Not only does MSA Ibn Firnas organise fun activities and educational endeavours, but we also facilitate Muslims in maintaining their prayers through the provision of prayer rooms throughout the campus! Have a look at the prayer rooms available on the TU Delft campus, or explore the two mosques located in Delft.
Prayer Facilities at TU Delft
Friday Jumuʿah Prayer - Sports & Culture X
Sport Hall X, Sports & Culture X
Mekelweg 8, 2628 CD, Delft
The Jumuʿah prayer at the TU is performed most Fridays in the halls of “X” (Sports Centre).
If you are a member, you will automatically receive any updates via email.
Schedule TBD based on continuing Covid-19 restrictions.
When the call is made for the Salah on Friday, come to the remembrance of Allah, and leave off business. That is better for you, if you only knew! And when the Salah has ended, you may disperse through the land, and seek the Bounty of Allah, and remember Allah much so that you may be successful.” (Sūrah Jumuʿah 62:09-10)
Aerospace Prayer Room
Room 2.14, Faculty of Aerospace Engineering
Kluyverweg 1, 2629 HS, Delft
The prayer room in the faculty of Aerospace Engineering is on the 2nd floor. After taking the lift to the 2nd floor, turn left and continue towards the end of the hallway. The prayer room is the second last door on the right.
“X” (former Sports and Culture), Building 37, Mekelweg 8
2628 CD Delft
The Contemplation Room is a neutral, inclusive, uniform space, open to staff and students. It is meant as a space where individuals can retreat, for a moment of private meditation or reflection.
Please respect the neutral environment of the room and the House Rules as stated within the room.
Mosques in Delft
Al-Ansaar Mosque (Arabic)
2624 AV, Delft
The Al-Ansaar Mosque is located near the Delft-Campus Train Station.
Sultan Ahmet Mosque (Turkish)
Duke Ellingtonstraat 201
2625 GC, Delft
The Sultan Ahmet mosque is located between the Reinier de Graaf hospital and De Hoven Passage shopping centre.
“The mosques of Allah shall be visited and maintained by such as believe in Allah and the Last Day, establish regular prayers, and practise regular charity, and fear none (at all) except Allah.” (Surah At-Tawba, 9:18)