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Reserve Your Salat Spot

Submitting this application does NOT guarantee you the ability to pray Juma'a/Eid in the Richmond Masjid. As the BC government has restricted gatherings to 50 people, the masjid will apply a random draw to select the individuals who can attend Juma'a/Eid from among the applicants. Only individuals who have been selected will be allowed to enter the masjid. Only individuals who are picked by random draw will be notified by email.

Unfortunately, in this phase we will not be able to accommodate any persons under 16 years old for Juma’a and Eid Prayers. We reserve the right to cancel your reservation if rules and regulations are not followed. If you have any questions, you can discuss your concerns with the branch management.

- First Friday Salah Starts 1:30 PM
- Second Friday Salah Starts 2:15 PM
- Third Juma'a Salah starts at 3:00 PM
By clicking the Send button, I hereby declare that I am agreeing with the terms and conditions of BCMA guideline “controlled re-opening of BCMA Masajid and Centres” dated June 03rd, 2020. BCMA Guidelines - Please Read

Please note: submitting this reservation does NOT guarantee you the ability to pray Juma'a in the Richmond Masjid. As the BC government has restricted gatherings to 50 people, the masjid will apply a random draw to select the brothers who can attend juma'a from among the applicants. Only brothers who have been selected will be allowed to enter the masjid. Only brothers who are picked by random draw will be notified by email.

We must do our due deligence in protecting our health as well as the health of others. This is our religious duty as important as offering Salat in Masjid. Please stay home if you are sick.

Mass gatherings are settings or events where large numbers of people may be in close contact. If they are not planned and managed carefully, they can contribute to the transmission of respiratory pathogens, such as the virus that causes COVID-19. This can cause additional strain on the health care system during outbreaks.

Physical distancing measures are a way to reduce COVID-19 transmission in the community by minimizing close contact with others, especially people who are at high risk for severe illness during the peak of the outbreak.

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