[EID + Day Of Arafah Confirmed]
Saudi official moonsighting team have reported a negative sighting hence completing 30 days of Dhul Qi’dah.
Note the following dates:
1st Dhul Hijjah: Wednesday 23rd August
8th Dhul Hijjah/Start of Hajj: Wednesday 30th August.
Day of Arafah: Thursday 31st August
*Eid al-Adha/Yaum an-Nahr: Friday 1st September*
The first ten days of the month of Dhul Hijjah are great in virtue and it is from the Sunnah to increase in worship and good deeds; especially fasting on the Day of Arafah.
Abu Qutadah (ra) reports that the Prophet (salAllahu alayhi wasallam) was asked about fasting on the Day of Arafah. He said, “It expiates for the sins of the previous year and of the coming year.” (Muslim)
May Allah accept the Hajj of all pilgrims and the efforts of all those at home.
NOTE: Eid falling on a Friday means we will have two Khutbas(Sermons)
One in the park and one in the masjid(1:10pm)
Inshallah on Thursday 24th August there will be an Eid party for all the madrasah students!
11:45am – 1:30pm during class times.
Madrasah class times during the summer holidays (26th July to 24th August) will be:
Mon – Thur 11.45 am to 1.45 pm.
Please drop off and collect your children on time.
DUE TO LOW ATTENDANCE ON 9th JULY, THE AGM WILL NOW BE HELD ON:
SUNDAY 13th AUGUST 2017
AT WORTHING MASJID
Full details here: AGM 2017
The children’s Madrasah classes will restart on Monday the 3rd of July.
You can find all the Madrasah related information and documents on the Islamic Schools section of the website.
We are enrolling new students born before the 31st of August 2012.
If intersted, please download and fill an enrolment form and bring it with you during class time.
“Takabballahu minna wa minkum”
Inshaa Allah Eid ul Fitr will be on Sunday 25th June 2017.
Weather permitting there will be 1 Eid Jamaat at Pond Lane Ground, Pond lane BN13 2RH.
In case of bad weather there will be 2 Eid Jamats in the Masjid.
1st @ 9.00am & 2nd @ 10.00am.
Eid Mubarak to you and your family.
Sent on behalf of Worthing Masjid.
Following the incident at the Finsbury Park Mosque this week, a non-Muslim person left this at the masjid as a sign of solidarity.