11 Mosques in Singapore That Allow Muslimahs to Perform Friday Prayers

Although Jumu’ah prayers (Friday prayers) is not obligatory for women, it is certainly permissible for women to perform the congregational prayers if they want to. In fact, women used to attend the Jumu’ah prayers in the mosque of the Prophet (PBUH) in the past.

Also – just in case you’re wondering – if a Muslimah performs Jumu’ah prayer, it is sufficient and she does not have to pray Zuhur. 

There are many benefits to be reaped during Jumu’ah prayers. One of them is that the steps taken to reach the mosque for Jumu’ah prayers are equivalent to the reward of praying qiyaam and fasting the whole year. Listening to the Khutba before Jumu’ah is also beneficent for you.

However, due to understandable space constraints, most mosques in Singapore do not provide a space for female congregants. But Alhamdullilah, here’s a list of mosques that allow Muslimahs to perform Friday prayers: 

South Cluster

1. Al-Amin Mosque

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Muslimahs can make their way to Level 3, where an area will be partitioned for female congregants to perform Friday Prayers.

Address: 50 Telok Blangah Way Singapore 098801

Contact: 6272 5309

2. Al-Istiqamah Mosque

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Al-Istiqamah Mosque reserves room number #02-05 (on Level 2) for Muslimahs to perform Friday Prayer.

Address: 2 Serangoon North Avenue 2 Singapore 555876

Contact: 6281 4287

3. Jamae Chulia Mosque

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Muslimahs can perform Friday Prayers at the ladies’ prayer hall which is on the right side of the mosque upon entry.

Address: 218 South Bridge Road Singapore 058767

Contact: 6221 4165

4. Mujahidin Mosque

Image credit: Mujahidin Mosque

The prayer space for female congregants during Friday Prayers is at Level 3, Classroom 315.

Address: 590 Stirling Road Singapore 148952

Contact: 6473 7400

5. Omar Kampong Melaka Mosque

Image credit: Omar Kampong Melaka Mosque

Muslimahs can perform Friday Prayers at the usual female prayer section of Omar Kampong Melaka Mosque, on the first level of the two-storey annexe building located on the left.

Address: 10 Keng Cheow Street Singapore 059607

Contact: 6532 6764

North Cluster

6. Al-Muttaqin Mosque

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The prayer space for female congregants during Friday Prayers is at the multi-purpose hall on Level 2.

Address: 4150 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6 Singapore 569840

Contact: 6454 7472

7. An-Nahdhah Mosque

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To get to the female prayer space during Friday Prayers, use the lift on Level 1 to get to Level 3. There is a white partition door which will lead you to the prayer space for ladies.

Address: 9A Bishan Street 14 Singapore 579786

Contact: 6354 3138

East Cluster 

8. Darul Aman Mosque

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Darul Aman Mosque provides several spaces for Muslimah for Friday prayers. You can find them on Level 2 and Level 3. On some days, there is also a room on the first floor and some partitioned area in the main hall

Note: On non-Islamic public holidays falling on Fridays, the entire mosque will be for male congregants only.

Address: 1 Jalan Eunos Singapore 419493

Contact: 6744 5544

9. Kampung Siglap Mosque

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The female prayer space during Friday Prayers is at the usual Muslimah Prayer Hall located at Level 1 of the left-wing Main Prayer Hall.

Address: 451 Marine Parade Road Singapore 449283

Contact: 6243 7060

10. Mydin Mosque

Image credit: Masjid Mydin

The prayer space for female congregants during Friday Prayers is on Level 2, behind the curtain. There is a female toilet available at the same level. 

Note: As the prayer space for female congregants is limited, it is advisable for Muslimahs to come by 12.30 pm.

Address: 67 Jalan Lapang Singapore 419007

Contact: 6243 2129

West Cluster

11. Al-Iman Mosque

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To get to the female prayer space during Friday Prayers, proceed to Level 3 where there are prayers areas allocated for Muslimahs. 

Address: 10 Bukit Panjang Ring Road Singapore 679943

Contact: 6769 0770

Please note that the information above is accurate as of the published date. Do give the mosque a call to double-check if they are still offering a place for Muslimahs before you make your way down, especially during public holidays. Jumu’ah Mubarak!

Also read: Mosques in Singapore: Here’s Where to Pray

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