Eid Al-Adha 1442


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Eid Al-Adha 1442

Assalamu Alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu,

Kingston Mosque will hold Eid Al-Adha on 20 July 2021.

There will be four salahs, which are the following:

  • 6:00am led by Mufti Anwar Muhammad
  • 7:30am led by Sh. Sohail Hanif
  • 9:00am led by Imam Van Ael
  • 10:00am led by Sh. Omer El-Hamdoon

Musallis will not need to reserve a prayer slot but are still required to bring their own mask and prayer mat. Doors will shut once full capacity is reached.

KMA Board of Trustees.

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Assalamu Alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu,

Further to the relaxation of rules by the government and amidst rising infection rates in the Kingston area, the board have decided to err on the side of caution. Therefore the following has been decided:

  1. The wearing of masks inside the mosque will continue as before. Those who wish not to wear the mask will be asked to perform their salah in open areas (the back open area and the side alleyway along the shoe rack section).
  2. There will be no more social distancing between mussallis. Please continue to bring your own prayer mats.
  3. Part of the Wudhu and bathroom facilities will be opened. We would kindly request all those using these facilities to clean after use.
  4. For Jummah prayers on Friday 23/07/21, you will not require to reserve your slot – entrance will be shut when capacity is reached.

These changes will be applied from the 19th of July 2021.

We urge everyone to continue exercising caution for their own safety until further notice.

KMA Board of Trustees.

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Assalamu alaykum,

On Friday 16th of July, we’ll be inviting Richmond’s MP, Sarah Olney to hold a surgery at the Masjid from 2pm to 4pm.

She will be holding private sessions with individuals or groups to give them an opportunity to meet her and discuss matters of concern. 
These matters may relate to local issues (street crime, litter, housing etc) or to national policy.


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  • Walk-in clinic: You can also book a specific time here: BOOKING FORM
  • 1st dose only on 25 June 2021 (Friday) from 10:30 am until 18:00 pm.
  • Age requirement: 18+
  • 2nd dose date to be advised.
  • Venue: Kingston Mosque 55-57 East Road, Kingston upon Thames, KT2 6EJ
  • Vaccines offered: AstraZeneca or Pfizer.

Please wear clothing that allows easy access to your upper arm to administer the vaccine.

Run in conjunction with the NHS.

Help us to combat the sharp rise in cases of Covid-19 across the borough largely driven by the more transmissible Delta variant (previously known as the Indian variant).

Evidence shows that having the vaccine continues to be highly effective in preventing serious illness and onward spread of the virus. Alongside the vaccination, you will also be provided with some test kits to take with you to continue testing yourself.

Kingston Muslim Association.

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Eid salah update.

In addition to the current eid prayers we have announced previously, there will now be a 7th jamah held at 5.20am and an 8th jama’ah at 11.45am due to popular need and demand.

Booking will go live at Fajar time on Wednesday, May 12.

Kingston Masjid

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Kingston Masjid Announcement

It’s with a heavy heart we have to announce that Eid in the park has been cancelled.

Yesterday afternoon the Masjid received feedback from the Director of Public Health South West London who confirmed given the current Covid restrictions and specifically emerging variances of concern locally, Eid in the park has been cancelled.

Please check after Dhuhr on Tuesday, May 11 and you will be able to pre-book for May 13 via www.prayerslots.co.uk

We plan to hold six prayers with the first prayer starting at 5.20am followed by 6am, 7am, 8am, 9am, 10am, 11am and lastly, 11.45am.

Please come with your wudu, prayer mat, shoe bag and mask.

Finally, please share this latest information on your what’s app groups; Facebook so people in our community and beyond can be made aware of the situation we find ourselves in.

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Kingston Masjid Announcement: 9.45am Eid in the Park for All at Kingsmeadow.

May 12 or 13.

Please share with family and friends and book your slot in advance on www.prayerslots.co.uk

Book Eid slot on May 13th only. Any other date selected will be cancelled.

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Ramadan 2021 – 1442AH

Ramadan protocol


  1. Sisters are also welcome to attend the prayers, including isha and taraweh.
  2. Maintain social distancing – on entry and exit.
  3. Wear a face mask.
  4. Bring your own prayer mat.
  5. Bring your bag to place your shoes. Shoe racks are sealed and not to be used.
  6. For Iftar – bring your own dates. A bottle of water will be provided to each individual. Please do not hand out or bring dates for the congregation.
  7. Food container per attendee will be handed out at exit after Magrib Salah (do not congregate outside).
  8. Mosque will be closed thereafter. It will reopen 15 minutes before isha.
  9. Limited bathroom facilities will be available for Taraweh ONLY. Please do wudhu at home
  10. Please leave quietly and do not congregate outside after prayers.

Isha Salaah & Taraweeh’s is by reservation only.

A maximum number of 2 is allowed per booking and can be booked for 2 days in advance. Please go to www.prayerslots.co.uk to reserve your place for Isha Salaah. Please note:

  1. No children under the age of 12 are allowed inside the mosque (isha and taraweh)
  2. Doors will be closed when capacity is reached.
  3. Those wishing to pray Isha salaah only – mussallis will be requested to use the side extension hall and exit using the door and alleyway straight ahead.
  4. For those wishing to pray Isha and 8 Rakats – mussallis are requested to use the rear two halls and exit using the side alleyway
  5. For those praying Isha and the 20 Rakats are requested to pray in the front area of the mosque and use all exits on leaving. The masjid will close 15-20 minutes thereafter.

Thank you for your understanding.

Board of Trustees,
Kingston Muslim Association.

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