Phone (+1) 519-753-2066


Fajr 6:30 AM
Dhuhr 1:40 PM
Asr 6:15 PM
Maghrib 5 mins after sunset
Isha 9:00 PM


View prayer timetable from Islamic Finder


Azan 1:20 PM
Jamah 1:50 PM


Sign-up for eNewsletters

Announcements & Upcoming Events

Monthly Prayer Time: In 2018, we will share with you a printable monthly prayer schedule in pdf format every month Insha Allah. Click here to download prayer schedule for March 2018 from our website

Membership Form Link:   

Please click  HERE and fill up the required information   for MAB membership application.

Up Coming Events @ Brantford Mosque 

Daylight Saving Time: 

will begin from Sunday, March 11 at 3am. Please forward your clock to 1 hour. Please check updated prayer time.

It means when local standard time is about to reach
Sunday, March 11, 2018, 2:00:00 am clocks are turned forward 1 hour to 
Sunday, March 11, 2018, 3:00:00 am local daylight time instead.

Sunrise and sunset will be about 1 hour later from Mar 11, 2018 than the day before. Thus, almost evey prayer will be prayed about an hour later then the day before.

Sunday Supper

When: Sunday, March 18, 2018
Insha Allah we will serving supper to more than 100 people on Sunday, March 18. We need more volunteers for this event. Please contact Br. Naser Hamed for details.

Food bank

We serve over 100 people every month through our monthly food basket program with support of ICNA Relief Canada. Thanks to our donors!

A Glimpse of Life at the Masjid (February 2018)

Alhamdulillah, all of our regular events and activities such as Sunday School, Evening School, Halaqa, khutbah went well in February. We also held some special events in February.
First Annual Appreciation and Award Night on Feb 3

Alhamdulillah, Sister Sohaila El-Farram, MPP Dave Levac, Lucy Marco, Luaren Brown and Br. Anward Dost are the recipients of 5 MAB awards 2018 such as Special Honor Award, Visionary Leader Award, Social Service Award, Social Justice Award and the Community Leader Award. We also recognized 10 Syrian Refugee Sponsors, 10 Community partners such as YMCA, Brant United Way, and some faith leaders. Donations were made to Brantford General Hospital, Luarier MSA, and 4 Al-Farram Scholarships were presented to Grand River and Catholic School Board. Al-hamdulillah, it was a successful event. Insha Allah, we will make it better next year. 

Feb 9, Dua Event for Br. Mohammad El-Farram 
Alhamdulillah, Br. El-Farram Family arrange this khatmul Quran and dua event along with dinner. Over 200 people attended braving very rough weather.

Family Day Event
On Feb 18, we organized a fun packed family program. Parents with children attended the event and enjoyed all activities. Thanks to all  volunteers especially Sister Angela for making this event a success and enjoyable. The event is followed by a potluck Dinner.

From the Desk of Imam

My Dear Brothers and Sisters in Islam,

During March 2018, my family and me will be visiting my parents in Bangladesh. On our way to Bangladesh, we will first go for Umrah, Insha Allah. During our visit in Bangladesh, I am also planning to visit Rohingya camps to serve them in person. 

A plan is in place about who will give khutbah, lead prayer during my absence. Thus, Insha Allah, all regular activities at the Masjid will continue. We are planning to be back on April 1, Insha Allah.

Please remember us in your dua

Imam's Message

Assalamu Alaikum Brothers and Sisters in Islam, 

There’s this weird notion that new plans and habits gotta start on the 1st day of the year, in New Year. That’s how many people ended 2017 and started 2018...counting down to a “new page”. But is that how it works? Like a reset button? What makes you on Dec 31 different from you on Jan 1? Please know that it’s not the calendar date that determines our willingness, drive, and ability to accomplish goals and dreams. It’s us. Do we have clarity on what we want 2018 to look like or are you setting goals based on what’s trending on Facebook?


Do you have the systems in place to get you there or are you going about it haphazardly?


Here is the solution: Follow the Prophet and Find Balance

Some people think that the harder they drive themselves in fulfilling religious duties, the higher the position they will achieve in God's eyes. Yet Islam does not require people to overstrain themselves, as it steers a middle way. Indeed, it is referred to, in some religious texts as "the middle way". The Prophet's (peace be upon him) practical example shows that he understood this and put it into practice. Aishah (may Allah be pleased with her) reports:

Whenever the Prophet was given a choice between two options, he would choose the easier, unless it be sinful. If it was sinful, he would move furthest away from it. Never did he seek revenge for himself.  (Related by al-Bukhari and Muslim.)

The Prophet's character shines as being that of a very modest man who never sought to press an advantage in anyway. At the same time, he was clearly dedicated to his message and would do everything in his power to ensure that people understood it clearly and could see how to put it into practice. He felt for others and would try hard to make it easy for them to understand God's message and implement what He required of them. In his speech during the farewell pilgrimage, for example, he outlined the major principles of Islam. At the end of every point he stressed, he would ask his audience: "Have I delivered God's message?" When they affirmed that he had done, he appealed to God to witness their acknowledgement.

Thus, in 2018, let's make 3 goals. 1) Understand Prophet's message with more wisdom, 2) Translate his messages into actions to our lives and convey them to others with clarity, and 3) Maintain moderation in everything while avoiding extremism 

Jazak-Allah Khair

Imam Tarek

Some useful links for the community Newcomer Connections is a website that helps newcomers who make Brantford-Brant their home. It provides newcomers with information on local services and resources available in Brantford-Brant. Visit the immigration website at and send your questions and suggestions to

Grand Erie Immigration Partnership The Grand Erie Immigration Partnership is involved in planning and implementing activities promoting the economic and social integration of newcomers/immigrants. To learn more please visit us at this link .

Daily Azan Time (Islamic Finder)

The Muslim Association Of Brantford

The Masjid

The masjid is a sanctified area, in which the rewards of prayers in congregation increase 25 to 27 times and where the mercy of Allah descends. It is considered the best of places by the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him).

Ibn 'Abbas (may Allah be pleased with him) relates:

"Masjids are the houses of Allah on the earth. They shine up to the inhabitants of the heavens just as the stars in the sky shine down to the inhabitants of the earth."

A true masjid, in the legal sense, is a place that has been permanently dedicated to Allah for the sake of prayer, recitation, and His remembrance. Any piece of land that has been dedicated permanently for the sake of congregational prayers will also become a proper masjid..