Do take off your shoes before you enter.
Muslims take off their shoes every time they enter a mosque. They expect visitors to follow their lead and show the same respect when they enter a mosque.
Do wear proper clothes.
As mosques are sacred, it is not appropriate for men or women to wear short clothes that show much skin. It is most suited to wear modest, loose-fitting clothes. For men, it is better to wear long pants, and for women to wear pants or full-length skirts or dresses, with long sleeves. Muslim women typically wear a headscarf as well. Non-Muslim women are encouraged to wear a headscarf in the prayer hall.
Don’t eat or drink inside a masjid.
Muslims don’t eat or drink inside mosques. It is not forbidden, but they fear affecting its cleanliness and tidiness. However, on some occasions, they gather in mosques, bringing sweets to share and to celebrate.
Do not impose your values on the masjid.
We welcome everyone but kindly ask that you do your best to respect our mosque and beliefs by refraining from proselytizing and advocating for a specific view or action.