quietly
Step 6: Say ‘Allahu Akbar’ while moving into ruku and complete the prayer cycle as usual
Step 7: Rise from prostration from the 1st prayer cycle saying “Allahu Akbar”. Then give 5 additional Takbeers.
Step 8: Recite Surah al-Fatihah and an additional surah
Step 9: Say ‘Allahu Akbar’ while moving into ruku and complete the prayer cycle as usual
Note: there is usually a Khutba (sermon) after the Eid prayers, like the Khutba of Jummah, but this does not need to be done when praying at home.
This is a video from last year which explain how to pray the Eid Salah yourself.