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A khutba starts at 1:15 pm. At Unity Center.
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Assalamu 'Alaikum. Alhamdulillah Full reopening of the State and Unity Center Based on the recent recommendations from the Shura Council’s Health Task Force physicians and the input from our local medical experts, Unity Center will have the following protocol starting from tomorrow (6/15/2021) until further notice: 1) Unity Center will no longer enforce social distancing, 2) Restrooms will be open. 3) There will be no more capacity limitations. 4) However, face masking will continue to be required inside the Masjid regardless of anyone’s vaccine status. 5) Although no longer required, we continue to encourage community members to bring prayer rugs with them. Shura Council Health Task Force’s advisory noted, “Although many people are now fully vaccinated, since indoor gatherings can have unvaccinated, not fully vaccinated or higher risk people (such as older adults and people with chronic medical conditions), the safest option is to continue masking.” As members of the community, we took into considerations three elements: 1) We are all-ages communities, and not all ages have been able to get vaccinated yet. Especially, during the summer we would like the young children who are not able to vaccinate yet to visit the Masjid in a safer environment. 2) We are all-abilities communities, and some of us have immune systems that do not mount a strong protective response after the COVID vaccination and can suffer severe consequences upon infection. 3) We are all-inclusive communities, and we want to express our values by being able to include all, regardless of vaccination status. We will really appreciate your cooperation to keep the Masjid a safer place for all the community members. May Allah strengthen and support us in all our endeavors, Ameen. Jazak Allah Khair
Assalamu Alaikum: Our Khateeb is stuck in the traffic at 14 and 5 North. He is expected to be running late. We appreciate your patience.
Assalamu 'Alaikum. Alhamdulillah Daily Congressional Prayers, Jumu'ah Prayer and the Weekly Discussion on Qur'an and Hadith at Unity Center Jumu'ah Prayer: Khutbah starts every Friday at 1:15pm. Today's Khatib is Br. Atif Akbar. Daily congressional Prayers schedule: Unity Center is making an effort to ensure that daily 'Isha and Fajr prayers are held in congregation at the Masjid. According to a Hadith narrated in Sahih Muslim: "One who performs `Isha’ prayer in congregation, is as if he has performed Salat for half of the night. And one who performs the Fajr prayer in congregation, is as if he has performed Salat the whole night.” Fajr prayer in congregation led by Shaikh Abu Omar everyday at 5:10am followed by a short Khatira (Every Morning). Maghrib Prayer in congregation (Monday through Thursday) led by Shaikh Abu Omar at 8pm. Isha prayer in congregation (Monday through Thursday) led by Shaikh Abu Omar at 9:15 pm. Weekly Discussion on Qur'an and Hadith led by Shaikh Abu Omar: 8:15 pm till 9:15 pm (Monday through Thursday). Please note while at the Masjid you will need to have your own prayer rug, keep your face masks on, and maintain 6-feet social distancing. Unity Center Staff and Volunteers may restrict entry if public health guidelines are violated. Jazak Allah Khair
The Unity Center of Santa Clarita is open for Jumu'ah. However we all need to follow the strict guidelines for social distancing.
Weekly Discussion on Qur'an and Hadith led by Shaikh Abu Omar: 8:15 pm till 9:15 pm (Monday through Thursday). Please note while at the Masjid you will need to have your own prayer rug, keep your face masks on, and maintain 6-feet social distancing. Unity Center Staff and Volunteers may restrict entry if public health guidelines are violated.
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