Our Khateebs for Friday Oct 28, 2016 are as follows:
12:15pm - Br. Noorgul Dada
1:15pm - Br. Hassan Al-Dameri
2:00pm - Sh. Fares Beltagy - (Arabic)
3:00pm - Br. Hassan Nusairat
Youth Khutbah - (School Student)
How is the strength of Hadith determined? Why is Hadith important to our lives? Br. Justin Abdurrahman Wood takes us through a journey of the Science of Hadith on Thursday, October 27 2016, after Salat Al-Maghrib (6.45pm) in the NICC Musallah
About the Speaker
Br. Abdurahman Wood is an American Muslim, born and raised in Columbus, Ohio. He accepted Islam in 1998 at the age of 17 after researching various religions and philosophies. He was introduced to Islam at 14, after he saw the movie "X" based on the autobiography of Malcolm X. Soon thereafter, he traveled to the Holy City of Makkah, Saudi Arabia to increase his knowledge of Arabic and Islamic Sciences. He was able to participate in an American Imam training program and studied various introductory books of Islamic Jurisprudence and Islamic Belief with Shaikh Khalid al-Halawani.
Br. Abdurrahman remained active in Da’wah in Central Ohio, specifically as a khateeb (Islamic Preacher) and youth volunteer until he left for Nebraska in 2008. He served as president on the board of the Islamic Foundation of Lincoln and helped organize a bi-weekly youth halaqah and other da'wah related activities. He returned to Central Ohio in 2012.
We are proud to announce, ISNA's Striving for Justice one day Conference comes to Columbus. Featured speakers include Mehdi Hasan, Zahra Billoo, Mufti Kamani and Dr. Jamal Badawi.
When: November 12, 2016
Where: Noor Islamic Cultural Center
• Sessions and Work Shops
• Community Development
• Spiritual Upliftment
• Family Matters
• Youth Development Sessions
• Saturday Evening Banquet
Safiyyah Mustafa, Registration Coordinator
(317) 838 8129 or email@example.com
It is the time of year when many in our community have difficulty buying winter coats for the family. We are now collecting NEW and GENTLY USED winter coats, hats and gloves. Blankets in good condition are also needed!
Please leave your donations in the designated box in the lobby of Noor from now until Oct 28.
Your generosity and support are greatly appreciated!
Project Deen is an initiative to get Muslim boys and girls in the Columbus area in 4th to 8th grade together once a month to strengthen their Muslim identity, have fun through physical activity, make meaningful relationships with each other, meet mentors and learn their deen. Sign up for email list and October event on the project deen website
|No Youth khutbah during school breaks|
I heard Allah's Apostle (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) saying. 'Allah divided Mercy into one-hundred parts and kept ninety-nine parts of it with Him and sent down one part on earth. And because of that, its one single part, His creations are Merciful to each other, so much so that an animal lifts its hoof away from its young lest it should hurt it.