1) I wanted to ask the view on reading salah in congregation in your home. If you are unable to get to the masjid for salah, is it recommended to perform salah in congregation even if it just you and your spouse? Previously, in the South Asian community, the role of leading salah has been reserved for the Imams of masajid and scholars. Recently, I have been hearing that any man can lead salah even if it just in the home.

2) Would you be able to provide any ahadith on the rewards of salah in congregation, specifically congregation in your own homes if unable to get to masajid?

1) Yes you can pray Jama’a in your house with your spouse, and you would get a great reward for that. However, the guidelines of Jama’a must be observed, such as the one leading it being Adel (just/upright).

2) For example, here’s a hadith on the reward of praying Jama’a:

From Imam Sadeq (a): praying in Jama’a exceeds the reward of praying individually by 24 degrees (24 times).