Jummah (Friday Congregation/Sermon)
Places to Pray - Mosques & Prayers Spaces in Oxford
*Note: As of 2010, Manzil Way Masjid has one of the only easily accessible women's prayer accommodations and the Oxford University Islamic Society offers the only known English khutbahs or English short-talks preceding the arabic khutbah.
A review of some recommended apps particularly related to Muslims & Islam: http://www.suhaibwebb.com/miscellaneous/announcements/best-apple-deen-apps/
"iPray" refers to a handy sign developed after years of being on college campuses and yearning for one.
Why: We've all had funny situations while trying to get our pray on. Well, no worries now!
How: Use the following link to print, fold, and display the sign whenever you need to pray! Specifically, when it's difficult to find an entirely private space.
There's a beautiful saying from the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ, commenting on the freedom to pray anywhere on God's green Earth, which says: "The earth has been made for me [and for my Ummah (community)] as a mosque [place for worship] and a pureness [place for dry ablution]; therefore, anyone of my Ummah can pray whenever the time of Prayer is due." (Al-Bukhari)