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Summer Quran Camp 2013
We are excited to announce our annual Qur'an Camp will be starting again! This year we will begin on June 3- June 27. We will focus on Qur'an, Salah, and du'aa. The timings are from 11am- 2pm, Monday-Thursday. Alhamdulillah, our experienced teachers are excited to get started! Click here to sign up:
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Stories of the Prophets
Have you ever wondered which prophet could talk to animals? Which prophet had the most beautiful voice? Starting Friday, November 30, after 'Isha salah, our youth group will revive Jammin' Jummah! We will be hosting a halaqah in which we will discuss all the Ambiyah. Beginning from Prophet Adam to Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon them), we will learn all there is to know about the prophets of Allah! Come join us for this wonderful opportunity to learn about one of the pillars of Iman. All ages are welcome, and snacks will be served.
Weekly Quran Circle - Mondays (in Urdu)
Sunday School Announcement
2012 Qur'an Camp at Masjid Al-Hedaya
We are very pleased to announce our Annual Qur'an Camp. Insha'Allah
this year we will begin on June 4- June 28. The focus will be on
Qur'an, Salah, and du'aa. The timings are from 11am- 2pm,
Monday-Thursday. Alhamdulillah, our experienced teachers are excited to
Watch Recorded Taraweeh online (Ramadan 1432)
Breakfast after Fajr & Dinner after Isha Salah every Sunday
Please come and join us for Fajr & Isha every Sunday. There will be a Hadith with explanation after Fajr & Tajweed class after Isha. Breakfast and Dinner will be served.
Tajweed Class by Imam Sheikh Showqi
Learn to read and understand Quran as it should be !|
Tajweed class for Sisters
(Every Friday after Isha)
Tajweed class for Brothers
(Every Sunday after Isha)
Pillars of Islam
What are the five pillars of Islam?
They are the framework of Muslim life: testimony of faith, prayer, Zakat (charity), fasting, and the pilgrimage to Makkah for those who are able. The prophet said: Islam is based on five principles:
1. The declaration of faith: To bear witness that there is none worthy of worship except Allah, and that Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) is His messenger to all human beings till the Day of Judgment.
2. Prayers: Muslims perform five prayers a day as a duty towards Allah. Prayers strengthen and enliven the belief in Allah and inspire man to a higher morality. They purify the heart and prevent temptation towards wrongdoing and evil.
3. Zakat: The literal and simple meaning of Zakat is purity, wealth is purified by paying Zakat. As all things belong to God, wealth is therefore held by human beings in trust. Zakat means giving a specified percentage of ones wealth to certain classes of needy people.
4. Fasting during the month of Ramadan: Muslims during the month of Ramadan not only abstain from food, drink, and sexual intercourse from dawn to sunset, but also from immoral behavior. Fasting teaches love, sincerity and devotion. It develops a sound social conscience, patience, unselfishness and will-power.
5. Hajj (Pilgrimage to Mecca): It is to be performed at least once in a lifetime, by those who are physically and financially able to do so. The Ka'ba, which is in the city of Mecca, is the first house of worship appointed for mankind and was built by Abraham and his son Ishmael (Peace Be Upon Them).
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Topics of Interest:
ICNA land issue:
At the Eid Salah we made the community aware of our struggle in getting ICNA to return the 4.5acre property at 968 Powder Springs Street back to Masjid Al-Hedaya.
Read all about this in our Open Letter to the community.
This month in Islam:
Rabi-Ut-Thani is the 4th month in the lunar calendar. Read More....
The Islamic calendar (or Hijri calendar) is a purely lunar calendar. It contains 12 months that are based on the motion of the moon, and because 12 synodic months is only 12 x 29.53=354.36 days, the Islamic calendar is consistently shorter than a tropical year, and therefore it shifts with respect to the Christian calendar.
Hijri Converter, Zakat Calculator etc. Click here to access.