Parramatta Mosque has re-opened and is in operation in accordance NSW Government regulations.
Jummah prayers (Friday prayers) is prayed instead of Dhuhr prayers on Fridays. This is just after noon time. The prayers are made in the congregation prior to which a Khutbah (Islamic talk) is given by the Imam. Everyone stands in the congregation and prays 2 rak’aat of Jummah Salah together following the Imam as the leader.
Jummah prayers are compulsory in particular for men. However, if Jummah prayers are not prayed in the congregation then one should pray Dhuhr as you would normally.
Parramatta Mosque provides three Khutbah sessions during Friday Prayers for local residents, workers, visitors, and guests. Each session runs for 30 mins allowing you to join the Khutbah talk given by the Imam and thereafter pray in the congregation before the next Khutbah begins. Since this is the only Mosque running in the Parramatta vicinity, we ask all the attendees to pray their Sunnah at work or other locations, due to the Mosque getting busy and in order to prevent overcrowding.
|Effective from 7 October 2022 - 30 December 2022
1 - 12:55 PM - 1:20 PM
2 - 1:40 PM - 2:05 PM
|IMPORTANT NOTE: ||Parramatta Mosque is COVID Safe in accordance with regulations of NSW Government.