In this edition:

Jumuah, 1:30 pm

Maximum capacity: 130

Gates close 5 minutes prior to prayer so please arrive early and ensure that you complete the COVID screening. If you are unable to attend or wish to cancel you can do so by requesting a “Refund” on Eventbrite, or by emailing us at or

Please note that if you make the effort to register, but are prevented by the cap on attendees, you will still get the reward by the mercy of Allah. You can also follow our live Khutbah online and perform Jumu’ah at home if you have two or more individuals present. This is the fatwa of our senior scholar, Shaikh Ahmad Kutty.

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Daily fajr & maghrib

Maximum capacity: 130

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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Roadmap to reopen

Learn about the Roadmap to Reopen, the province’s three-step plan to safely and gradually lift public health measures based on ongoing progress of provincewide vaccination rates and improvements of key public health and health care indicators.

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Summer Day Camp

Subject to public health restrictions IIT is planning an in-person 8-week Summer Day Camp for children 6-12 years old.

The Camp will follow the format of previous years’ programs with weekly themes and daily schedules including Islamic studies, songs and stories, arts and craft and recreation. The camp will be run by energetic Counsellors and supervised by experienced adults and educators

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Guyana Fundraising Efforts

People in Guyana whose homes, livelihoods and community infrastructure were destroyed by recent floods are receiving emergency aid through a campaign started by IDRF (International Development and Relief Foundation) in partnership with the Central Islamist Organization of Guyana (CIOG), and supported by a Canadian appeal involving a variety of faith groups and organizations.


Hajj restrictions

“In light of what the whole world is witnessing from the continuing developments of the coronavirus pandemic and the emergence of new mutations, Hajj registration will be limited to residents and citizens from inside the Kingdom only,” the ministry said in a Twitter thread.


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