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Weekly study circles that is offered by Imam Mahmoud Sulaiman in the main prayer hall.

  • Friday night
  • Saturday after Fajer prayer.
  • Saturday night.

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Weekly Quran teaching classes for adults that focus on memorization and recitation and taught by Imam Mahmoud Suliman.

  • Sunday after Maghrib prayer

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On Sundays of every week for children ages 4 years & up. The school starts at 10:15am and ends at 2:15pm. The classes offered are Islamic Studies, Quranic Studies, and Arabic Language.

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The Holy Month of Ramadan

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar. It begins with the sighting of the new moon after which all physically mature and healthy Muslims are obliged to fast for the complete month. Fasting is done as an act of worship and obedience to Allah (God). Between dawn and sunset, Muslims abstain from all food, drink, smoking and any kind of sexual contact. In addition to this physical component, the spiritual aspects of the fast include an added emphasis on refraining from gossip, lies, obscenity and in general, any sinful act. Muslims focus during this month on strengthening their relationship with the Creator. It is a time for spiritual reflection, prayer and doing of good deeds. Fasting is intended to promote self-discipline, self-restraint and generosity.

Ramadan 1436 - 2015 Special Program

  • Daily Iftar (Dinner) everyday at the old Masjid, please sponsor a full or partial Iftar.
  • Short Islamic Advice will be 20 minutes before Isha’ prayer at the new Masjid followed by Isha’ & Tarawih prayer’s.
  • Isha’ prayer iqama during Ramadan is at 9:15 pm
  • Tarawih prayer: Extra prayers performed by Muslims at night in the Islamic month of Ramadan. They are not compulsory; however, many Muslims pray these prayers in the night during Ramadan. Prayer will be eight Raka’at as follows:
    • Starts with 4 Raka’at (2+2)
    • Then a short break
    • Continue prayer 4 Raka’at (2+2)
  • Witr prayer will be 3 Raka’at.
  • Every Friday & Saturday night:
    • I’tikaf all night: seclusion in the old Masjid for the purpose of worshiping Allah.
    • Qiyam prayer around 1:15 am (late night prayer).
    • Suhoor (early breakfast) after Qiyam.
  • I’tikaf all day & night during the last 10 days of Ramadan
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Important Notes

  • Sunday school will be in recess during Ramadan.
  • Leave the Masjid quietly between the Tarawih breaks.
  • Volunteer to help.
  • Please read the ICCP Code of Conduct
  • Do not block the parking lot entry/exit nor the neighbors driveways, visit the Code of Conduct >> Parking Code for more information.
  • Zakat Al-Fitr is $10 per person when paid at the ICCP office, and $11 per person when paid online, Zakat Al-Fitr must be paid before Eid Al-Fitr prayer.
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Volunteerism is at the heart of Islam and to assume such a duty is an honor and a responsibility. It is not an easy job as it requires commitment, hard work, continuance, sacrifice and is at least to be appreciated. However the returns from Allah (SWT) are plenty in this world and in the hereafter.

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