Malton Islamic Centre Covid-19 Response
Check back here for updates on how the Center is managing this pandemic.
November 20th, 2020:
As of Monday November 23rd. 2020, The Masjid will be limited to a maximum of 10 individuals at any one time. Congregation for Salatul Jummah will be canceled until further notice. Please pray at home to support the Covid-19 response efforts. Masks and prayer mat is mandatory.
Note, congregation outside the mosque is also limited to a maximum of 10 individuals.
November 9th, 2020:
The Masjid will accommodate 50 congregants Once this number is reached, the doors will be closed. To enter the Masjid you must have;
A Prayer Mat
Bag for Shoes
Hand Sanitizer is recommended
The washrooms will be closed. This includes for performing Wudu. If you are feeling sick, have flu-like symptoms, or have been traveling or visiting others please do not visit the Masjid.
June 8th, 2020:
The Masjid will be opening to accommodate 130 congregants on Friday, June 12th, 2020. This includes daily prayers from Fajr to Isha.
There will be a congregation limit of 130 people for Friday's Jumma. The Khutba starts at 1:30 PM. At capacity, the doors will be closed.
Mandatory Congregant Requirements:
WASHROOMS WILL BE CLOSED - THIS INCLUDES FOR WUDU
Visitors must come equipped and wearing their own; Mask, gloves, prayer mat & plastic bag for shoes.
Visitors must pray 6 feet apart from each other.
Visitors must enter and exit only through designated areas.
For the congregant safety, parents are advised not to bring children below the age of 12 to the Masjid.
If you are feeling sick or have flu-like symptoms please do not visit the Masjid.
April 22nd 2020:
Amidst Covid-19 the Masjid has put in place the following measures for the safety of our community.
All Masjid programs and activities are CLOSED amidst COVID 19. This includes Jummah
Janaaza Services have been modified. Contact Imaam Shabir Haniff if you need assistance.
There will be no iftaar, dinner or taraweeh at the Masjid during Ramadaan.
e-Transfer has been setup to assist with Sadakatul-Fitr. This is the preferred method. Please avoid contact and adhere to social distancing practices.