Religious welfare programme:
The Abu Bakr Mosque runs a diversified religious programme to meet the needs of all sections of the community. The Focus is on the following activities:
Daily Prayers: congregational prayers at Fajr, Dohr, asr, Maghrib, and Ishaa times. Times change regularly and it is recommended to
Weeky Friday Prayer:
The Friday or Jumu’a prayer takes time throughout the year. The Khutba ( sermon ) starts at 1.00 pm sharp. The prayer
During the sacred month of Ramadan, the Mosque adopt the following programme :
Daily and weekly prayers remain unchanged except for Isha, Taraweeh, and Tahajud prayers:
Isha: Conducted about an hour after Iftar to give people the chance to brak their fast and make their journey to the Mosque.
Taraweeh: conducted after Isha and made up of 8 rakaats that last around an hour.
Tahajud: Conducted over the last ten days of Ramadan and are made up of 8 rakaats and start at midnight.
Lectures and Seminars:
The Mosque organises regular lectures to promote Islam and to get the community together for the purpose of spreading a community spirit based on respect and love of each other. Topics of the lectures vary according to the need and challenges.