Up Coming Events
Classes Offered at Islamic Center of Nashville
ICN YOUTH Programs/ Classes
ICN is offering an overall youth program which will include Young Muslim (YM) Sisters Chapter (see info below), where halaqas will take place from 11:10 -12 pm. Following this, the regularly scheduled halaqa for both the youth boys and girls combined will take place from 12-1pm. Speakers for this program will include Dr. Fayaz Malik, Sheikh Ossama Bahloul, Sr. Sabina Mohyuddin, Sr. Hasina Mohyuddin, Br. Rashed Fakhruddin, among others.
Dhuhr will be held at 1pm throughout the year beginning this Sunday to accommodate the programs. Service projects and socials will be coordinated between the YM programs and youth halaqas.
SUNDAY Halaqa 12 - 1 : "Lessons from the Youth of the Cave" by Sheikh Ossama
A monthly schedule will be released soon. In the meantime, Dr. Ossama Bahloul will be presenting this Sunday (Jan. 29th) from 12-1pm for the weekly youth halaqa.
YOUNG MUSLIM SISTERS CHAPTER
YM Sisters is a national organization that seeks to address real-life problems and gives the support needed to live our lives as dedicated Muslim youth. At this age where temptations are on the rise and flagrant behavior encouraged, YM Sisters attempts to counteract these influences by challenging the youth to take the best of all paths in both this world and in the Hereafter. YM Sisters will be having weekly Halaqas, Activites, Community Service & More. The first meeting will be Sunday, January 29, 2017 @ ICN from 11:10am-12:00.
To anyone new in our community, please note Sheikh Osama offers a series of wonderful weekly classes and all are welcome to attend (see class schedule below).
Issues Surrounding Islamic Fiqh
|(Tuesdays after Magrib @ ICN Bellevue)
|(Wednesdays from 12pm to 1pm @ ICN)
Issues Surrounding Islamic Fiqh
|(Wednesday 9:15 followed by Q&A @ ICN)
|(Fridays immediately following Isha @ ICN - after the daylight savings time Isha on Fridays will move to 7 pm)
Muslim Youth Class - led by Dr Malik
|(Sundays 11:30-1pm @ ICN)
New Shahada Class
|(Sundays 6:30 @ ICN)
We are still collecting donations for the tax liabilities tied with the Islamic ijara loan taken to build the Islamic School (NIA) in 2008. We are down to around $20K. Although we paid it off on Aug. 31st to allow further interest penalties, we had to spend $20k from our general fund, which is about one-fifth of all our general funds which is needed to run our operations this year. There is an urgency to collect the remaining 20k.
You can bring a check to ICN this Friday, or make a donation by clicking Here and choosing ICN Property Tax Payoff under Campaigns.
(or send a check to ICN):
2515 12th Ave. S
Nashville, TN 37204
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