Welcome to Faizan-e-Madinah masjid

Latest News – (04/01/2021)

In line with Government COVID-19 Lockdown guidelines, Faizan-e-Madinah will be closed from 5th November 2020 to 2nd December 2020

All Daily Congregation and Jummah Prayers will be suspended

As per Government COVID-19 Lockdown guidelines, Faizan-e-Madinah will Open for individual Prayers Only at the following Prescribed times

Fajr: 06:15 to 06:45
Zuhr: 12:45 to 13:15
Asr: 14::30 to 14:45
Maghrib: 16:00 to 16:30
Isha: 19:00 to 19:30

Please note: spaces are limited and our max capacity is 164

You are required to bring your own prayer mat and wear a face mask

Please note there are no Wudu facilities.

Please register with your name and phone number if you have not already for every Visit

Faizan-E-Madinah is still open (as of 5th January 2021) for all 5 daily prayers, there is a maximum capacity of 90 for the 5 daily prayers and a maximum capacity of 164 for Jummah.

We have introduced new controls, processes, and procedures to minimize the risk of cross-contamination amongst the congregation. There will be a noticeable change to how the congregation enters and exits the masjid, as well as additional safety procedures.

We ask everyone to remain patient during these trying times as we may not be able to accommodate all of you due to restraints put upon us.

Please maintain social distancing at all times while at the masjid, we ask that you follow our COVID Saftey team instructions, they are here to help and keep you safe.

We will be conducting 2 Jammats for Jummah please arrive at least 20 minutes before Jammat.

Before entering the masjid

  • Ensure you arrive 20 mins before Jammat
  • Ensure you line up on the markers at a 2m distance from others
  • Ensure you come to Masjid with Wudu
  • Bring your own Prayer Mat
  • Ensure you wear your face mask (this is compulsary)
  • Please register with your name and phone number if you have not already for every Jammat

When entering/inside the masjid

  • Please maintain social distancing (2m at all times)
  • Please following the COVID Saftey Team instructions
  • Remain seated at all times, do not leave your designated spot unless instructed
  • If you arrive early and there is time before Fard you may pray your Sunnah
  • After Fard you may read your Sunnah, please remain seated, DO NOT PRAY YOUR NAFIL, DO NOT LEAVE
  • You will be instructed to leave indivualy by the COVID Saftey Team

Todays Prayer Times


17, Dhu al-Hijjah 1442

Jummah Salah Times

1st Jammat 13:20pm

2nd Jammat 14:00pm

3rd Jammat 14:30pm

Please arrive 20mins before

Follow Social Distancing Guidelines

Our maximum capacity is 164

Individual Prayer Times

Fajr: 06:15 to 06:45

Zuhr: 12:45 to 13:15

Asr: 14:30 to 14:45

Maghrib: 16:00 to 16:30

Isha: 19:00 to 19:30

The Vision of Dawat-e-Islami –
“I must strive to reform myself and people of the entire world”

what makes us different?

Faizan-e-Medinah strives to deliver the needs of the diverse Muslim community whilst ensuring services are open to all and also working with the local community by promoting health, tolerance, education and volunteering opportunities.

We provide Muslims and non-Muslims with the opportunity to learn and understand Islam, through dialogue, discussion, and social interaction.

educational services

Educational services provided for a wide demographic include:

  • Children – daily Quran and Islamic education classes for ages 6 upwards, catering for both boys and girls
  • Adult courses for brothers – from beginner Quran classes to a comprehensive 6 year Alim course
  • Weekly Ijtimah gatherings for both brothers (Thursday) and sisters (Wednesday)
  • Sisters Tajweed Classes (Tuesday and Wednesday)
  • Sisters Youth gathering (Sunday)
  • 3-day I’tikaf (brothers)
  • 10-day I’tikaf during the last ten days of Ramadan

The members of Faizan-e-Medina work tirelessly to promote the true teachings of Islam, to worship Allah Almighty alone and to live our lives in the best example, that of the Last Prophet of Mankind (peace be upon him).

Faizan-e-Medinah wishes to serve as a community hub and endeavors to build bridges with the wider community, promoting and strengthening cohesion.

Dawat-e-Islami is a global, non-political and peaceful movement for the preaching of the Holy Quran and Sunnah. It has established more than 100 departments endeavoring to promote Islamic teachings in more than 200 countries of the world so far.

The official website of Dawat-e-Islami is enriched with precious treasures of Islamic Knowledge which has proved second to none in reforming the Muslim Ummah.

Dawat-e-Islami UK is a registered UK charity (no.1110114, Company no. 05441337).