Prayer Time

June 1, 2020
Prayer Begins Iqamah
Fajr2:52 am 4:00 am
Sunrise4:46 am
Zuhr1:03 am 1:30 am
Asr5:18 pm 7:00 pm
Maghrib9:11 pm 9:11 pm
Isha10:27 pm 10:35 pm

Welcome To MCWAS

MCWAS was established in 1981, Association moved into current premise in 1996 and it was fully refurbished in 2013 to its current state. 

The founding member of MCWAS was Lal Hussain MBE (late), sadly he passed away in May 2017, may Allah have mercy on his soul and grant him highest level in Jannah, Ameen .
He was also former Mayor of Sutton. He was very active not only in the Muslim community but also active in other faith in local community. He always tried to build the bridge between Muslim and other faith in London borough of Sutton.

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Eidu'l Fitr on 24th May 2020 - Message from Imam Hassan  | 1441

Eid'u-l Fıtr Salah
السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته
Dear Brothers and Sisters,
May Allah's mercy and forgiveness be upon us all. We have come to the end of a blessed month of Ramadan. May Our Lord accept our prayers, fastings, recitation of The Holy Quraan and all the charities and good deeds we have done.
This year, due to the corona virus, we have experienced a very different month of Ramadan than what we had experienced in the past. We could not go to the mosques, we could not perform the prayers together, we could not have iftar together. However, we have also experienced different beauties. First of all, we had a Ramadan away from hustle and bustle. We spent a lot more time with our family members. We prayed, we read the Quran, we did iftar, we made sahur with our children together. We fully lived the month of Ramadan from this point of view. We had the opportunity to meet more with our loved ones, with our friends using social media.
Dear Brothers And Sisters
We will celebrate Ramadan feast tomorrow. Unfortunately, we will not be able to hold the Ramadan feast at the mosques, Mosque is close so please do not come to Msoque. However, we can perform eid prayer with all family members in our homes.
In addition to this, we made eid program as below to feel the joy of reaching eid together. You can follow our program usibgn the link In this way, even if we cannot meet in masjid at least ensure the unity of space, we will ensure the unity of time.

Eid Schedule as follows inshAllah:
1. Fajr Azhaan: 4.15
2. Fajr Salat: 4.30
3. Quran Recitation & Tasbeehat&Zikir: 4.50
4. Eid Talk: 5.45
5. Eid Prayer: 6.00
6. Dua: 6.10

On this occasion, I wish that Ramadan will bring peace and solidarity and unity to all Muslims and all world.

Eid Mubarak.
Imaam Hasan of MCWAS


This is a message from Imam Dr. Hasan Turgut to the Jamaah of MCWAS.
السلام عليكم ورحمةالله وبرركاته Dear Brothers and Sisters,
I would like to express my deepest respect for you. I hope you are in the best of health and spirit.
We're all going through hard times. The current situation continues to pose a serious risk. So, be on the safe side. In this process, our duty is to take warning and learn a lesson from calamities as Allah SBT asked us.
Dear Brothers and Sisters, The best thing we can do both for ourselves and for our loved ones is to pray in these days when we are obliged to stay in our homes and are afraid to touch even our loved ones. Indeed dua is very important way to draw our Lord's mercy and forgiveness upon us. Allah SBT said in the Quran: "Say, "What would my Lord care for you if not for your supplication?" For you [disbelievers] have denied, so your denial is going to be adherent. So let's pray at our homes with all our family members.
On this topic Our beloved prophet said : "The Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) said, "Du'a (supplication) is worship." and Our Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, "The swiftest supplication to be answered is the supplication of someone for another person who is not present, absent.
Also, we shouldn't forget to make dua for ourselves. The Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, was asked, 'Which type of worship is best?' He replied, 'A man's supplication for himself.'"
Our prophet (SAV) advised us to ask Allah for forgiveness and well-being. It was narrated, “The Messenger of Allah (صلى الله عليه وسلم) used to supplicate frequently our Lord, grants us the best in this life and the best in the next life, and protects us from the punishment of the Fire.”

  َر َّبنَا آ ِتنَا ِفي اَل ُّد ْن َيا َح َسنَةً, َو ِفي اَ ْلْ ِخ َر ِةً َح َسنَةً, َو ِقنَا َعذَا َبً اَلنَّار

Finally, The best thing we can do is to be patient and make dua for each other. May Allah forgive our sins.
May Allah protect us from all kinds of diseases.
May Allah BHT bless our patients a speedy recovery.
May Allah forgive our brothers and sisters who passed away.
May Allah forgive our uncles Lal and Zakariah, admit them in his jannah. Amin


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Muslim Cultural & Welfare Association  of Sutton
Wentworth Hall
80, Ruskin Road

Correspondence Address :
101, Epsom Road

Charity No :  291533

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