Islam encourages marriage, which is an emphasised part of a Muslim’s life. Allah has created men and women as partners for one another, so they can marry, procreate and live together peacefully according to the teachings and commandments of Allah تعالى and His beloved Prophet Muhammad صلى الله عليه وسلم.
Allah تعالى has said in the Quran:
“And among his signs is that He has created for you mates from among yourselves, that you may dwell in tranquillity with them, and He has put love and mercy between your hearts. Indeed in these are signs for those who reflect.” (Ar-Rum: 21)
Allah تعالى has also said in the Quran:
“And Allah تعالى has made for you from yourselves mates, and made for you out of them sons and grandchildren, and has provided for you sustenance of the best.” (An-Nahl: 72)
ECYS conducts Nikaah, and can provide an Imam to deliver a sermon in Arabic, English, Urdu or Bengoli. Regarding Nikaah certificates, please speak with Imam Sahib. Marriage registration is not an Islamic requirement for Nikaah.
Contact Langtons House (Billet Lane, Hornchurch, RM11 1XL / 01708 433 481) to ‘give notice of marriage’ to the registrar.
The Registrar will perform checks and issue a blue certificate to confirm their position for a civil ceremony. A period of 16 days is required to lapse to give people time to object.
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