Assalamu’alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh May the peace, mercy, and blessings of Allah be with you.
In light of new developments and guidelines recently released by the health professionals and the state of Colorado for houses of worship, we have decided to reopen the Masjid Al-shuhada’ partially for the following services:
Friday Prayer: Two khutbahs. The first starting at 12:30 pm and another starting at 1:30 pm.
Daily Salah Al-Asr and Salah Al-Maghrib.
With the following guidelines:
We will have prayers at a limited capacity (50 people at the masjid at the same time), once we reach the limit, the doors will be closed to clean and disinfect the prayer hall area with disinfectors after every salah.
We will forward Salah Al-Isha to be combined at the time of Salah Al-Maghreb to be able to minimize the risk of having multiple contact with surfaces.
The masjid will open 20 minutes before the salah and close 10 minutes later, with no exceptions. The masjid will be closed after each salah for disinfection.
The time between Adhan and Iqamah is 10 minutes for all Salawaat and 6 feet of distance between each member is strictly applied.
The wudu area and restrooms will be completely closed as they are considered high risk areas.
Everyone who comes to pray at the masjid must wear a mask while inside the premises. We have a limited number of masks to give out so please try to bring your mask, and come with your wudu.
We will have hand sanitizers and forehead thermometers at the door of the Masjid and someone will check your temperature in order to enter. Masjid windows and doors will be opened during the duration of service.
We encourage everyone to bring their prayer rug. We will have plastic carpet covers for easier disinfection.
We will have two Khutbahs of Salah Al-Jumma’h (12:30 - 12:50 and 1:30 -1:50). The masjid will be closed between the two for disinfecting.
The Masjid will be suspend in-person lectures, reminders, and classes. We will carry out these activities online.
May Allah make us from those who honor His symbols such as performing Salah.