EID PRAYER GRAYS MOSQUE/THURROCK 2019- EID UL ADHAA 1440AH 11th AUG2019 (males and females welcome)


EID PRAYER GRAYS MOSQUE/THURROCK- EID UL ADHAA 1440AH –  11th AUG2019

(males and females welcome)


Asalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh!

EID MUBARAK!

Taqaballallaahu minaa wa minkum! May Allah accept (good deeds) from us and from you. ameen

EID PRAYERS IN GRAYS ** SEE BELOW

We are still witnessing the best 10 days of the year, Alhamdulillah. Allah, The Self-Sufficient, The Most Generous, has honoured us with Islam and Iman, and before us we have a magnificent festival, Eid-ul-Adha, The festival of Sacrifice, on the 10th day of this sacred month of Dhul-Hijjah 1440. Let us congratulate one another on this joyous occasion.

May Allah accept (good deeds) from us and from you. ameen

ALERT -GRAYS /THURROCK EID PRAYER ANNOUNCEMENT BELOW*:

IMPORTANT- EID PRAYER ANNOUNCEMENT 10 DHUL HIJJAH 1440/ Sunday 11th AUGUST 2019:

EID PRAYER TO BE HELD AT GRAYS MOSQUE IN SHA ALLAH,  MEN AND WOMEN INVITED, SEPARATE FACILITIES IN SHA ALLAH. 

Please arrive early, prayer starts:

 Eid prayer jama’ah (congregation) will be held locally in GRAYS MOSQUE

TIME: 3 jamats

730am

830am

930am ( all men only jamats)

WOMAN ONLY CONGREGATION AT 1030AM (ARRIVE EARLY)

Car parking requires fee on surrounding roads/ car parks.

Washroom and ablution facilities at Mosque, but please come prepared.

DIRECTIONS: Grays Mosque (Thurrock Islamic Education & Cultural Association), Park Way Centre, Park Road, Thurrock, Grays, Essex, RM17 6RB (minutes walk away from Morrisons shopping centre and Grays train/bus station.)

**Alternative arrangements available in various locations and times on Eid day, including:**

Early 830am Eid prayer jamah for men and women, North Stifford, Grays

830am for 845am start in sha Allah

Venue: Stifford Hall Hotel

High Road

North Stifford

Grays

RM16 5UE

All welcome to the After Party / Mingle and celebration straight after the prayer We welcome everyone to meet fellow brother and sisters after the prayer. All are welcome to bring light refreshments / snacks / tea for the after get together in the same prayer hall. Parking is £3/car The hall is under new management and are asking for a £3/car parking charge. We have tried to get them to waive this charge, but the new management are not willing to waive this charge so all may be required to pay the parking charge once at the hotel. In order to keep things moving on time, we kindly request that parking charges be paid after the eid prayer has been concluded.

Pay by phone or at reception.

(FORWARDED)

IMPORTANT:

Please take a few moments for the sake of Allah to discover the obligations, sunnahs and etiquettes of Eid-ul-adhaa:

The etiquettes of Eid, the takbeer etc.

Udhiyah- animal of an’aam class (either sheep,camel, cow etc.) offered as a sacrifice as an act of worship to Allah, The Self-Sufficient Provider.

HOW TO PRAY EID PRAYER HERE

Some top tips (see above links for references from Qur’an and sunnah):

1- Do make an arrangement immediately to offer the udhiyah, if you have not done so already. You can do it with various Islamic charities in the UK, in sha Allah. Let us offer sacrificial animals in obedience to Allah, following the way of His final prophet Muhammad peace be upon him. Let’s share this bounty with our brothers and sisters around the world, in sha Allah!

2- Keep pronouncing the Takbeer, this is a great Sunnah! Remind each other! (starts on 1st Dhul Hijjah until sunset on the last of the days of Tashreeq, i.e. 13th Dhul Hijjah. Also read the takbeer after the obligatory prayers, starting from after Fajr on the 9th of Dhul Hijjah to after Asr on 13th of Dhul Hijjah.)

The Takbeer is:

Allahu Akbar, Allahu akbar, Allahu Akbar, laa ilaha illAllah, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, wa lillaahilHamd. (Allah is Most Great, Allah is Most Great, Allah is Most Great, There is no true god worthy of worship, except Allah. Allah is Most Great, Allah is Most Great, Allah is Most Great and all praise be to Allah.)

الله اكبر، الله اكبر، الله اكبر، لا إله الا الله، الله اكبر، الله اكبر، ولله الحمد

3-Have ghusl in the morning before going out to pray

4- If possible, make an effort to delay eating until after the Eid salah and eat from the udhiyah if you offered a sacrifice.

5- Men should go out wearing their finest clothes, perfume etc.When going out or in the presence of non-mahram men, women should avoid perfume. Women can wear their fine clothes so long as it is concealed by a full and complete, unadorned Hijab. When in female only environments, or among their mahram relatives, women may adorn themselves appropriately. My dear readers, let us remind ourselves that obedience to Allah takes precedence over all else.

6- Pray the Eid prayer in congregation

7- Congratulate one another! Taqabbal Allahu minnaa wa minkum (May Allah accept (the fast and worship) from us and from you)

8- Go out to pray one route, and return by another. Check out the links above for more!

9-Keep up with the abundant dhikr, this last of the ten best days of the year!!!

say: Subhanallah, Alhamdulillah, wa laa ilaha illAllah, wallahuakbar!

Let’s send salutations on the final prophet of Allah, Muhammad Sallallahu alayhi wasallam!

Jazakallah khair everyone who helped organise, and those who informed us, May Allah elevate you  us and our families.

Pray for us and share for the sake of Allah!

May Allah forgive us, for He is the Perpetual Forgiver and may Allah guide us to unite upon belief in His Oneness. Allahumma salli wasallim alaa nabiyinaa muhammad salllallahu alayhi wasallam. ameen

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virtues of the day of sacrifice: https://islamqa.info/en/36477

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