Alhamdulillah, the Masjid is open for congregational prayers with Covid-19 guidelines in place from Wednesday 2nd December
We are looking for volunteers to help us maintain the Covid-19 guidelines for the 5 daily prayers. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please email us at email@example.com your name and phone number and we will be in touch. Jazakallah Khair
Please observe the following Covid-19 guidelines for your safety and the safety of others:
⏱️ The Masjid will be open 10 minutes before and will be locked 10 minutes after the Fardh prayer – this will be a strict process. Please read sunnah and nawafil at home.
😷 Anyone attending the Mosque for prayers will need to wear a mask, you will need to bring your own prayer mat and a bag for your shoes.
🧴 Upon arrival and at exit, attendees will be asked to apply hand sanitiser which must be used
💧 Wudhu areas and toilet facilities will remain closed, so attendees will need to come prepared from home
🦽 There will be no facilities available for older or disabled people – there will be no chairs available for those who cannot pray independently
🚸 Elderly brothers (over 65 years old) and young children should not come for congregational prayer, in order to protect yourself and others in the congregation
🤧 Anyone who has signs of flu, a cold, or any other medical condition please do not enter the Mosque because you could infect other people
2⃣ Please maintain the current social distancing rules. Signs will be provided to help.
📚 There will be no Madressah, events, classes, lectures or Taleem until further notice.
👥 Please regularly check our website (www.norbury.org) for the latest guidelines. The guidelines for Jumuah prayers will be made available on our website too, which may include a limit to the number of people allowed in the Masjid at any one time.