10 Safar 1442

Sunday 27 September 2020, 03:50:13


Jumma Times 1st= 1:40pm, 2nd= 2:20pm, 3rd= 3:05pm
Arrive with Wudhu,Prayer Mat and Face Covering

Prayer Times

  Start Jamaat
Fajar 5:26 6:30
Sunrise 7:04 -
Zohar 1:05 1:45
Asar 4:57 5:30
Magrib - 6:58
Isha 8:23 8:45

Jumma Times

First 1:40
Second 2:20
Third 3:05

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Jumuah Salaah from 25 September 2020


Masjid-E-Hidayah: Jumuah Salaah from 25 September 2020

Jumuah Salaah times are: 13:40, 14:20 and 15:05.

Entry to the Masjid for each jamaat will be on a first come first served basis.

To support the NHS Test and Trace service, the Masjid will collect the contact details of each attendee. Therefore, each attendee should:

  • prior to their arrival at the Masjid, note down their name and contact number on a piece of paper (a template registration slip can be found here); and
  • on arrival at the Masjid, hand their registration slip to the volunteers at the registration desk.

For details on how your contact details will be processed, please refer to the Masjid’s privacy notice here, a copy of which will also be available at the registration desk.

Please continue to refer to the previous notice below for the Masjid's COVID-19 safety protocol.  We would like to remind each attendee to:

  • make wudhu at home;
  • wear a face covering at all times within the Masjid; and
  • perform sunnah salaah at home.

Jazakallahu Khairan for your co-operation and patience


Management Committee


Fajar Dars Timetable from 21st Aug 2020


Masjid-E-Hidayah Timetable August 2020. Live on Freq: 454.8250











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Aqidah al-Tahawiyyah by Imaam Abu Jafar Al-Tahawi

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Qura’an Dars is continuing Surah Al-An'am

Hadith Dars is continuing Kitab Riqaq of Mishkat Al-Masabih


All brothers and sisters are requested to share this and encourage others to listen live or later on youtube

Re-opening of Masjid on 4th July for Jamaat prayers only


Alhamdulillah, Masjid-e-Hidayah (Masjid) will reopen on 4 July 2020 for congregational (jamaat) prayers only.

To ensure the Masjid is COVID-19 secure, we have adopted certain processes to ensure the safety of all attendees. We request all attendees to be familiar with this note before attending the Masjid.

The Masjid will issue further guidance for Jumuah salaah, which will be published on the Masjid website.

Important points

  • The Masjid will be open for congregational (jamaat) prayers only.
  • The Masjid will open shortly before, and close promptly after, the relevant Jamaat time.
  • The Masjid doors will be closed immediately prior to the commencement of the relevant Jamaat. If the Masjid is at full capacity or you arrive after the commencement of the Jamaat, you will not be permitted to enter the Masjid.
  • Be patient and adhere to social distancing of at least 2 metres at all times.
  • Adhere to all signage around the Masjid and any instructions provided by the Masjid volunteers.
  • All sunnah and nafl salaah must be performed at home.
  • In order to reduce the risk of transmission, you will not be allowed to use any coat hooks within the Masjid or any Masjid Qurans/kitaabs/tasbeeh.

Before you think about coming to the Masjid

  • You must not attend the Masjid if:
    • you or any member of your household display any COVID-19 symptoms (for example, a temperature of 37.8C or higher, a persistent cough or a change to your sense of smell or taste); or
    • you are required to self-isolate in accordance with government guidance. For example, if you:
      • or a family member have recently had any COVID-19 symptoms;
      • have recently returned from overseas; or
      • have been asked to self-isolate by the NHS test and trace service.
  • We strongly advise that you do not attend the Masjid if:
    • you have an underlying medical condition that puts you at a higher risk of severe disease from COVID-19;
    • you are aged 70 or over; or
    • you are aged 13 or under.

Before attending the Masjid

  • Make wudhu at home. The wudhu and toilet facilities will be out of use.
  • Bring your own prayer mat, shoe bag and face covering.

