Weekend Halaqa Programs at the Masjid

What is the role of the masjid for Muslims?

To answer this vital question we should look back to the best generation, as defined by the Prophet Mohamad, SAW: the first generation of Muslims. A quick glance at this Golden-Age will demonstrate that our beloved Prophet Mohamed, SAW, used the masjid not only as a place to perform the five daily prayers, but also as an administrative and social hub to discuss and solve all matters concerning the Ummah. Naturally, the main target was to prepare his companions, R A, for the difficult mission of Dawah by educating them in every aspect of the deen. Thankfully, all we need to do to reap countless rewards for ourselves—as well as remove the obligation upon us–is to follow their example by learning about our religion! To create the opportunity to align ourselves with the Sunnah of the Messenger, SAW, our masjid currently offers weekly programs on different Islamic subjects. Each class, detailed below, is taught by our Sheikh, Imam Ahagie, and is completely free and open to all. We encourage you to attend!

Friday Night: Purification of the Soul

Surah Jummah Ayat 2 Allah says in the Qur’an:


 “It is He who has sent among the unlettered a Messenger from themselves reciting to them His versus and purifying them and teaching them the Book and wisdom – although they were before in clear error -”

Currently held: Between Maghrib and Isha’ (8pm-9pm)

Saturday Night: Tafsir of the Qur’an

Drawing on multiple classics in the field of tafseer (exegesis), Imam Alhagie meticulously elaborates on the meaning of each ayah, extracting beneficial lessons and distilling Islamic wisdom along the way. Come earn the multiple rewards of learning the Qur’aan in the masjid!

Currently held: After ‘Isha


Sunday Night: Short Lectures on Ramadan + Question and Answer


Q&A session after Maghrib prayer (around 7:40). Bring your questions and get answers based on the Qur’an and Sunnah Insha Allah!

Currently held: Between Maghrib and Isha’


Here are the links to Audio and Video lectures