Worship is about showing devotion to Allah. Most Muslims believe worshipping together has more value than worshipping alone as it strengthens the sense of community.
What is worship?
An act of religious devotion
Watching your favourite team
Relaxing at home
Do Muslims worship the Prophet Muhammad?
Yes, they worship Allah and the Prophet Muhammad
No, they love and respect him as the final messenger of Allah but they do not worship him
No, he is a prophet like any other
What is Tawhid?
Belief in the afterlife
Belief in the oneness or unity of Allah
Another name for scripture
Who leads the prayers in a mosque?
The eldest member of a mosque's congregation
Which direction do Muslims face when they pray?
The direction of the Ka'bah in Makkah (Mecca)
The direction of their homes
Why are there no statues in a mosque?
They could be worshipped as idols which is a sin
They take up too much space
They cost too much to build
Are Muslims allowed to pray outside a mosque?
Never, because a mosque is the only place of worship
Only in emergencies
Muslims are allowed to pray anywhere as long as it is clean
How many times a day is a Muslim required to pray?
What must Muslims do before they pray?
Clean their homes
What does Du'a mean?
When Muslims ask Allah for particular help or guidance or thank Allah for His blessings
When Muslims donate money to charity
When Muslims fast for a month