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Outdoor Jumuah

Insha’Allah we will be having ONE Salaatul Jumu’ah in the field AT 1:30 PM ON JULY 30
Khateeb: Shaikh Musleh Khan

  • All COVID measures remain in place
  • Being your prayer rug, and a chair if you will need one
  • Keep your masks on, and remain physically distanced for the entire duration of the khutbah and prayer
  • Dress for the weather and bring an umbrella for rain/shade
  • We will keep the khutbah to a maximum of 15 minutes; however, if you are prone to a heat stroke, or experiencing medical issues please refrain from attending
  • Make wudhu at home as washroom facilities will not be available

Please check our website and facebook for any change to this information. If the forecast calls for rain, we will resort to indoors Jumu’ah with registration on Friday morning at 8:00 am

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Daily fajr & maghrib

We are pleased to announce a limited opening for fajr & maghrib on a daily basis.

Registration must be done to ensure we have updated information. Attendance will be allowed only for those who have pre-registered and have been screened for COVID-19 symptoms through the registration process.

Registration is open for both brothers and sisters and is required to ensure compliance with the law, and to facilitate contact tracing.

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The Friday Hour: 7:30 pm

Keeping the Faith! Fridays at 7:30 PM. Please gather your family for an inspirational, educational and interactive program where we will explore elements of our Faith; reflect on important lessons and discuss current and emerging issues. This program will be streamed live on facebook and YouTube and

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Summer Day Camp

Welcome Package

In-person 8-week Summer Day Camp for children 6-12 years old.

A place where children can experience the richness, excitement, and warmth of an Islamic environment; a place where children learn the importance of caring, sharing, tolerance, patience, and working with others. In addition to arts & crafts, recreational and outdoor activities (including field trips), the program will offer Islamic activities based on weekly themes.

• July 5 - August 27, Mon. - Fri., 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
• Weekly registration - $100/child per week
• Limit of 12 campers per class
• 1:12 Ratio of Counsellors to Campers
• Covid-19 precautions in accordance with Toronto Public Health Guidelines
• A summer of fun and learning!

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