Eid prayers will be held in the Exposition Center at the State Fairgrounds on Sunday August 19.
Two Shifts of Eid Prayers
The first shift gathering will begin at 7AM with prayer at 8AM sharp. The second shift gathering will begin at 9AM with prayer at 10AM sharp.
Please plan to arrive early before the prayer time to accommodate weekend Fairgrounds traffic and parking.
Bring a prayer rug for yourself and one to share with your neighbor.
Eid prayers are just like the Friday prayers, with two rakahs and a khutbah. Unlike Friday prayers, the khutbah is after the two rakahs. Listening to the khutbah is an integral part of the prayers. If you have to leave early, please do so quietly.
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Zakaat ul Fitr is $12 per person
Zakaat ul Fitr is obligatory on each Muslim young or old, male or female, rich or poor, if he owns extra food that exceeds his needs and that of his dependents for a period of twenty-four hours. A Muslim should pay on his behalf and on the behalf of his dependents that he supports such as his wife and children.
You can pay 12 dollars per person. Zakaatul-Fitr can be given anytime during Ramadan, however, it must be given before the Eid prayer. Zakaatul-Fitr is given to poor Muslims, whose income is less than their basic needs.