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Jummah

Burnaby, Faith Gathering, Islam, MSA, Prayer

Join Jummah on Fridays at SFU with the Muslim Students Association. Jummah is open to students, staff, and faculty.

Attendance is drop-in style; no registration needed.

When Muslims congregate for congregational devotion during Friday midday prayer, it is known as “Jummah.” The time includes the Dhuhr (midday) prayer, a "khutbah" or message by an Imam, and a iqamma, the second call to prayer to conclude. 

Burnaby Jummah - usually led by Imam Yama:

  • Set up & Sunnah: 1:30 pm
  • Khutbaah: 1:45 pm
  • Iqamma: 2:15pm

Surrey Jummah - usually led by Students:

  • Set up & Sunnah: 1:45 pm
  • Khutbaah: 2:00pm
  • Iqamma: 2:15pm

If you wish to practice wudu/ablution, there are spaces available at the Multifaith Centre (AQ3200) and in SRYE across from room 1005.

Summer 2022

Burnaby
Education Gym 
1:30pm

Surrey
SRYE 1005
1:45pm 

Questions?
Contact Husnain Nawaz 
hnawaz@sfu.ca

multi_faith@sfu.ca
office: 778.782.3180

Connect with the Sunni Chaplaincy 

Connect with the Sunni Chaplaincy at the Multifaith Centre. They are here for you.
Whether it is for spiritual direction, to have a listening ear, or just to connect, reach out today.

Shaheer Muhammad 

Sunni Chaplain
shaheer_muhammad@sfu.ca
778.782.3180

Soraya Elchehimi

Faith Group Lead
Muslim Students Association 
selchehi@sfu.ca

Muslim Students Association (MSA)

The MSA is involved in providing a space for Muslims to pray, learn, meet others and get involved in the community as well as many other activities. We strive to meet the following three objectives:
1. To provide and facilitate religious services on all three campuses;
2. To provide and facilitate educational programs on Islam;
3. To provide space and opportunities for creating a sense of Muslim community at SFU.

Contact the MSA Presedential Team: Soraya Elchehimi, Jad Alriyabi, or Meshal Asghar for more information