COVID 19 – SMC Reopening with strict Rules

To summarise: Bring own musala/prayer mat. Wear mask/face covering in prayer hall. Carry shoes in bag. No hand shaking /hugging. No wudu available in SMC. Cold tap outside in emergency. Fard prayers only. Follow one way system. No access to kitchen. No use of SMC Qurans or other material. Masjid closed in between prayers. Jumua: …

COVID-19

In line with most places of worship and public gatherings we are acutely concerned about the coronavirus. As a result, Friday Jumua prayers will not take place at Shrewsbury Muslim Centre until further notice. If anyone of our community is in need of help or support in any way during these testing times, please don’t …

Eid Prayers 2019

The festival of Eid al-Adha will be celebrated insha’allah on Sunday 11th August with prayers at Shrewsbury Muslim Centre. The talk will begin at 9.30am and the Eid prayer at 10. Please try not to park outside SMC so that elderly or less mobile people can use these spaces. It may be the case that …

Sisters’ study circle

Sisters’ Study Circle Qur’an Tafseer, Fiqh, Tajweed, Islamic Study.   Starts Monday 17th June 12:00 – 1:00pm, at Shrewsbury Muslim Centre, then every week, insha’allah. The Study Circle is led by a Sister who has a degree in Islamic Studies and is a retired medical doctor. We are very blessed to have this sister. Please encourage all sisters to attend …

Eid Prayers

Please note that Eid Prayers will take place at 10am in Shrewsbury Muslim Centre on Wednesday, or if Monday is the final day of fasting,  then  Tuesday. Please note that parking is likely to be difficult so it in everyone’s interests to arrive early. Please do not park in any private parking areas such as …

Eid party

Eid  Party wiĺl be held at the United Reformed Church,  Shrewsbury,  on Sunday  16th June between 1:00 and 3:00pm. Finger food wiĺl be provided. All welcome to help us celebrate Eid ul-Fitr at the end of the holy month of Ramadan. Please join us.

New Zealand tragedy

We at Shrewsbury Muslim Centre would like to express our shock and sorrow at the horrific events in New Zealand.  Such a senseless, almost inexplicable act of hatred of fellow human beings by anyone is terrible. For it to be magnified and targeted on such a scale is almost beyond belief. Our thoughts and prayers …