1 March 2021

18 Rajab 1442

Fajr Jamaat

12:00 am

Prayer Begins Jamaat
Fajr12:00 am 12:00 am
Sunrise12:00 am
Zuhr12:00 am 12:00 am
Asr12:00 am 12:00 am
Maghrib12:00 am 12:00 am
Isha12:00 am 12:00 am
Jumuah 1st Jamaat: 12:20 pm 2nd Jamaat 1:00 pm

Jummah and congressional prayers cancelled for the lockdown period


Under the extreme circumstances of current Covid-19 situation we have no choice but to cancel all congressional and Jumuah prayers under the recommendation and advice of Directors of Public Heath and Essex County Council.

We sincerely apologise for the inconvenience and pray for each others well being. May Allah SWT protect us all from this deadly virus, Ameen.

Management Committee Colchester Mosque


Please continue to donate generously towards the Mosque.  We still have running expenses and are raising money for the completion of the £250k extension. As we know, the Prophet Mohammed (ﷺ) said “Give charity without delay, for it stands in the way of calamity” (Al Tirmidhi 589).

You can donate by making a one-off donation or setting up a standing order to the following account:

Colchester Islamic Cultural Association

Barclays Bank

Sort Code: 20-22-67

Account No: 50194638

Charity Reg No: 293712


Applications can be made at: http://bit.ly/3gSgK7X

To keep up to date with the Mosque expansion project, see our new Extension Update Page here.

Read our new Newsletter

We have created a new quarterly newsletter to update the community about the mosque.  You can find our newsletter to download under the “News & Events” heading or if you click here.

About Us

Colchester Islamic Cultural Association

Colchester Mosque was established to provide facilities for regular communal worship. Since its inauguration the mosque has become a focal point for the multicultural Muslims of Colchester to meet, learn and pray. Additionally, the mosque serves as a channel for people of other faiths and of no particular faith to visit and find out about Islam and Muslims first hand and on a personal level if so desired. The mosque regularly welcomes visits from schools and other institutions.

Fundamentals of Faith

There are five “Pillers” of Islam






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