Hamza Masjid Mosque

Our Services

The Parkdale Islamic Education Centre (PIEC) in Downtown Toronto has a long standing history of creating programs in efforts to build a unified and thriving community.

The Parkdale Islamic Education Centre (PIEC) comprises of many services aimed at serving to the needs of our growing community.

The center is open everyday for about one hour in dawn (Fajr) SALAT and from Dhuhr till Isha.

Daily Tarbiyah Program

After Maghrib: We conduct daily Taleem after Maghrib Salat in our Masjid by providing the Hadith and Sunnah education.

Juma Prayer

Summer Timings: Khutba at 1:30PM and Prayer at 2:00PM
Winter Timings: Khutba at 1:00PM and Prayer at 1:30PM

Sunday Madrasa

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM: Every Sunday, From 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM, We provide the MADARSA for Quran and basic Arabic language for kids from age 6 to 11.

Please send us an email at piec1287@hotmail.com or leave your number in our Masjid Voice Mail (Phone: 416-534-3669) and we will contact you as soon as possible.

Thursday Islamic Program

6:15PM to 7:15PM: Every Thursday, we provide the education for BASIC ISLAMIC KNOWLEDGE, LIKE IMANIYAT AND PRAYERS from 6:15PM to 7:15PM

Ramadan & Eid Celeberations

In the month of Ramadan we arrange for daily Iftar and Taraweeh.

The two SALATS of Eid are offered in our center also.

Major Services at a Glance

  • Five daily prayers
  • Tarawih salat during the blessed month of Ramadan
  • Daily Iftar during the blessed month of ramadan¬†
  • Eid-Ul-Fitr and Eid-Ul-Adha Prayers
  • Programs & Bayans during Holy nights and occasions
  • Evening Madrasah for boys and girls Friday
  • Guidance & counselling (Can book a meeting through the phone or email).
  • Programs for Dawah and Islamic Propagation and education
  • Marriage Ceremonies

Proposed Activities

  • Five (5) Daily prayers
  • Juma and Ramadan Taraweeh
  • Weekend youth islamic lectures
  • Islamic Education Program (Halaqaat)
  • Funeral Services (Janazah)
  • Dawa for Non-Muslims

Ramadan Activities

Iftar is one of the islamic observances of Ramadan and is done as a community, with Muslims gathering to break their fast together.
Iftar is done right after Maghrib time. Traditionally, a date is the first thing to be consumed when the fast is broken.
At Hamza Masjid we are arranging Iftar and welcome everyone.