Aza/Mourning

Parramatta Mosque provides services relating to Aza (mourning). For further information, please contact Parramatta Mosque on 0406175745
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Wedding

Parramatta Mosque provides services relating to Wedding/Nikkah. For more information, please contact the Parramatta Mosque Committee: info@parramatta.mosque.org.au
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Sisters Area

Parramatta Mosque is a place of worship open to all cultures and backgrounds. The Mosque caters in providing a designated space for sisters to pray their five daily prayers, throughout the week and inclusive of weekends. The Mosque provides a separate area for the sisters to pray in the congregation or in solitude. Facilities include a separate wudu (ablution) area for the sisters, providing bathroom amenities where you can perform your ablution in complete privacy. Praying materials are also available for use. These include scarves, hijabs, jilbabs (full-length outer garments covering head and hands) and skirts. Sisters will have access to utilizing the building lifts when exiting the Mosque throughout the week including weekends During Jum’ah (Friday) prayers, sisters can still access the designated Salah (prayer) area. The sisters are welcome to join any of the three Khutbah sessions that are offered during Fridays and to join the congregational prayers at the end of the Khutbah.
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Community activities

These are the activities provided by the Parramatta Mosque <ul> <li>Quran classes offered for Brothers after Fajr prayers on Saturdays.</li> <li>Quran classes offered for Sisters every Tuesday from 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM via Zoom online.</li> <li>Quran classes offered for Sisters every Saturday from 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM via Zoom online.</li> </ul> For further information, please contact the Parramatta Mosque Committee on 0406 175 745.
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Sadaqah

<span style="font-weight: 400;">Sadaqah is known as voluntary charity. Sadaqah can be in the form of teaching someone to read the Quran, Duaa or Dhikr, sharing of knowledge, planting a tree, building a mosque, steps taken towards Salah (prayers) or making contributions and donations. </span> <span style="font-weight: 400;">If you would like to make contributions for Sadaqah, please transfer directly to (otherwise contact Parramatta Mosque Committee):</span> <b>Commonwealth Bank of Australia (Parramatta Branch)</b> <b>Account Name</b><span style="font-weight: 400;">: Parramatta Islamic Cultural Association</span> <b>BSB Number</b><span style="font-weight: 400;">: 062223</span> <b>Account Number</b><span style="font-weight: 400;">: 11184736</span> <b>Swift Code</b><span style="font-weight: 400;">: CTBAAU2S (for overseas transfer)</span> <b>Description</b><span style="font-weight: 400;">: </span><b>SADAQAH</b>
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Hajj

Hajj is the fifth pillar of Islam. It is a pilgrimage to the Holy Kaaba (The House of Allah) situated in the sacred city Mecca in Saudi Arabia. It is obligatory for Muslims who are financially and physically in a capacity to carry out the pilgrimage. Parramatta Mosque has partnered with Mirage Travels in providing Hajj Umrah Package. For further information, please refer to www.miragetravel.com.au/
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Zakat

Zakat is the fourth pillar of Islam and it is a form of giving with its purpose to create a balance of wealth in society and help those in need. It relates to giving a proportion of ones’ wealth to charity. Zakat is mandatory for those who are financially stable and it should be paid to the disadvantaged and those in need. If you would like to make contributions for Zakat, please transfer directly to (otherwise contact Parramatta Mosque Committee): Commonwealth Bank of Australia (Parramatta Branch) Account Name: Parramatta Islamic Cultural Association BSB Number: 062223 Account Number: 11184736 Swift Code: CTBAAU2S (for overseas transfer) Description: ZAKAT
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Ramadan Iftaar

[smartslider3 slider=3] Ramadan is the third pillar of Islam and it is in this blessed month that the Quran was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him). Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and it is a sacred month in which the worshippers observe a 30 day fast from dawn to sunset where one abstains from all invalidators of Fasting including eating, drinking and having an intimate relationship with one’s spouse. The purpose of fasting is to submit and surrender to The Creator, Allah Subhannahu Wa Taala (SWT). Fasting allows for worshippers to gain perseverance by abstaining from the worldly pleasures. This is attained by spending time in salah (prayer) and dhikr (remembrance) of Allah SWT through additional prayers, recitation of the Quran or devotional acts of worship. During the blessed month of Ramadan, Parramatta Mosque is privileged to host more than 300 worshippers for Iftaar (breaking of the fast) and Suhoor (pre-dawn meal). This is provided across the 30-days fasting period as donated by the community and organized by the management team of Parramatta Mosque. Parramatta Mosque also provides Taraweeh prayers that are carried out during Ramadan, led by the Imam of Parramatta Mosque. We also host additional Qari from overseas to cover the extra religious activities of Ramadan. If you would like to make contributions towards Ramadan (Iftaar), you can transfer directly to (otherwise contact Parramatta Mosque Committee): Commonwealth Bank of Australia (Parramatta Branch) Account Name: Parramatta Islamic Cultural Association BSB Number: 062223 Account Number: 11184736 Swift Code: CTBAAU2S (for overseas transfer) Description: IFTAAR
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Eid Prayers

[smartslider3 slider=2] Eid Al-Fitr is the celebration marking the end of Ramadan (the month of fasting). During the Islamic lunar calendar, there are two major events that are celebrated, these relate to: <ul class="custom-ul-fa-angle font-medium"> <li>Eid Al-Fitr</li> <li>Eid Al-Adha</li> </ul> Generally, Eid is a three-day celebration whereby families and communities visit each other and celebrate by exchanging gifts and sharing festive meals. Eid Al-Fitr is the celebration marking the end of Ramadan (the month of fasting). Eid Al Adha is the second Eid where Muslims celebrate the end of the Pilgrimage to Mecca (Hajj). During this time, animals are slaughtered and sacrificed in accordance with Islamic traditions and the meat is distributed amongst the poor people. Parramatta Mosque accommodates in providing congregational prayers for Eid Al Fitr and Eid Al Adha, the services are provided for both men and women (please note, that a separate designated area is provided for the sisters). Eid Prayers are usually offered in Parramatta Park (if weather permits) or at Parramatta Mosque (if it is raining). The Iqama time for Eid Prayers will be announced closer to the date. For further information or updates, contact the Parramatta Mosque Committee on 0406 175 745.
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Lets God's grace be the mosque, and devotion the prayer mat. Let the Quran be the good conduct.

Contact Us

  • Prayer Hall: Level 1, 150 Marsden St, Parramatta NSW 2150
  • Phone No: 0406 175 745
  • Email: info@parramattamosque.org.au
  • Mailing/Postal Address: Unit 40, 150 Marsden St, Parramatta NSW 2150 OR PO BOX 813, Parramatta NSW 2124, Australia