Eid-ul-Adha 1439H on TUESDAY, 21 August 2018

On behalf of the Imams Council of ACT, Imam Adama Konda has announced that since the Day of Arafah will fall on Monday, 20 August 2018, Eid-ul-Adha will Inshallah be on TUESDAY, 21 August 2018.

Salat-ul-Eid at the Canberra Mosque will be at 7:30am for an 8:00am start. Eid Mubarak.

Start of Ramadan 1439 AH – Thursday, 17 May 2018

The Imams Council of ACT (Imam Mohammed Swaiti, Imam Nourredine Laraibi and Imam Adama Konda) have met after Maghrib today at the Canberra Masjid and have declared that fasting for Ramadan 1439 AH will start on Thursday, 17 May 2018, Inshallah. Therefore, Taraweeh prayers will start WEDNESDAY straight after ‘Isha’ at 7:15pm.

Hosting iftaars at the masjid

If you are interested in hosting an iftaar during Ramadan at the Canberra Masjid for the brothers & sisters attending the masjid, please contact Br Abdul Hakim or Br Khalid Yamin to ensure there are no clashes.

Taraweeh & Tahajjud prayers – Ramadan 1439AH

Taraweeh prayers will be held following ‘Isha’ prayers at 7.15pm every night during Ramadan inShaa’Allaah.

Our local brother, Br Hatem Saad will be leading Taraweeh every night throughout Ramadan.

Recordings of his Quran recitation during the month can be found here: https://isact.org.au/br-hatem-saad-quran-recitation/

Tahajjud Prayers will also being held at the Masjid at 4.00am in the last third of Ramadan.

Lecture this Sat 28 Apr

Date: Saturday, 28 Apr 2018
Topic: Characteristics of the Hypocrites
Time: After ‘Isha’ prayer (7.15pm)
Location: Masjid Canberra, 130 Empire Circuit, Yarralumla
Speaker: Br Abul Ehsan

There will separate arrangements for brothers and sisters as usual inShaa’Allaah. Audiovisual facilities also available for sisters.

New Qur’aan class every Wednesday

Date: From Wednesday, 14 Feb 2018 (every Wednesday)
Time: After Maghrib prayer
Location: Canberra Masjid, 130 Empire Circuit, Yarralumla
Speaker: Sh Abu Mous’ab
Cost: 
Free

Sh Abu Mous’ab will be conducting interactive Qur’aan class every Wednesday.  The classes will focus on reading, memorising and understanding the ayaat of the Qur’aan.
The classes are suitable for brothers and sisters inShaa’Allaah with the utilisation of the multimedia facilities at the masjid.

No registrations are necessary.

Organised by the Islamic Society of Australian Capital Territory (ISACT).

Lecture – Fri 22 Dec (after maghrib)

Date: Friday, 22 Dec 2017
Topic: the importance of ISLAMIC KNOWLEDGE and its effects
Time: After Maghrib prayer (8.15pm)
Location: Masjid Canberra, 130 Empire Circuit, Yarralumla
Speaker: Sh Abu Mous’ab

There will separate arrangements for brothers and sisters as usual inShaa’Allaah. Audiovisual facilities also available for sisters.

You are welcome to bring a plate of food to share with your brothers/sisters.

Eid-ul-Adha 1438H on FRIDAY, 1 September 2017

On behalf of the Imams Council of ACT, Imam Adama Konda has announced that since the Day of Arafah will fall on Thursday, 31 August 2017, Eid-ul-Adha will Inshallah be on FRIDAY, 1 September 2017.

Salat-ul-Eid at the Canberra Mosque will be at 7:30am for an 8:00am start. Eid Mubarak.

Eid-ul-Fitr 1438 AH – Sunday, 25 June 2017

Canberra Mosque announces that Eid-ul-Fitr 1438 AH will be Sunday, 25 June 2017, Inshallah. Salat-ul-Eid at Masjid Canberra will be at 7:30am for an 8:00am start. Eid Mubarak.

‘Eid ul Fitr 1438AH salaah arrangements – 25 or 26 Jun

*** ‘Eid date TBA pending announcement by Imams Council of ACT on Sat 24 June after Maghrib ***

The Eid day will be either Sunday (25 June 2017) or Monday (26 June 2017), subject to the announcement by the Imams Council of ACT.  Irrespective of the day, the Eid Salat at the Canberra Mosque will Inshallah start at 8:00am SHARP.  If you wish to attend the Eid Salat here at the Canberra Mosque plan to be here at 7:30am, to ensure you do not miss the start of the Salat.

The Islamic Society of Belconnen (Spence Mussallah) are organising their outdoor Eid at Exhibition Park in Canberra (EPIC), located in Mitchell.  Their Salat is planned for 8:30am. Further details can be found on their website: http://isb.org.au.