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Islamic Prayer Hall: Statement from our Muslim Chaplain:

'Respected IPH users, as I'm sure you are all aware, the proliferation of the global coronavirus pandemic has continued to systematically cripple our world community, global economy and essentially our way of life. Unfortunately, such repercussions have inevitably now begun to impact on our religious observances in terms of provision for prayer on campus. In this vein, and in consultation with colleagues, we are precluding access to our prayer spaces, along with washing and kitchen facilities on campus from Friday 19th March 2020, and until further notice. I pray that God Almighty endows each of us with the patience, perseverance and strength to get through such trying times, ameen.'

Shaykh Imran Suleman, Muslim Chaplain

Shaykh Imran Suleman is the Muslim Chaplain to the University. You're welcome to contact him by phone or email.

Prayer Facilities

Within the chaplaincy centre, space is provided for both personal and corporate prayer throughout the day. The University of Warwick has one of the best resourced Islamic Prayer centres in any UK university.

The prayer hall can be found between the Chaplaincy building and Senate House. There are separate Brothers' and Sisters' entrances which are on opposite sides of the building. Click here for directions

Access to the Prayer Hall is by University ID card only. Visitors must be accompanied by a member of staff or student and sign the visitors' book in the foyer.

Congregational prayers are offered 5 times a day throughout the year. Copies of this month's prayer timetable are available in the Prayer Hall and are published in our What's On section.

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