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Muharram Programs

Muharram Programs
As Muslims around the world enter this season of commemorating the movement of Imam al-Husayn (a), the grandson of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (s), we use this opportunity to open our hearts to the lessons left behind from this great leader in human history.
Imam al-Husayn (a) said:
“I have not left my home (Madinah) in vain (i.e., to pursue power, etc.) nor to cause corruption or injustice. Rather, I have left to call for reform in the nation of my grandfather.”
The Imam refused to bow to injustice and oppression and stood to defend the principles left for us by his grandfather, Prophet Muhammad (s). Due to this steadfast stand for God, justice and love, he and his family and companions met martyrdom as the tyrant ruler of his time mercilessly killed them and then took the women as prisoners.
Join us as we honor this movement and mourn the tragedy that has, and continues to inspire the hearts of billions of Muslims throughout the world.
Each of our programs will be led by:
Sayyid Hadi Qazwini
Online Programs
Saturday 8/14 at 7:00pm
Sunday 8/15 at 7:00pm
Monday 8/16 at 7:00pm
Watch on Zoom:
Zoom ID:
815 2882 6405
In-Person Programs
Tuesday 8/17 at 7:00pm
Wednesday 8/18 at 7:00pm
Thursday 8/19 at 7:00pm
Simultaneous children’s program and activities each night.
To keep us all safe, masks will be required for all those who attend.
May Allah accept all of your deeds.

Celebrating our Graduates!

We are excited to celebrate all of our community members who are/have graduated from any level of study this year. We will be celebrating via Zoom on Friday, July 9th at 7:00pm.
If you, or anyone you know, would like to take part in this celebration, please fill out the form here graduation 2020 app and return it no later than July 2nd.
Zoom ID:  853 2039 2309   Password:  grads
We look forward to celebrating your accomplishments!

‘Eid Mubarak

Dear community members,
Today is the last day in the holy month of Ramadan. We pray that all of your prayers, charity and deeds are accepted by God and that you are all blessed with His forgiveness before this beautiful month comes to an end.
Tomorrow we will gather for an in-person ‘Eid prayer which will also be streamed live here.
Gates will open at 7:30AM, takbirs will begin at 7:45AM and the prayer will commence promptly at 8:00AM.
For those of you who would like to join us in person, we ask that you help us keep everyone safe by following our guidelines for attendance:
  • Please perform wudhu at home before coming.
  • Everyone must wear a mask that covers both the mouth and nose the entire time here.
  • Everyone must maintain physical distancing during the prayer and afterwards.
  • We will be outdoors, and many of us on the concrete, so bring whatever you need to sit on to be comfortable. A prayer rug may not be enough, so think about bringing a mat to go underneath for extra padding.
  • Chairs will be available only for those who cannot sit/pray on the ground. Please reserve them for those who need.
  • Please bring any items you may need during the prayer service: turbah, tasbih, water bottle, bag for shoes, etc.
  • This is the hardest thing for us to ask, but we need you to respect our request: We know you all miss one another and it will be a great day of celebration, but we ask all of you to refrain from shaking hands, kissing or hugging.
We look forward to celebrating with all of you then, inshallah!