The Islamic Society of Geelong (ISG) is a representative organisation of Muslims living in Geelong, Victoria.
Community Update on COVID.19 - Precautionary measures upon attending Geelong Mosque
No Jummah Salah until further notice. Online Live Talk every Friday by our Imam Shaykh Qazi Muhammad Saad, at 01:30 pm via Zoom. https://us04web.zom.us/j/905042295 Meeting ID: 905042295.
No sleepovers and gatherings allowed inside the Mosque, adjacent buildings and outside courtyard until further notice.
Geelong Mosque is only open for Fajr, Maghrib and Esha prayers. The attendance is limited to 20 people. All attendees must maintain 1.5-meter social distance at all times and perform salah on the designated marks. For each Salah the Mosque is open for the total period of 15 minutes. All attendees must fill in the attendance register for each Salah. All attendees must use hand sanitizers provided upon entrance of the Mosque and centres. All attendees must bring their prayer mats. All attendees must perform Wudu (ablution) at home. If you are unwell, do not come to the Mosque. Elderly people and those with illness or symptoms must not attend the Geelong Mosque. If you have participated at the Mosque and tested positive to COVID.19, must notify the Mosque management committee and must self-quarantine and avoid any public gatherings, including Mosques until you are medically cleared to re-enter the community. For more information, please click the link https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus-covid-19-daily-update.
No Children Sunday School at the Mosque. Online classes are available each Sunday except school holidays, conducted by our Imam Shaykh Qazi Muhammad Saad. To enrol, click https://forms.gle/nBzbz8ekPUxUYgQL7. To attend via Zoom click https://us04web.zoom.us/j/74197038087. All the classes are free. Classes are divided into three different age groups. Please see below the timetable,
Group 1: Age (4-5)
11:00 am - 11:30 am
Group 2: Age (6-7)
11:30 am - 11:55pm
Group 3: Age (8+)
11:55 am - 12:30 pm
All attendees must understand that the above measures are the matter of public health and safety. You must follow the instructions and cooperate with Imam and management, failure to do so may result in being asked to leave the Mosque and or ban from entering the Mosque. The Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) said, "Do not cause harm or return harm to others."
We thank our community for their ongoing cooperation, compliance and understanding, in particular during these challenging and difficult times.