Jumu’ah Routine for Women: Make the Most Out of Your Friday

Jumu’ah Routine for Women: Make the Most Out of Your Friday


Often sisters, professionals and mothers find it a battle to be able to have a smooth Friday routine where they can get the best out of this rewarding day.

In this article, we look at a suggested routine for your Friday  to help overcome some of the common challenges many sisters face, either at home or at the mosque. ents of the day of Jumu’ah.

Friday Routine

At dawn – Wake up for Fajr

06:30 – Recite Surat al-Kahf (at least first and last ten verses if you’re pressed for time)

07:30 – Shower and eat breakfast

08:30 – Get kids off to school or get ready for work

09:00 – Leave or arrive for work or complete household duties/tasks on to-do list

10:00 – Pray two rak’ah Salatul Duha and go back to work or other duties

12:30 – Put on your nice Friday outfit

At Dhuhr time – Head to masjid or prepare a quiet space at home

13:00 – 14:00 – Jumu’ah at mosque or Dhuhur at home in a quiet room

14:00 – 15:00 – Lunch with family or with the local sisters; or head back to work; or school run

Last hour before Maghrib – Make du’a during the hour of assured acceptance or sa’at istijabah (fit in Surat al-Kahf if you haven’t read it yet)

After Maghrib salah – Family time for reflection on Friday sermon