Dhul Hijjah 1442 (2021) has been announced to begin on Sunday 11th July 2021 and we should be feeling extremely grateful. Allah (SWT) has blessed us with yet another opportunity to be here in this Dunya to make the most of the first ten days of Dhul Hijjah. May Allah SWT enable us to reap the benefits of these very valuable days. Ameen.
The Day of Arafah will be on Monday 19th July and we are strongly encouraged to fast on this day as the reward from Allah is immense! Allah will forgive 2 years’ worth of sins for 1 day of fasting!
Eid Al-Adha will be on Tuesday 20th July, we Insha’Allah plan to hold the Eid prayer outside in the field as we have in previous years. There will only be 1 prayer at 9.00am
No registration is required, prayer mats and face masks are advised but not required.
If it Rains
In the event of bad weather, we’ll hold the Eid prayer in the masjid. There will be 2 prayers, at the following times;
Prayer 1 – 8.00AM
Prayer 2 – 9.00AM
Both prayers are open to Brothers, Sisters and Childen.
Final information will be emailed on the day and can be found on our social media platforms.