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Prayer at ISOC
Current Iqamah Times
(eat iftar before arriving)
Isha / Taraweeh: 9:15PM
(only one prayer)
ISOC will be holding 20 raka'ahs of Taraweeh prayer each night followed by Witr prayer.
The imams shall recite approximately 1 juz’ (chapter) of the Qur’an each night (schedule at the bottom of this page).
For details on Eid Prayers at ISOC, visit eid.isocmasjid.org .
Current Prayer Rules
Only come if you are healthy.
Older persons and those with underlying health conditions are encouraged to pray at home.
Do wudu at home.
Limited restroom capacity.
No children under 8 allowed at all, no exceptions. Parents: take turns and leave kids at home. Children over 8 allowed only if praying next to parents, otherwise not allowed to be running around. Even older children/adults that are hanging out or not praying will be asked to leave.
Masks required to enter and must be worn at all times, including during prayer. Masks must fit properly over the mouth and nose.
Bring a prayer rug and a shoe bag. Shoe racks will not be available. Shoes must be kept inside the bag and with you during prayer.
Each individual must use one marked prayer space only, including family members.
No food or drink allowed. Have iftar before arriving. A closed water bottle kept with you is ok; slip your mask away only to take sips.
No hugging, no shaking hands, and no physical contact allowed. No socializing or congregating before or after prayer, outside or in the parking lot, will be allowed.
Follow the directions of ISOC Staff, security guards and volunteers.
Taraweeh and Khatirah Schedule