سٹی جامع مسجد میں
NHS COVID-19 App
NHS QR code
کا اشتہار آویزاں کیا جا رھا ھے ۔آپ داخل ھوتے وقت اپنے سمارٹ فون کے ذریعے QR code سکین کریں تو آپ کا مطلوبہ ٹیسٹ خود بخود ھو جائے گا۔
ھم آپ سے درخواست کرتے ھیں کہ آپ مندرجہ ذيل لنک سے یہ App ڈاؤن لوڈ کر لیں اور مسجد داخل ھونے کے لئے ازخود اپنے آپ کو رجسٹر کر کے داخل ھو جائیں۔
نمازِ جمعہ کے لئے یہ بطورِخاص ضرورى ھے بصورت دیگر آپ كو مسجد كى انتظا ميہ سے رجسٹریشن کروانا ھوگی.
2 اکتوبر 2020 سے جمعہ کی صرف ایک جماعت ایک بج کر تیس منٹ/1:30 پر ھو گی۔
اھم گزارشات :
-آپ کے پاس App ھونی چاھیے تاکہ آپ مسجد میں جلدی داخل ھو سکیں۔
-آپ اپنے جوتوں کے لئے بیگ اور اپنے جائے نماز ساتھ لائیں۔
مہیا کیا گیا ھینڈ سینا ٹائزر استعما ل کریں۔
-اگر آپ کے بچوں کو کرونا وائرس کی وجہ سے گھر بھیجا گیا ھے تو ان کو مسجد میں بھی ساتھ نہ لائیں۔
جگہ کی تنگی کے پیشِ نظر وقت پر تشریف لائیں۔
-آتے اور جاتے وقت انتظامیہ کی ھدایات پر عمل کر کے تعاون فرمائیں۔
From 1st August we will not be using Eventbrite for congregational salah registration except for Jumah. We will be requesting attendees to fill in a consent form to assist NHS Track and Trace. JazakAllah
Insha’Allah we will be holding our first Jumah congregational salah since 20th March 2020. In line with UK government guidelines for places of worship, we must keep a list of attendees to assist the ‘track and trace’ effort if required. This is why registration is mandatory. For everyone’s safety we are operating with 2 m social distancing which means that our capacity is currently limited to 50 per congregation. We will hold 4 jamaats for Jumah. Please register for 10th July using the links:
City Jamia Masjid will be re-opening on 4th July 2020 for congregational
(jamaat) prayers only.
In line with
our risk assessment in relation to COVID-19, the following guidance must be
followed to ensure the safety of all attendees. Please familiarise yourself
with these arrangements prior to attending the masjid.
The Masjid will
issue further guidance for Jumuah salaah, which will be published on our
Masjid will be open for congregational (jamaat) prayers only.
the main prayer hall will be in use. The capacity is restricted to 50
worshippers per jamaat.
one-way system is in operation. You must enter from South Street and exit from
racks, coat hooks and masjid hats, Qurans or tasbihs are not available.
wudhu facilities are closed. Please perform wudhu at home.
covering is mandatory. Please bring a mask or other face covering with you. The
masjid may be able to provide one, if you do not have one with you.
your own prayer mat with you.
Masjid will be open for congregational (jamaat) prayers only.
will be using Eventbrite to record registrations for salah. You will need to
follow the links (please check our website for latest links, these are current
as of 4th July 2020):
registration is important for us to manage numbers and also ensure we can help
prevent a local outbreak. There will be an opportunity to register on arrival.
If you register in advance, please have your barcode with you on your
Jumuah salah, we will release separate links closer to the time with the
various Jamaat times (multiple, separate congregations are planned).
at the masjid
arrival, you will be asked to use the hand sanitiser in the foyer.
will then perform a temperature check. If you have a high temperature, you will
be turned away for everyone’s safety.
will be asked to scan yourself in using your Eventbrite ticket or to register
upon arrival (if there is still capacity).
shoe racks will not be accessible, you must take a bag that will be provided
for your shoes or you can bring your own shoe bag with you.
be patient and adhere to the 2m marks on the carpet. Do not try and rush ahead.
masjid will open 10 minutes before each salah and the doors will be closed one
minute before jamaat beginning. Please read your sunnah and nafil salah at
the Prayer Hall and Praying
follow the arrows filling the front row first.
are 6 rows, each labelled A-F. Ensure that you listen to staff and volunteers
and ensure that you do not go against the one way system and make sure you fill
entering the prayer hall, proceed as instructed by the Masjid volunteers, place
your prayer mat where indicated by the floor markings.
not attempt to access any Qurans or other kitabs from the bookcases.
to all signage around the Masjid and any instructions provided by the Masjid
the Masjid is at full capacity or you arrive after the commencement of the
Jamaat, you will not be permitted to enter the Masjid.
there is a large capacity, the Imam will ask one row at a time to leave. Please
listen carefully and follow instructions.
is via the one-way system out to the Stockport Road entrance.
patient and adhere to social distancing of at least 2 metres at all times
following the stickers on the carpet, when exiting.
not gather at the exit, or in the vicinity of the Masjid.
the sisters area is currently closed due to building work. Whilst we cannot
provide facilities for congregational salah, we will aim provide space to pray
for any sister who wishes to pray at the masjid insha’Allah.
bear with us. Once our building work is complete, we will have the large space
for sisters in any mosque in the North West and beyond insha’Allah!
follow all social distancing guidance if using the masjid car park.
