Prayer Times

Saturday, May 23rd, 2015
Apex, NC
Prayer Athan Iqama
Fajr 04:42 05:15
Shuruq 06:05
Duhur 01:13 01:30
Asr 05:01 05:15
Magrib 08:20 08:30
Ishaa 09:44 10:00

May Prayer Schedule

Jumua Schedule

Date Khateeb
May 01 S Miftah (12:15)
K Shahu (1:15)
A Couissi (3:15)
May 08 K Shahu (12:15)
I Hindi (1:15)
I Darhmaoui (3:15)
May 15 A Saleh (12:15)
K Shahu (1:15)
Y Assisou (3:15)
May 22 A Khalil (12:15)
K Shahu (1:15)
A Ansari (3:15)
May 29 R Diarbakerli (12:15)
K Shahu (1:15)
TBD (3:15)

Quran School

Al-Manara Preschool


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Monthly Tahajjud


The monthly tahajjud for May will be held on Saturday, 23-May starting at 4:15AM.  Please plan on attending this important opportunity for worship.  All community members, family and friends are encouraged to attend.

Voyage Program Celebration

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Ilyas & Duck Fun Time Kids Event


Omar S. Khawaja is the creator and award winning author of the exciting “Ilyas & Duck” children’s book series for young Muslim kids.  He conducts a variety of events at schools, community centers and anywhere he can get to by flying, driving, biking, running or swimming.  He will be visiting the Apex Mosque on Sunday, 31-May from 11AM-1PM for a storytime workshop for kids ages 3 to 12.  Additional details can be found here.

Visiting Scholar Shaykh Muhammad An-Ninowy

The Apex Mosque is hosting a spiritual and inspiring night with Shaykh Muhammad An-Ninowy on Saturday, 06-Jun between Maghrib and Isha.  Shaykh An-Ninowy was born and raised in Syria. He began his study under his father and many of the senior scholars of Aleppo/Syria at the time, memorizing the Glorious Qur’an and acquiring knowledge in Tawheed, Hanafi/Shafi’i Fiqh, Usool, and Ihsaan.   Shaykh Muhammad is the founding director of “Planet Mercy” and Madina Institute & Seminary in the UK, South Africa, Canada, and the USA.  Some of Shaykh Muhammad’s lectures can be viewed on: and on

May Community Dinner Cancelled

The May community dinner is cancelled because of ongoing renovations in the multipurpose hall.  The Apex Mosque apologizes for any inconvenience.