Arriving at the Masjid

  • Before entering the Masjid:
    • wear your face covering;
    • be patient and adhere to social distancing whilst queuing; and
    • a Masjid volunteer will assess you and check your temperature. If you display any COVID-19 symptoms, you will not be allowed to enter the Masjid.

At the Masjid

  • On entering the Masjid:
    • remove your shoes and place them in your shoe bag and keep the bag with you at all times;
    • clean your hands using the hand sanitiser provided; and
    • a Masjid volunteer will then direct you to the ground floor or first floor prayer hall.
  • On entering the prayer hall, proceed as instructed by the Masjid volunteers and place your prayer mat where indicated by the floor markings.
  • You must perform sunnah and nafl salaah at home.

Leaving the Masjid

  • Leave the prayer hall, when directed by a Masjid volunteer, in an orderly manner whilst maintaining social distancing. Those in:
    • the ground floor prayer hall will be directed to leave the Masjid using the main entrance; and
    • the first floor prayer hall will be directed to leave the Masjid using the back doors near the lift area.
  • Take your prayer mat and shoe bag with you. Any items that are left behind will be disposed of.
  • Clean your hands using the hand sanitiser provided.
  • Do not gather at the exit, or in the vicinity of the Masjid.

We sincerely request everyone to turn toward Allah SWT and pray to him abundantly to lift these difficult times from humanity and grant us all protection from this and all other illnesses. Please remember masjid and your community and all humanity in your duas.

Jazakallahu Khairan for your co-operation and patience
Management Committee of
Masjid-e-Hidayah Manchester


Lillah/Sadaqah/Zakaat Donations


Masjid Hidayah Appeal (Lillah Only)

Due to the restrictions on congregational prayers, one other Amal (action) that we all have been deprived from is spending in the path of Allah. Every Jummah or visit we all have a habit of making Lillah donations to the Masjid, which for many is not possible. However, you're still able to make your Lillah donations and support your local masjid by transferring your sums directly in to Masjid Bank Account.

Royal Bank of Scotland
Account Name: Hidaiyat-ul-Muslimin Trust
Account Type: Business/Charity

Sort Code: 16-27-14
Account Number 11994248
(Only transfer the amount that you wish to donate to Masjid Hidayah into this account).


Zakat and Sadaqah

If you wish you can transfer your Zakat or Sadaqah donations in to our Masjid Bank Account. We will then make arrangements for your donations to be distributed accordingly.

Please use the account detail listed below for your Zakat and Sadaqah donations only. Can you please reference if the sums transferred are Zakat or Sadaqah.

Royal Bank of Scotland
Account Name: Hidaiyat-ul-Muslimin Trust
Account Type: Business/Charity

Sort Code: 16-16-25
Account Number: 10196279

Please continue to donate generously, both to your local Masjid and other organisations as well. Not only will this benefit our akhirah, but will be a means of getting rid of this calamity, safe guard our imaan and imaan of our future generations.

For further information you can contact Moulana M. Hanif 07816545271, M. Hanif Hafeji 07812050570, Abdul Rashid Bhana 07958908882

Jazakallahu Khairan for your continued support and co-operation
Management Committee of
Masjid-e-Hidayah Manchester


Masjid-E-Hidayah is situated in the multi-cultural area of Old Trafford in Manchester. Alhamdulillah the new Mosque is fully completed and has been open since May 2012. The original masjid was opened 8th of March 1987 which is now used as the Madrassa and function hall.

This site was initially setup in March 2015 to get a presence on the web to serve the local community with key information.

Slowly with your help and Duaa's it is hoped it will be an informative portal for everyone to use.

Currently we are looking for volunteers to help develop and maintain relavent content, if you wish to help in any capacity from site layout to content relevant to the masjid please use the contact page or approach brother Arshad at the masjid for more info.

May Allah accept all our Efforts Ameen.