This is a fifteen-minute inspirational exhortation that comes up immediately
after Subh prayer daily. It gives you the spiritual elixir needed to start off a new day.
Qur’an memorization classes for adults and children go on between 4.30p.m. and 6.30p.m. from Monday to Thursday.
Maghrib Ta’leem is a one-hour study circle where various religious issues are explained by an array
of highly knowledgeable clerics. It comes up between 7pm and 8pm daily. Maghrib Ta’leem is a text-based
presentation that will feature expository review of widely recognized texts listed below. Specific subject
is covered on each day as follows:
- ‘Aqeedah (Islamic Creed) Text –- Kitabut-Taoheed
- Seerah (Islamic History)
Text —The Sealed Nectar (Ar-Raheeq al-Makhtum)
- Hadeeth (Prophetic Tradition)
Text --- Riyadus-Salheen
- Fiqh (Islamic rulings)
Text --- Bulugul-Maram
Friday - General Question and Answer session
Saturday - Hadeeth (prophetic tradition)
Text --- An-Nawawi’s Forty Ahadeeth
Sunday -Practical Qur’anic recitation
Text --- Holy Qur’an
This is a forum for privately seeking religious advice, guidance, or verdict on personal matters.
The Imam is on ground between 5p.m. and 7p.m. daily to attend to counselees one-on-one basis.
Tazkirah comes up every Sunday between 9 a.m. and 12noon. It features Adhkar, lecture, and general question and answer session.
Tafsir-ul Qur’ an (Exegesis of the Qur’an)
This comes up between 5.30p.m. and 7.00pm every Friday. It entails expository analysis and interpretation of verses of the Glorious Qur’an, adopting the approaches of leading Qur’anic exegetes.
The whole Qur’an will be covered from Faatihah to Naas
Adult and children classes are held separately between 9.00 am -12.00 noon every Saturday and Sunday. Lessons include reading and recitation of Qur’an, Arabic language, general Islamic Sciences, Qur’anic memorization and studies in prayers and Adhkar.
In due cognizance of the peculiarities and diversity of expected participants, the Arabic/Islamic studies programme has been divided into seven categories
The categories are:
Subsistence Islamic Education (SIE)
The SIE is designed for persons, who for obvious reason cannot go beyond the primary learning requirements.
It entails only recitation of the Qur'an, memorization of short surahs and important verses, and lectures on basic religious tenets.
The SIE will generally be non-formal and assessment therein will be by oral and general comprehension test.
Lecture tapes/discs will also serve as teaching aid.
Duration: 6 months
2.Executive Islamic Course (EIC)
The programme is designed for busy executives who require some basic religious knowledge.
Duration :6 months
Advanced Executive Islamic Course (EIC) Duration: 10 months
Diploma in Islamic Studies Duration: 12 months
Higher Diploma in Islamic Studies Duration: 24 months
Advance/Researchers' Course (ARC)
Continuing education & research course is meant for scholars and da’wah officers willing to update their knowledge.
Basic Islamic Education (Children)
This is an intensive Islamic education for children of school age.
This is a quarterly intellectual discourse forum where reputable and erudite scholars are invited from
far and near to discuss issues (both Islamic and secular) affecting the Muslim Ummah locally and globally.
The aim of the workshop is to proffer solutions to the contemporary challenges facing Muslims.
Family Day is a quarterly fun fiesta meant to foster friendship, love, peace,
cooperation, and unity among members. Each member is expected to bring all members
of his family and friends to the occasion which features film show, lectures, indoor games, Nasheed, feasting, etc
All nights of Ramadan
Time: 8.00 – 9.00 p.m.
Ramadan Tafseer- - Throughout Ramadan
Time: 5.00 – 6.30 p.m.
I’TIKAF Last 10 days of Ramadan