Ramadan is due to begin around 10th March, should you require information or support please contact our Muslim chaplains.

Prayer times during Ramadan follow link

Many companies have Muslim groups or societies which meet for salah (daily prayers) and for Jumu`ah (Friday prayers) in their prayer room within their buildings. You should be able to find out through your HR department.

The Canary Wharf Multifaith Chaplaincy offers khatib training without cost. Contact our Muslim Chaplain if you would like to receive training in how to prepare and deliver a khutbah.

If your company does not have its own Prayer Room, then you are welcome to attend prayers in  The Canary Wharf Multifaith Prayer Room. (Limited wudu’ facilities are available for men and women).

There are two Jumu’ah prayers held on Fridays. The first session is very busy and you may not find a space and so it is recommended to attend the second jama’ah which is less busy.

It is suggested that women attend the second jama’ah. Prayer times are as follows:

Please note there are no `Id prayers held in the Canary Wharf Multifaith Prayer Room. You are advised to locate a mosque nearby.



Monday-Thursday 14:00-15:00 for Zuhr and `Asr

Friday doors open 13:00 for adhan (call to prayer) and sunnah (individual prayers)

First Jumu`ah: khutbah 13:05, salah 13:35

Second Jumu`ah: khutbah 13:40, salah 14:00 (women are welcome at this prayer time)


Monday-Thursday 14:00-15:00   for Zuhr and `Asr

Friday doors open 12:00 for adhan (call to prayer) and sunnah (individual prayers)

First Jumu`ah: khutbah 12:15, salah 12:40

Second Jumu`ah: khutbah 12:50, salah 13:20 (women are welcome at this prayer time)

NOTE: The opening and closing of the prayer room is the responsibility of volunteers, and their availability around their normal working day.