Jumu'ah: 1:15, 2:15, 3:00 pm

By the grace of Allah we will be holding indoor Jumu'ah prayers in a limited and controlled manner. COVID-19 remains a serious health risk and we need to do our part to minimize the spread of the virus.

• 1:15 pm - Dr. Abdullah Hakim Quick
• 2:15 pm - Shaikh Abdool Hamid
• 3:00 pm - Shaikh Abdurrahman Hakh

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 required to ensure compliance with the law, and to facilitate contact tracing.

Gates close 5 minutes before prayer begins so please arrive early to check in.


MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS
- complete the registration process
- bring a copy of your ticket, or display on your phone
- if you don't have access to a printer or a phone, please inform the front desk
- bring your own rug; no sharing of rugs is allowed
- perform wudhu at home; washroom and wudhu facilities are not available
- wear a mask at all times
- bring a bag for your shoes
- follow the instructions of our volunteers
- line up for check in; all attendees MUST check in prior to entering the facilities
- practice social distancing, even when you are with members of your family
- exit when the prayer is completed; you can perform sunnah prayers at home
- do not touch surfaces, open doors, or attempt to access any other part of the building
- IIT reserves the right to deny entry to anyone at its sole discretion

Register for 1:15 Register for 2:15 Register for 3:00

Daily salaatul Maghrib

IIT is pleased to announce limited opening for Salaatul Maghrib on a daily basis, in compliance with the Government of Ontario's allowance for gradual reopening of places of worship.

Registration must be done daily 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 to both brothers and sisters and is required to ensure compliance with the law, and to facilitate contact tracing.

Gates will be closed 10 minutes before prayer begins so please arrive early to check in. Please check maghrib prayer timing at islam.ca

Register for maghrib

Summer Institute: all sessions start at 8 pm

Join us this summer for a series of short online sessions with our scholars on faith and practice.

All sessions will be streamed live on YouTube and facebook. Here is a snapshot of the weekly schedule:

Mondays: Soul Talk by Shaikh Ahmad Kutty followed by Qur'an Quest by Shaikh Musleh
Wednesdays: Hadith Notes by Shaikh Abdool Hamid and Shaikh Musleh Khan followed by Moments with the Messenger by Shaikh Abullah Hakim Quick
Fridays: Fatwa session with Shaikh Ahmad Kutty
Sundays, 11:30 am: Qur'an recitation with sister Julie Lowe (registration required)

Get details

First Global Conference on Disability and Islam: August 18

DEEN Support Service is pleased to host its first annual global conference on disability and Islam. Call for Abstracts now open! Please see below for more information.

This year’s theme: Towards understanding disability in Islam.

Important Dates:
• July 15 2020 Abstract Submission Deadline
• July 22, 2020 Notification of Acceptance/Rejection
• August 5, 2020 Final Paper Submission
• August 18, 2020 Conference Date

Get details

Friday khutbah: Shaikh Musleh Khan

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Tafseer session: Shaikh Abdool Hamid

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