Muktad (F) Prayers
(March 16 – 20, 2021)
The R&L Committee, in discussion with the OZCF Board, have worked out a procedure on accommodating members wishing to come out to the ZRCC to pray over the Fasli Muktad period March 16th – 20th.
We will be performing all the prayers during the Muktad days – three Satoom sessions (morning, afternoon and evening), and Afringan & Farokshi in the morning. If you wish to give the names of your dearly departed for daily prayers, please download, and complete the Muktad Names Form from the OZCF website and send it along with your donation cheque payable to OZCF to reach Er. Nozer Kotwal by March 13th. As it will be another tough year in terms of revenue generation for OZCF, we request the community to donate generously.
The Hall will be open for a few hours during the prayers. Prayer timings are:
Please note – the number of people in the Hall will be restricted to 30 at any given time. Also, there will be no meals nor Chasni served at any of the sessions.
If you wish to offer your home-made Malido, Ravo, Sev, Batasa, Bhakhraas, and/or dry-fruits, flowers, fruits, Sukhad, Loban, we ask that you make arrangements with Er. Kotwal and drop it off at his house before the Muktad begin. Please do not bring it to the ZRCC on the day.
Members wishing to attend in-person must give their names to Er. Nozer Kotwal at (905) 820-0461 or at email@example.com well before the Muktad begin. Attendees will be allowed in on a first-come basis and access limited to 30 members in the Hall. The evening Satoom prayers will be live-streamed, and members not attending in-person are encouraged to join in the prayers online. The link for the broadcast is www.ozcf.com at 7 pm on each day.
Sukhad must be bought from OZCF and cannot be brought from home or outside. We ask that members not light a Divo in the Hall, instead letting the Mobeds do so.
All members who come to the property MUST follow the laid down protocols (COVID-19 Screening Sheet and Instruction Guidelines), bearing in mind the volunteer has the right to refuse a member from entry if they feel the member could be endangering the health and safety of others.
As with all messages OZCF has communicated to the community, we remind our members that while these stipulations require us to carry out our engagements differently, we must adhere to them to enhance the safety of our members, volunteers and Mobeds. OZCF appreciates your continued patience and understanding.
Muktad Prayers Form