Jummah Prayer - City Mosque

4 sessions conducted indoors each Friday with a maximum capacity of 150 per session as per the directions of the Victorian State Government. Click here to register. 

  • 1pm
  • 1.50pm
  • 2.40pm
  • 3.30pm

* Sisters section available*  

Covid Safe requirements to attend Juma’ at the City Mosque

 – Upon arrival all visitors must provide their name and number, which can be done by scanning the at the front entry with your mobile or manually via a log-book which the COVID Safety officer will be responsible for.

– Worshippers must not be sick or show any signs of 𝐶𝑂𝑉𝐼𝐷-19 symptoms. This includes if you are awaiting on COVID-19 test results, been asked to Quarantine or self-isolate or a close contact of COVID-19 case in the last 14 days.

– Jummah Prayers including the Khutbah to be Shortened to 15 minutes maximum.

– 30-minute gap between congregations to clean and clear between them.

– You must wear mask, bring prayer mat and wear socks.  

– Please perform wudu at home and amenities are not available.

– Respect and adhere to the directions of the COVID Safety Officer and volunteers on-site

COVID-19 Information Portal

The ICV has prepared a series of COVID-19 Information Resource. Please click here.

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ICV Handbook Caring for Muslim Patients

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ICV City Mosque Re-opening

The City Mosque will be open for one hour for each prayer. 

Stories Beyond COVID: A Celebration of Life digital festival


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