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MCEC, 30 Oakthorpe Road
Palmers Green, London
N13 5JL, United Kingdom

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Eid ul Fitr: Sunday 25th June 2017

Last Updated on 24th June 2017

Insha’allah Eid-ul-Fitr will be on Sunday 25th June 2017

Jazak’Allah khayran to everyone that has supported the Mosque and Centre throughout Ramadan, with your donations and pledges. 

Please be prompt and conscious of our neighbours. It is a weekend day so the roads will be quiet but our neighbours will be resting so please park considerately and share cars as much as possible.
Also please be conscious of how well we also treat each other. It will be crowded so be mindful of the need to respect others’ space and requirement to pray.

The Eid Jamaat times are:

  • 06:30
  • 07:45
  • 09:00
  • 10:15
  • 11:30

Eid is a time of joy and celebration, to be spent with loved ones, family and friends. Eid is a time to continue further on the path towards spiritual development, through recitation of Qur’an, dhikr of Allah and reflection. Eid ul-Fitr marks the conclusion of fasting in the month of Ramadan.

We remind our congregation that the Prophet (pbuh) said: “Whoever fasts Ramadan and follows it with six days from Shawwal it is as if they fasted the entire year.” (Sahih Muslim)

Sadaqa al-Fitr

This year’s Sadaqatul Fitra is a minimum of £5.00 per person. You have to pay this amount before you pray in the Eid Jama’ah. The money given will be distributed to the most in need around the world.

 


Terror Attack in Finsbury Park on 19 June 2017

Last Updated on 19th June 2017

Terror Attack in Finsbury Park on 19 June 2017

As peaceful worshippers readied themselves after tarawih (Night Prayers) for their suhoor (pre-dawn meal) during this month of Ramadan, they fell victim to a terrible terrorist attack last night outside Finsbury Park Mosque.

Whoever did this, they are plain and simply terrorists and should be treated as all terrorists, with condemnation and they must face full force of the law. These times are challenging and difficult but we pray that God protects all peaceful people in these difficult times.

Our thoughts & prayers are with the victims and their families. We especially commend the emergency services who responded quickly and those members of the public who helped apprehend the perpetrator of this crime.

Please look after yourselves, your friends, families, colleagues and neighbours and remain vigilant. We won’t let the terrorists win, and we will continue to go about our daily business.

 

Board of Trustees

MCEC – Palmers Green Mosque

19th June 2017

#westandtogether

[pdf version of this statement]


Oh What a Night(of power!)

Last Updated on 18th June 2017

Our boys Ramadan Power Night was another success! From iftar all the way to fajr – A night of prayers, games and reflection! A big thank you to our amazing volunteers who gave up their valuable time to spend the night to inspire our young people!

These memories will insha’Allah last with them a lifetime and contribute to them having positive relationship with their faith #ramadanmubarak #powernight #oddnight #volunteering #inspire #nextgeneration #muslims #mcec


Grenfell Tower fire: How to Help

Last Updated on 14th June 2017

With the horrific fire which tore through Grenfell Tower yesterday evening, Al Manaar  – Muslim Cultural and Heritage Centre are supporting local residents and victims with a temporary shelter and are providing blankets, food and water. If you want to help out, please review their emergency support page, and get in touch with them.

Please all pray for those who have been injured, any killed or who have lost property and for all those responding.


Eid Fair – Sunday 16th July 2016 – 2pm onwards

Last Updated on 12th June 2017


Brutal attack in London on 3rd June 2017

Last Updated on 4th June 2017

London last night again suffered another brutal attack.

As hundreds of thousands of Muslims in the UK prayed through the night in mosques and community centres during this month of Ramadan, a group of evil people perpetrated a horrific attack against our home. Ramadan has seen horrific attacks in Kabul, Baghdad and now London.

The streets around London Bridge and our famous Borough market were filled with panic and mayhem.

These actions are those of cold blooded murderers. Any claimed affiliation to religion and religious belief are a misnomer.

If they claim to be Islamic, they are not in any sense of the word, especially carrying out these acts in the holy month of Ramadan, a month of Mercy.

As we have said before, those who think that such actions are justified are not only misguided, they are wrong. They should face up to the horrors they deem acceptable and be held accountable for their heinous views.

This is our home. We need to secure our homes, families, neighbours and our city. And it is important to show a defiant face to these criminals while standing together with those who work to protect us – whether it is the Police, other emergency and security services or even vigilant members of the public.

Our prayers are with them and victims of these attacks and also with the hundreds of people who offered a support and solace for those stranded in London last night.

 

Board of Trustees

MCEC – Palmers Green Mosque

4th June 2017

[PDF Version of this statement]