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TAYYABA MASJID

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TAYYABA MASJID

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TAYYABA MASJID

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“Those who (in charity) spend of their goods by night and by day, in secret and in public have their reward with their Rabb. On them shall be no fear nor shall they grieve.” (Qur’an, 2:274)






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Account Number: 44635737



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Muslim Educational Trust
(Natwest Bank)



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Get them to visit this website to find out more about the new mosque project. Remember, you’ll be rewarded for everyone you get to contribute to the project.
Whatever you can afford will help! Please donate generously for the new mosque.

Services

What our mosque can provide to our community?



EDUCATION

Teaching and providing facilities within an educational environment.



FUNERAL

Body wash facility for the deceased available.



PERSONAL

Offering help and advice with personal circumstances.



MARRIAGE

Imam available to carry out Nikah procession.













FACILITIES

Resources and provisions for good health and wellbeing.



VISITS & TOURS

Visits to the mosque & tours are available.



KITCHEN

A kitchen is available.



EVENTS

Coming together as community for functions and events.



LATEST NEWS & ANNOUCEMENTS





Ramadan is the holy Islamic month of the year for Muslims. It commenced Friday 26th in the evening and ends the evening of the 24 th of June (based on moonsighting). God revealed the the Quran on ‘Laylat al-Qadr’ in Arabic, known as the ‘The Night of Power’. During this month, Muslims fast every day for spiritual discipline. Charity, generosity and study of the Quran symbolises this sacred month. At the end of Ramadan there is a celebration called ‘Eid al-Fitr’ known as the ‘Festival of the Breaking of the Fast’. This special occasion brings the community together; friends and family share presents and food and praise and give thanks to God. Bad practices are forgiven and money is given to the poor.
It’s Ramadhan, the month of mercy, forgiveness and compassion. Muslims were engaged in praying, fasting and other acts of worship associated with the holy month and did not learn about the events at London until much later. The mind numbing tragedy, the brutality which happened at our capital is horrific and shocking. Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and the families who are affected by this criminal act. It should be investigated and the perpetrators brought to justice.
We commend and pay tribute to our police and emergency services who worked diligently to contain the incident and intervened promptly and professionally and their efforts resulted in saving lives.


Prayer Timetable

The latest prayer timetables for this month.


October 2017


Gallery

Have a look at our latest pictures from our weekly mosque activities.

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    Madrassa

    Our madrassa students reading and understanding the Qur'an.

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    Our madrassa students reading and understanding the Qur'an.

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    Our madrassa students reading and understanding the Qur'an.

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    Jummah

    Our local community gathering for the Jummah Khutbah.

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    Our local community gathering for the Jummah Khutbah.

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    Jummah

    Our local community gathering for the Jummah Khutbah.

Ask the Imaam

"Why do we have two Eids?"

Anonymous

Tayyaba Masjid follows the position, which is followed by Ahle Sunnah wa Jammat. If the moon is sighted anyway to the west of the UK, this is accepted as a sighting. Normally the most common sightings come from Morrocco or South Africa. However the key is the moon has been sighted (not based on a calculation of the birth of the new moon). It is very difficult to sight the new crescent in the UK due to the position of the country (it’s easier for countries closer to the equator).
From the time when the Muslim community has become big enough i.e the time of Sayyiduna Umar (ra), Muslims have celebrated Eid on separate days. But they were still united.

"How do I keep focus in Salah?"

Anonymous

One the meanings of the Arabic word Salah is supplication (linguistic). From a spiritual meaning, Salah means connection. This is your conversation with Allah; consider this when you are praying. You are standing before your Lord.
Another useful tip is to understand the meaning of what you read in the prayer. Understand the meaning of Surah Fatiha, understand what you’re saying when in Ruku, Sajda etc. When you understand the conversation that you are having with your Lord, this will help you concentrate.

"Virtues of Friday?"

Anonymous

The Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him and give him peace) said: “Of all the days, Friday is the most virtuous. It is on this day that the trumpet will be blown. Send abundant blessings upon me on Fridays because they are presented to me on that day.” (Abu Dawud)
The Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him and give him peace) said: “Friday is the best of all days and the most virtuous in the sight of Allah Most High. In the sight of Allah Most High it has more greatness than Eid ul-Fitr and Eid ul-Ad’haa.” (Ibn Majah)
The Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him and give him peace) used to say that the night of Friday is a lustrous night, and the day of Friday is a lustrous day. (Mishkaat)

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Tayyaba Masjid1-18 Humber Road Pennfields, WolverhamptonWV3 0BU


Phone: 01902 425078


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