Shirley Masjid is open for Jumu'ah Prayers with only one session in a limited capacity. Spaces will be given on a first come, first served basis. Please See More Details Below.

Pillars of Islaam

Ibn ‘Umar, may Allah be pleased with him said that the Prophet, peace be upon him, said that Islaam is based upon 5 pillars. To:
1. Bear witness that there is no deity worthy of worship except Allah and that Muhammad, peace be upon him, is the Messenger of Allah (Shahaadah);
2. Offer the prescribed five daily prayers (Salaah);
3. Pay the alms to the less wealthy (Zakaah);
4. Observe fast during the month of Ramadhaan (Sawm);
5. Perform pilgrimage to Mecca (Hajj).

Go to Shahaadah


A person who believes in the teachings of Islaam expresses his/her belief by vocalizing the following words:
Ash-hadu Anlaa Ilaaha Illal Laahu Wa Ash-hadu Anna Muhammadan Rasulullaah
This could be translated as:
I bear witness that there is no deity worthy of worship except Allah and I bear witness that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah.

Go to Salaah


Salaat is one of the five pillars of Islaam. It is prayer of a very high level. The Holy Qur’aan repeatedly enjoins the offering of Salaat and indeed declares it to be a fundamental trait of a believer.

Go to Zakaah


Zakaah (Alms giving) is obligatory act, a part of devotion enjoined upon Muslims by Allah in the Holy Qur’aan. It is a means where the well-off pay a set amount of their wealth to the less wealthy.

Go to Sawm


Along with Salaat, another important form of worship is fasting. It is obligatory for each Muslim, apart from some exemptions, to fast in the month of Ramadhaan.


The annual pilgrimage (Hajj) to Makkah is an obligation once in a lifetime for those who are physically and financially able to perform it.

Shirley, NY: September 25, 2022
Asr Iqamah

5:10 pm

3 Hours 17 Minutes
Prayer Begins Iqamah
Fajr5:27 am 6:00 am
Sunrise6:41 am
Zuhr12:44 pm 1:15 pm
Asr4:58 pm 5:10 pm
Maghrib6:46 pm 6:51 pm
Isha8:01 pm 8:15 pm

SALAAT-UL-JUMU’AH  1:15  – 1:45 PM

Click here to download the August Prayer Timetable

Click here to download the September Prayer Timetable

Please check that ALL THE FOUR below apply to you before heading for Jumu’ah prayers:

  1. PRAYER MAT – I have my own prayer mat.
  2. MASK – I have my mask that properly covers my nose and mouth prior to entering the building.
  3. WUĎOO’ – I have WuĎoo’ because bathroom access will be limited to emergencies only.
  4. NOT SICK and SYMPTOM-FREE – I am not sick nor do I have fever, headache, cough, difficulty breathing, body aches, unexplained loss of taste or smell and diarrhea.

Get complete details about the Jumu’ah prayers at Jumu’ah Guidelines to attend Jumu’ah prayers.

Please know that the Islaamic Center of Mastic-Shirley is taking the necessary precautions to promote and maintain the safety and well-being of all worshippers. If you have concerns about your health or are unable to comply with the rules above, please do not attend prayers at the Islaamic Center of Mastic-Shirley. We ask for your patience, cooperation and understanding as we address the unique and extraordinary situation presented by this pandemic. These guidelines may change based on the local health conditions and/or guidelines from local or state authorities.

ICMS has SUSPENDED the in-person activities below until further notice:

– Children’s Mon-Thurs Classes

– Adult Brothers’ Tuesday Class

– Adult Sisters’ Thursday Class

Please maintain high standards of hygiene.

May Allah protect us from all calamities, Aameen!

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Executive Members

Shaykh Mehdad Islam

Assistant Imam, Head of Education, Head of Youth Group

Br. Aladdin El Far


Imam Abdul Lateef Poulos

Vice President / Treasurer

Br. Aziz A Bhatti

President, Head of Volunteer / Recruitment

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