You must not
attend the Masjid if:
or any member of your household display any COVID-19 symptoms as stated at www.nhs.uk (which include, a high temperature, a
new, continuous cough or a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste), or
if you are required to self-isolate in accordance with government guidance. For
example, if you:
a family member have recently had any COVID-19 symptoms;
recently returned from overseas; or
been asked to self-isolate by the NHS test and trace service.
strongly advise that you do not attend the Masjid if:
have an underlying medical condition that puts you at a higher risk of severe
disease from COVID-19;
are aged 70 or over;
are aged 13 or under.
Document Version: V1, 3rd July 2020
Download the PDF version of this document from here
It is with great sadness that we wish to inform you that Allama Khalid Mahmud sahib, founder of Islamic Academy of Manchester, and world renowned scholar has passed away today on 20th Ramadan.
.Please pray for Allama sahib and the family
At this difficult time, please be mindful of restrictions due to COVID-19 and need for social distancing and also respect the privacy of the family.
Allama Khalid Mahmud was born in Syalkot, Pakistan. He began his education in Gujranwala/Gujarkhan before travelling to Dar ul Uloom Deoband and finally to Dhabel where he graduated as an Alim having studied under Ulema of the calibre of Allamah Sulayman Nadwi, Moulana Khayr Muhammad Jaalandhari, Mufti Muhammad Shafi and Allamah Idrees Khandelwi (may Allah have mercy on them all) during his travels. He then taught at Murray College, Syalkot as a Professor before joining Tanzeem Ahlus Sunnah wal Jama’at and also wrote for its magazine, “Da’wat”. In 1966, Allama Khalid Mahmud came to the U.K. and was amongst the first Imams in Birmingham based at the mosque that was established at Speedwell Road in Edgbaston, and also had some involvement at Birmingham Central Mosque. He obtained a PhD in Comparative Religion from University of Birmingham. He later moved to Manchester, and established The Islamic Academy of Manchester (in 1974) where great personalities such as Moulana Yusuf Motala (rh) worked along side him (before establishing Dar ul Uloom Bury) and it is reported that Shaykh Asif Husain Farooqi Sahib (daamat barakaatuhum) would also sit in his talks.
He was formerly a senior member of the Sharia Appellate Bench of the Supreme Court of Pakistan and was world-renowned as a munazir and debater. He had debated with the biggest personalities of many deviant sects and astonishingly it is reported that he participated in his first debate at the age of just 12 with a Qadiani senior old enough to be his great grandfather. He also debated with the official Mujtahids of the Shia in Lukhnow and also debated with the senior students Moulana Nazeer Husain, one of the greatest elders of the Ahle Hadith. This is in addition to his famous victory over senior Barelwi Scholars of the UK in 1979 in Sheffield.
Allama Khalid Mahmud was famed for his unique insight, razor sharp mind and piercing intellect. But not many know that Allah had also endowed him with a photographic memory and as such, he never took any notes during his entire time in Dar ul Uloom. Even in his later years, he once related that as soon as something enters his ears, he never forgets it. He authored over 100 books including an 8 volume masterpiece on Barelwism entitled Mutala-e-Barelwiat, Athar ut Tanzeel (on the topic of the sceince of Tafsir), Athar ul Hadith (on the topic of the sceince of Hadith), Athar ut Tashree (on the topic of the sceince of Fiqh), Athar ul Ihsan (on the topic of the sceince of Tasawwuf), Khulafa e Rashideen (on the topic of the continuation of Islam after the passing of Sayyiduna Rasulullah, Peace and Blessings of Allah be upon him), Abqaat (similar to Bawaadir un Nawaadir of Hakeem ul Ummat, rahmatullahialayh) and many others. He also has Ijazah in the Qadri Silsilah and descends from a long line of Shaykhs.
Allama Khalid Mahmud was over 90 years of age and we pray Allah subhanahu wata allah grant him the highest ranks in jannat.
In the name of Allah, the most Merciful. All praise is for Allah. May his peace and blessing be upon the Messenger of Allah, his family, the faithful companions, and those who follow them.
After detailed consideration of Observatory reports and moon sighting evidence from different locations, City Jami’ Manchester has decided that tomorrow 24th April will be 30th Shabaan and 1st Ramadhan 2020 will be on Saturday 25th April 2020 insha’Allah
As you know the masjid is closed, therefore please stay at home and perform your prayers, Taeweeh and Dua’s.
Please follow the lockdown and social distancing measures. This is very important to save ourselves and save others.