Eid Mubarak to everyone from BMCS

Eid Al-Adha 2023 has been announced to be marked on: Wednesday 28th June 2023 & Thursday 29th June 2023.

Most Bristol Mosques will be marking Eid Al-Adha 2023 on Wednesday 28th June 2023.
Based on the lack of local moonsighting, the following Mosques in Bristol will be marking Eid Al-Fitr on Thursday 29th June 2023: Bristol Jamia Mosque I Easton Jamia Masjid Faizan e Madina I Greenbank Mosque Hazrat Bilal Centre I Madani Jamia Masjid 

For Eid Prayer Times, the graphic with the times is below.

We have released prayer times earlier from a planning point of view for worshippers.

These were the only prayer times available to us at time of publishing.

Compiled by BMCS. Times listed above are those as supplied by organisations listed and those involved in organising of prayers. Jazakhallahu khairun to all those that contributed.

Please note for all prayers it is advisable to arrive at least half an hour earlier than the listed time.


A few points of etiquette when attending prayers:

1) Please walk to venue if you are able to rather than driving to avoid congestion around prayer venues.

2) Please park sensibly when going to venue to avoid annoying locals to the venue.

3) Please try not to congregate outside venue for too long after prayers to avoid inconveniencing neighbours and those using pavements and roads etc.

4) The way we behave after leaving venue and how we park whilst there will have an impact on how others perceive us as Muslims and form their opinions on Islam. In Islam it is highly discouraged and sinful to inconvenience neighbours and those using roads and pavements by causing obstruction.

Important dates:

9th Dhul Hijjah – Day of Arafah*

10th Dhul Hijjah – Eid Al-Adha

*Dependent on when you start the month of Dhul Hijjah, either Tuesday 27th June or Wednesday 28th June.


Reminder: The First 10 Days of Dhul Hijjah are the best days of the year.

“There are no days in which righteous deeds are more beloved to Allāh than these ten days” (Al-Bukhāri)

“Fasting on the Day of Arafah expiates the sins of the past year and the coming year.” (Muslim)