Stay informed on prayer timings at East London Mosque from jamā’ah to Eid prayers, alongside practical advice on fulfilling Eid prayer at home.
What time is prayer East London Mosque?
The jamā’ah time at the East London Mosque is 12.45pm during the months of British Winter Time (i.e. GMT), and 1.30pm during the months of British Summer Time. The Adhān is called 15 minutes before the jamā’ah.
What time is the Eid prayer at East London Mosque?
Eid prayers will be held at: 7:00am – Shaykh Abdul Qayum. 8:30am – Shaykh Syed Anisul Haque. 9:30am – Shaykh Musleh Faradhi.
What time can you pray Eid prayer?
Also, Eid prayer must be performed before zawaal. Zawaal refers to the time in which the sun has reached zenith, its highest point in the sky. Therefore, our recommendation is to perform the Eid prayer anytime between the hours of 7am and 12pm. There is no khutbah (sermon) after the prayer if you pray at home.
How long does Eid prayer last?
The correct time for praying Eid salah at home starts 15 minutes after sunrise and lasts until 10 to 15 minutes before Dhuhr (midday). If you are leading the prayer as an Imam, you have to recite the surahs from the Qur’an out loud and call out the takbeers.