If you would you like to invite your friend(s) to attend one of the Jumuah prayers, fill out the form below and we would let you know about the proper date for them to join us.
Dos and don’ts for visitors:
- Women: Women should have all skin covered; ankle-length skirts or pants are required. Sleeves should reach to each wrist and the hair should be covered by a headscarf. Pants or skirts that are too revealing, clingy, or tight should not be worn.
- Men: Men should wear long pants and plain shirts without messages or slogans when visiting mosques. Short-sleeved shirts are acceptable as long as the sleeves are not shorter than average. If in doubt, wear long sleeves.
- Before entering, the custom is to remove your shoes and place them aside. Clean and presentable socks, stockings, or tights are therefore a good idea.
- Men and women usually enter the prayer hall by separate entrances.
- Avoid making loud noises or engaging in unnecessary conversations while the speaker is giving his sermon.
- Turn off mobile phones.
- If a visitor arrives when the prayer is in progress, he or she should find a place near the rear wall and quietly observe the prayer.