Jumma Prayers - Come and see how your Muslim Friends Pray?

Friday 17 November 12.45 – 13.15

74 Church Gate , Leicester

Jumma prayers, also known as Friday prayers, hold special significance in Islam. They are a congregational prayer that Muslims perform every Friday, typically in a mosque. Jumma prayers consist of a sermon, or khutbah, delivered by an Imam before the congregational prayer, which includes two rak'ahs (units of prayer). The Friday prayers serve as a weekly gathering for the Muslim community, providing an opportunity for communal worship, spiritual reflection, and social connection. Attending Jummah prayers is considered a religious obligation for adult Muslim men, while women may attend if they choose.

Event held by City Retreat Leicester
Contact Team City Retreat
Email info@cityretreat.org
Website www.cityretreat.org
Venue accessibility Disabled toilet, Large print signage, Wheelchair access
Event categories Charity fundraising event, Visit to a place of worship, Women’s event, Youth event
Important information Matalan's parking lot is where you can park. There is a clock tower not far from where we are. Do you feel like warming up with a cup of tea or coffee? There's a cafe just next door where you can do just that.

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