Congregational prayer is at the heart of any masjid. It is what brings a community together, what strengthens the bonds between us and what connects us to Allah. It is what humbles us, and equalizes us before our Creator. Through it we learn that our differences are secondary to our unity. 

Daily Prayers:

Prayers are held five times a day at ICC and Jumu’ah is held weekly, below is the timetable for your convenience. 

(Note: ISNA follows moonsighting.com and the Fiqh Council of North America with regards to prayer timings and Hijri calendar dates.) 

(insert timetable or link)

Jumu’ah/Friday prayers information:

Here is a list of khateebs for upcoming Friday prayers: (insert list) 

Announcement request:

To submit a request for an announcement to be made at Friday prayers, email your request for approval (latest by Tuesday of the week) to [email protected]
Friday Parking: Parking is limited in our lot, please arrive early to make sure you find a spot. Alternate parking is available on Finfar Court (west/right side of the road). Please pay careful attention to parking signage, do not park illegally, and be considerate of others when you do park.  

Congregational Prayer

Why is congregational prayer encouraged to such a great extent?

Prayer in a mosque and congregation is one of the “rituals” for building a sense of community and belonging for everyone. In all revelations, there was a prominent highlight on equality of all human beings in the eyes of God, except in their piety and how much they please Him. When all men and women pray towards the same direction, shoulder to shoulder to the one that created them, the class, racial, ethnic and gender boundaries all become null. A poor man will stand next to a rich man, a black man next to a white man, and there is no distinction between any of them in the mosque, as they all gather for the same purpose as brothers and sisters and as a community.

ICC Juma Khateeb Schedule:

Announcements:

To request an announcement on Friday (before or after prayers), submit your written request in advance (minimum three business days please) to [email protected]  

Please Note: Management reserves the right to final approval and changes for all announcements.

Parking is available on the west side of the road (which is the right-hand side when you are entering the road) and also up to half circle at the end of the road.  Please ensure to follow this strictly as per the posted signs. Anyone parking in surrounding areas should be on the best parking behaviour.

Daily Prayer Times and Hijri Calendar

ISNA Canada’s Official position regarding daily prayer times and the lunar Hijri calendar

The Islamic Society of North America-Canada (ISNA Canada) follows
www.moonsighting.com in regards to prayer timings for the five daily prayers. ISNA Canada also follows
the Fiqh Council of North America in regards to the lunar hijri calendar.

If you have any questions or concerns, please call 905.403.8406 or by email.


October 13, 2019

15 Safar 1441

Fajr Iqamah

12:00 am

Prayer Begins Iqamah
Fajr5:58 am 6:30 am
Sunrise7:30 am
Zuhr1:10 pm 1:40 pm
Asr4:08 pm 5:00 pm
Maghrib6:42 pm 6:47 pm
Isha8:00 pm 8:30 pm
Jumuah 1:15 pm & 2:45 pm

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