Eid ul Adha 2022

Eid ul Adha 2022

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Resource For London

356 Holloway Road

London

N7 6PA

United Kingdom

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You're invited to Inclusive Mosque's feminist Eid ul Adha prayer space. Please wear a mask.

About this event

You're warmly invited to our Eid ul Adha salah (prayers) on Sunday 10th July 2022. This is a hybrid event, taking place in person and online via Zoom. Please wear a face mask and maintain physical distance at the venue to keep yourself and others safe from the spread of Covid.

You are invited to join us on your own or with friends and family. As with all IMI events, expect to see women and nonbinary people leading and people of genders, races, sexualities, and sects praying together.

Event timings

  • 10am (BST): Welcome
  • 10.30am: Eid salah
  • 10.40 am: Khutbah (sermon) in English
  • 11am: Eid social space
  • 12pm: Close

Price

This event is free, donations are welcome (and needed!) When you register, please select a ticket for the type of event you'd like to attend: in-person or online. If you would like to donate to Inclusive Mosque, you can add a donation amount in the donations field.

We recommend a donation of £5 for our in-person event and £3 for our online event.

Access

BSL interpretation will be available at this event. Auto-captioning will be available for online attendees. An induction loop will be available at the venue. You can join and leave the event whenever you need to. Don’t worry about being late or leaving early. If you're joining online, you don't have to turn your video on.

Resource For London is fully wheelchair accessible, including accessible toilets on every floor of the building. The closest step-free train stations are Caledonian Road (approx 12mins away) and Finsbury Park (17min). Buses 4, 17, 29, 43, 153, 253, 259, 271, 279 and X43 stop close by the venue. There are mobility buses available in the area too, these are numbered 920, 921, 923 and 927.

Please check Resource For London's website for their full accessibility policy.

This is an indoor event. Hand sanitiser and handwashing facilities will be available and the space will be cleaned thoroughly before the event. Windows will stay open for ventilation so please dress warmly. We encourage attendees and team members to wear a mask but people who find masks to be too big a barrier to communication, or find it negatively impacts their health, don’t have to wear one.

We ask all attendees to take a lateral flow test on the day of this event. We won't ask you to share the results with us but we do request that you don't attend this event if you test positive or have any cold- or flu-like symptoms. Thank you for helping us support the most marginalised people at IMI to access our events.

Please let us know if you have any access needs we should be aware of or if there’s anything we can do to improve your experience at this event.

Online safety

For the online event taking place on Zoom, you will be sent a link on the day of the event. Please do not share the link, that’s just for you. When you attend the event, make sure your Zoom display name is the same as the name you signed up with. Here's how you can change your Zoom display name.

Waitlist

Spaces at our in-person event are limited in order to keep our attendees as safe as possible. We have now set up a waitlist for in-person tickets. If you've signed up for an in-person ticket but are no longer able to attend, please release your ticket so someone else can take the space.

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Inclusive Mosque Initiative is an intersectional feminist mosque dedicated to creating inclusive, safer places of worship and spiritual practice for marginalised communities. We are committed to reviving a rights-based Islam that challenges all forms of oppression. Please consider becoming a regular donor to Inclusive Mosque to help us cover costs and continue to offer these events for free. Thank you for supporting our work creating an intersectional feminist mosque that centres Muslims who are women, nonbinary, queer, Black and/or disabled especially.

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