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In the name of Allah,
Most gracious,
Most Merciful.
Quran:

Guard strictly your (habit of)
prayers,especially the Middle
Prayer;and stand before Allah
in a devout (frame of mind).
(Surah Al-Baqarah 2:238)

All that they do is noted in
(their) books (of deeds):
every matter,small and great,
is on record.
(Surah Al-Qamar 54:52-53)



Hadith :


Hadrat Abu Huraira reported
Allah's Messenger (SAW) as saying,
"Among the actions and good deeds
for which a believer will continue to
receive reward after his death, are
knowledge which he taught and
spread, a good son whom he left
behind, or a copy of the Qur'an
which he left as a legacy, or
a mosque he built, or a house
which he built for the traveler,
or a stream which he caused to flow,
or a sadaqa which he gave from
his property when he was alive and well,
for which he will continue to receive
reward after his death."

(Ibn Majah and Baihaqi)







                           
                 
















































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Importance of protecting children's imaan:

The greatest investment that any community can make is to invest in
their children. Our children are our future. If we invest in today’s
children and develop them into people who are firm in their Imaan,
who cherish human values more than material wealth, who honor
their parents and their elders and are generally an asset to society at
large, then such an investment will earn tremendous returns and
benefits for the entire Ummah.

The Maktab/Madrasah has always played a pivotal role in
developing the children of the Ummah. By and large it is at the
Maktab that the child is equipped with all the basics of Deen, the
fundamentals that enable him to live and practice as a true Muslim.
In  communities where Maktab education is not provided, children
grow up without knowledge of even the fundamentals of Islam.

They are unable fulfill any of the tenets of Deen and in many cases are
not even able to recite the Kalimah properly. Maktab education is
essential in the life of every child and it is our duty as parents and
guardians of our children to ensure they receive its instruction.

Protect the Imaan of Your Child!






                                              

In sha Allah,
. Youth program,every Saturday,after Maghrib salat.
. Mommy and Me program (for Moms and kids under 10)
  every Saturday, 12:00 Noon -1:30 PM.
. Sunday School: Classes start on 09/29/19, 11:30 AM- 2:30 PM.
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    SEE CURRENT/UPCOMING PROGRAMS AT THE MASJID.
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OCTOBER 2019 IQAMAH TIMES
Date
Fajr
Zuhr
Asr
Maghrib
Isha
October 1-3
6:45
2:00
5:45
0:00
8:45
October 4-10
6:50
2:00
5:40
0:00
8:40
October 11-17
6:55
2:00
5:30
0:00
8:30
October 18-24
7:00
2:00
5:20
0:00
8:20
October 25-31
7:00
2:00
5:10
0:00
8:10