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Daily Ramadan Schedule

Daily iftar dinner after Maghrib

Inshallah the salat will be led as follows:

FAJR

Lead by Brother Diyaa

MAGHRIB

15 minutes prior there will be a discussion of the daily hadith from Arba’een Annawayya. Hadith will be emailed to the community each morning in both Arabic and English. Please sign up for our email list by clicking here.

Brother Amro will lead Maghrib (one page from Quran)

ISHA

Led by Brother Diyaa

TARAWEEH

Rakats 1 - 2: Led by Brother Amro

Rakats 3 - 8: Led by Brother Muhammad

Rakats 9 - 11: Led by Brother Diaa

The number of verses to be recited will be displayed at the front of the masullah for the brothers and sisters to allow the community to follow the reading.

The khatm of the Quran will be on the night of the 27 InshaAllah.

Last 10 Days

Qiyaam prayer during the last ten nights of Ramadan
Suhoor during the last ten mornings of Ramadan
Itikaf program during the last ten days of Ramadan

Ramadan Qur’an Camp Registration
Friendship, learning, and Ramadan spirit for kids ages 7 to 11! This camp is meant for children who are familiar with the Arabic alphabet or can read Arabic. They will improve their recitation, memorization, and understanding of the Qur’an. Games will be played and prizes will be won! Sessions are every Tuesday and Friday during Ramadan from 7 to 8 PM. Details to follow via email.

$40 per child and $30 for each additional sibling. Payments can be made via cash, check, or online. For all payments, please indicate “Ramadan Qur’an Camp” in the memo.

Child's Name *
Child's Name
Parent/Guardian's Phone Number *
Parent/Guardian's Phone Number
Parent/Guardian's Name *
Parent/Guardian's Name
Signature *
Signature
By registering, I affirm that I will sign out my child at the agreed upon time after every session. Failure to do so may result in the child's removal from the camp. For the child's safety, only the parents listed above will be allowed to sign out the child unless the teacher is notified of the authorized pick-up person in advance.
The month of Ramadan, in which the Quran was brought down, a guidance for the people, and clarification of the guidance and the criterion. Therefore, those of you who witness the month shall fast it. And those who are ill or travelling, then an equal number of other days. God wants ease for you, and He does not want hardship for you, and so that you may complete the count, and to exalt God for guiding you, and that you may be thankful.
— Qur'an 2:185