Timetable

Prayer Times

Date 18/02 19/02
Imsaak: 05:34 05:32
Fajr: 05:44 05:42
Sunrise: 07:12 07:10
Zohr: 12:23 12:23
Maghrib: 05:35 05:37

Programme Information

  • Thursday, 21st Feb 2019 7:50 PM - 9:20 PM
    Thursday 21st February 2019 15th Jamadi al-Akhar 1440 AH 7:50pm Opening Zulfikar Kermali 8:00pm Du'a Kumayl Mohamedabbas Jaffer 8:20pm Surah Yasin Fazleabbas Nanji 8:35pm Marsia Bapa Canani 8:40pm Announcements 8:45pm Majlis - Brother Khalil Alkadhimi 9:15pm Speech from the EC 9:20pm Ziyarat al-Warith Reza Hooda
  • Friday, 22nd Feb 2019 12:23 PM - 1:23 PM
  • Monday, 25th Feb 2019 8:00 PM - 9:25 PM
    8:00pm Opening Miqdad Master Nazznin bai Hooda (Isale sawab for marhum of Hooda family) 8:10pm Hadith al-Kisa 8:25pm Qasida Hasnain Canani 8:30pm Announcements 8:35pm Majlis - TBC 9:15pm Qasida Bapa Canani 9:20pm Qasida Mohdabbas Jaffer 9:25pm Ziyarat
  • Thursday, 28th Feb 2019 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    Kumayl Club | for Children and Parents | 6:30pm-7:30pm | Parallel Du'a Kumayl and Ziyarat Warith will be conducted for adults.

Visit of GCSE Students from St John's College to the Al Mahdi Centre

Wessex Jamaat is proud to regularly host groups of schoolchildren and scouts groups for educational visits to the centre. Wessex Jamaat is proud to regularly host groups of schoolchildren and scouts groups for educational visits to the centre....

Visit of GCSE Students from St John's College to the Al Mahdi Centre

salahWessex Jamaat is proud to regularly host groups of schoolchildren and scouts groups for educational visits to the centre. On the 4th October we were glad to welcome a group of GCSE students from St John's College in Portsmouth, led by Mrs Turner.

The visit comprised of a tour of the grounds, highlighting the various environmentally friendly features that have been installed. Following this, the students were welcomed into the centre, where they participated in a workshop learning about the key beliefs and practices in Islam.

This also provided an opportunity for the students to ask questions, leading to discussions on Hijab, terrorism, sects, family values and what life is like for a modern British Muslim. Alongside the theory, students got the opportunity to see the Ghusl room and discuss how life, death and the hereafter are seen in Islam. Thereafter, they got a taste of Islamic practices through a practical physical demonstration of Salah, in which they all participated. Salah 2

The feedback from the students has highlighted the impact that this has had on them, from the 'interesting architecture' and 'beautiful gardens' to the 'clearing up of many misconceptions'. We hope that Insha Allah Wessex will have the Tawfiq to continue to welcome further groups of GCSE students from St John's in the future.