JIAR wishes you, Eid Mubarak. Eid prayers will be held at the Parkwood Masjid facility (5122 Revere Rd., Durham, NC 27713) in 3 shifts:
⁃ First shift at 7:30am
⁃ Second shift at 8:30am
⁃ Third shift at 9:30am
Similar to our current policy for Jumu’ah, all congregants are required to register for Eid prayers. Due to COVID-19, the capacity will be limited and Eid prayers will be held in outdoors if weather permits and following the social distancing rules. Due to the same reason, the capacity for sister’s musallah will be limited to 25 in each shift. We would encourage you not to bring along children due to safety concerns.
Please arrive early along with your Eventbrite registration conformation and follow the directions of our volunteers.
If family of more than one person is attending, please select the right ticket quantity and fill in the details for EACH PERSON. Your attendance will be taken as an acknowledgement that you are volunteering at your own risk to participate in this congregational prayer and that you will follow the guidance of volunteers or leave if requested to do so or in case there is any perceived risk. Please review the followings that apply to each congregant.
choose number of people next to desired shift and click register below
- Registration is required and ticket is needed at check-in time
- Please bring your Eventbrite registration confirmation (On your phone or printed) with you to show at the entrance.
- If you are sick or have a fever: please stay at home
- Sisters and children: Due to COVID-19 social distancing rules, the sister’s Musala space is limited to 25
- Brothers of 65 or older: please pray at home
- Make Wudu at home and Bring your own prayer mat
- Wear a face mask
- Keep a distance of 6 ft from each other
- No hugging or handshaking
Guidelines for Salaatul Eid:
- After registration, you will receive an email from Eventbrite with ticket attached. Please bring your registration confirmation (On your phone or printed)
- Prayers are held in the Masjid parking lot or inside the Masjid building depending on weather conditions, but at a limited capacity to allow following social distancing rules.
- The capacity is limited per shift to insure social distancing.
- Community members are requested to register and it is on a first-come, first-served basis. If you arrive after the capacity is reached, you will kindly be asked to leave.
- Pray at home if you have any of the following symptoms: fever, shortness of breath, cough, headache, sore throat, generalized muscle aches, diarrhea, loss of smell or taste.
- Pray at home if you are 65 years of age or older or if you have chronic medical conditions including: diabetes, heart disease, asthma or other chronic lung disease, cancer and currently on chemotherapy, high blood pressure, or if you are on immunosuppressive medications (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/hcp/underlying-conditions.html)
- Please, make Wudu at home and bring a FACE MASK and PRAYER RUG with you. Please wear face mask upon arrival to the prayer area.
- Upon arrival, volunteers will direct you to the parking area and may ask you a few screening questions about your health.
- Please, arrive on time for prayer and leave immediately after the end of the prayer service.
- Please, practice social distancing at all time. Always stay at least 6-feet apart from others.
- The prayer place is arranged to insure social distancing. Rows are arranged 6-feet apart and each row will be at every 6 feet. Please pray at the marked locations.
- Please avoid shaking hands and use verbal greetings instead (Assalamualaikum).
- Volunteers are available to help and guide you upon your arrival. Please follow their directions to ensure safe and healthy conditions.
- There will be no access to restrooms.
Your attendance will be taken as an acknowledgement that you are volunteering at your own risk to participate in this congregational prayer and that you will follow the guidance of volunteers or leave if requested to do so or in case there is any perceived risk.
We thank you in advance for your cooperation and understanding while we are making these arrangements during these unprecedented times. May Allah make it easy.