Eid ul Adha will be celebrated on Friday July, 31st


Tuesday July, 21st is the 30th of Dhu Al Qaeda, and Wednesday, July 22, will mark the first of Dhu Al Hijja.

*First day of Eid Al Adha falls on the 10th day of Dhu Al Hijja / one day after Arafat Day

Friday, July 31, will mark the first day of Eid Al Adha

Due to ongoing restrictions on large gatherings, there are no congregational Eid prayers being scheduled by CIMIC

UPDATE: Details regarding Virtual ‘Eid Prayer Event’ along with Takbeerat and Eid Khutba, with an opportunity to pray Eid at home with your families, are now available on our Events page

*There is also going to be a Drive Through Eid Treats for Kids outside the Masjid at 11:00am


*For Eid Day Virtaul Khutba broadcast, please watch on our ‘Tune-In’ page or follow via CIMIC Social Media

*As the Eid happens to be on a Friday, there will only be one Friday Jumma Prayers @ 1:05 pm


July, 31st Eid ul Adha Day

9:50 AM — Takbeerat

10:00 AM — Break for Eid Prayers at home

10:05 AM — Virtual Khutba by Imam Ousmane