Get The official prayers timetable by the Islamic Society and don`t miss any Jama`ah.
Jumma Prayer starts at 01:10 pm, brothers and sisters pray at Room 5.300.
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It is estimated now that the Islamic Society accommodates about 500 members including members of staff, students and local Muslim community who belong to a diversity of ethnic backgrounds.
Despite the fact that membership of the society is principally granted to registered students of Essex, the society welcomes members of the Colchester community, Muslims and non-Muslims alike, to participate in the different activities organised by its members.
The society also maintains close links with the Muslim community in the County of Essex whose members take part in activities like the Friday Prayers, the Eid Prayers, the Ramadan Iftar, the Islamic Awareness Week and in other similar activities that aim at the promotion of Islam and Islamic values at Essex.
Find the direction of Qibla from various locations on campus.
Alhumdulilah! We are so proud to announce that the Islamic Society were shortlisted for Society of the Year at the Society Guild Awards 2015/16. We were up against some of the biggest societies on campus yet we still shone through. This is a true testament to the fact that sincere, righteous and hard-working Muslims can[…]
Exclusive screening of Social Media produced by Roadside2islam which exposes the vices and issues effecting the Muslim youth. Film screening followed with a talk by Abu Bakr Islam and spoken word performance by Muslim Belal. 17/03/2016 EBS.2.1 Donation for SPOT upon entry
Dear all, السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته The prayer timetable for March 2016 is now ready. Click Here to download the timetable. Regards.
Dear all, السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته The prayer timetable for February 2016 is now ready. Click Here to download the timetable. Regards.
Welcome to the 9th Islamic Conference at the University of Essex. Please fill in the booking form below to book your place. We look forward to seeing you at the Conference in the Ivor Crewe Lecture Hall on the 6th of February at 10:30 am.