A place where a person with no background on Islam can come and feel comfortable and enjoy the service because the atmosphere will be friendly. Where they will be able to understand why they were created and how to please their Lord.

To teach the youth and the adults about the importance of knowing their religion, their aqeedah and manhaj.

And I (Allah) created not the jinns and humans except they should worship Me (Alone). [Adh-Dhariyat:56]

We do our best to provide you resources so that you can understand your religion and the methods to worship your Lord properly.


As a service to the Muslim community, Dar As-Sahabah Provides the Following:

  • Five Daily Salawat:
    The musalla is open to allow Muslims (both brothers and sisters) a location to pray their five daily salawat.
  • Salat-ul-Jum’uah:
    Every week, salat-ul-Jum’uah is held at Dar As-Sahaba (due to limited space, for brothers only), where the khateeb deliver the khutbah strictly adhering to the Qur’aan & the Sunnah.
  • Salat-ul-Taraweeh:
    During the month of Ramadhan, every evening salat-ul-Taraweeh is held (due to limited space, for brothers only).
  • Salat-ul-‘Eid:
    For both ‘Eid-ul-Fitr and ‘Eid-ul-Adha, Dar As-Sahaba holds ‘Eid prayers for the community at a neighbouring park, weather permitting, or community centre.
  • Zakat-ul-Fitr & Zakat-ul-Mal:
    Families provide their zakat-ul-Fitr in the form of staple foods (rice, pasta, oil, etc.), which is then distributed to those in need in the local community with the help of volunteers. Those who wish to give their zakat-ul-Mal annually, we provide it to local families in need.
  • Lectures:
    A few knowledgeable brothers remind us of the importance of various facets of our deen in weekly gatherings. Occasionally, tele-lectures of our esteemed scholars are streamed via the internet at the musalla for all to hear.
  • Distributing reading and audio/visual materials:
    To those who are interested about Islam, we have provided copies of the Qur’an with translations in the English and French languages; for non-Arabic speaking Muslims, we have also provided translated copies of the Qur’an in other languages such as Spanish, Somali, Farsi, Urdu, Pashto, etc. As well, we have provided books & tapes/CDs for people ranging from those interested in Islam to those that are interested in further pursuing Islam academically.


As-Sahaba Musalla was officially opened in October 2005 and has been serving the Ramsey community as a place for Muslims to pray 5 times a day, (including the Jumu’ah Prayer) ever since. Lectures on Islam are held on a regular basis and the presence of the Musalla has affected the Ramsey area in a positive way, walhamdulillah.

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