Written Khutbah: A Unique Eid at Home

A concise sermon which can be used as a resource for students or workers who may be delivering a Khutbah at their local Musalla. The file can be viewed, downloaded electronically or printed off.

Note: This Khutbah was specifically written for Eid al-Fitr (2020) during COVID lockdown, as a resource for those families who will be performing Eid Prayer at home.

The Eid Prayer is a loud prayer consisting of 2 Rak’ah. In the 1st Rak’ah, a person says Takbīrat at-tahrīm out aloud to begin the Salāh, and then says a further 7 Takbīrāt. He/she then recites Sūrah al-Fātihah and another Sūrah aloud.

In the 2nd Rak’ah, 5 Takbīrāt are said aloud after the Takbīr for standing up. Again, Sūrah al-Fātihah and another Sūrah is recited aloud. The Prayer is completed in the normal manner with Rukū’, Sujūd and Taslīm.

After this, some of the scholars have encouraged for a short sermon to be given.It is only one Khutbah, given immediately after the Salāh.


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He is a graduate of the Islaamic University of Madeenah, having graduated from the Institute of Arabic Language, and later the Faculty of Sharee'ah in 2010. He currently resides in Nelson, Lancashire and is the Imam of Masijd Sunnah.

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