Eid-ul-Adha Arrangements

Do you miss putting money into the Masjid Bucket? Now you can donate to your beloved Leytonstone Masjid online. Donate Now Eid-ul-Adha will be on Friday 31st July 2020. Arrangements for the day are listed below. Doors for the Salaah will open 15 mins before. Please arrive on time to Read more…

Jummah Arrangements

Alhamdulillah by the Mercy of Allah Leytonstone Masjid have made arrangements for Jummah Salaah to take place, the timings are: 1st khutbah Azaan 1:20pm 2nd khutbah Azaan 2:00pm Doors for the Salaah will open 15 mins before. Please arrive on time to avoid congestion. Be aware there is limited space, Read more…

Reopening of Leytonstone Masjid

Leytonstone Masjid will be reopening to the public on Saturday 4th July, after 106 days of closure due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The Masjid has produced some important guidelines which worshippers will have to adhere to in order to minimise the risks of spreading and contracting the disease. These guidelines Read more…

Eid Announcement

Alhamdulillah we are very fortunate to have 1 more day of the blessed month of Ramadhan. This is to confirm that the Central Moon Sighting Committee UK has announced that the month of Ramadhan will complete 30 days. Eid-ul-Fitr will be on Sunday 24th May 2020. The Leytonstone Masjid will Read more…

Tune In Livestream Issues Resolved

Status: Resolved

A Number of users had reported issues using the Livestream player on our website and app, namely the Tune In Radio Player on Chrome and Chromium based browsers. Thank you to everyone who reported the problem using our online Livestream Not Working Form, as this helped our service provider work with Tune In to identify and resolve the issue.

Still Experiencing Problems?

 If you experience any issues with our Live stream, please follow the updated guidance and troubleshooting on the Live Stream webpage and report any issues directly to our service provider using the Livestream Not Working form.

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Call to Prayer (Adhan)

The Adhan (Call to Prayer) was performed publicly earlier today to alert the members of our Muslim community to the time of the Friday Prayer.  This was part of a Waltham Forest Council of Mosques Initiative, in which 9  Mosques across the borough have been given permission to perform the Read more…