Can I Get a Witness

Sometimes the most powerful thing we can do is to show up for each other. Can I Get a Witness? is a way of facilitating this desire that we have to show up for each other and for others to show up for us.  Click HERE for more information or check out the program on Thursday, May 3rd and the first Thursday of every month at Apex Mosque at 6PM.


Community Feedback for Apex Police Department

The Apex Mosque will be participating in COHORT (Community Organizers Helping Officers Restore Trust) diversity training for the Apex Police Department and has been invited to serve in the guest panel to voice perspectives and concerns from community members directly to police officers on Tue 24-Apr.  The Apex Mosque would like to hear any concerns from the community prior to the meeting, please send your concerns to Br. Asif Ansari for sharing with the Apex Police Department.  The feedback will be compiled and presented as overall community concerns.

Habitat for Humanity Construction Days

Apex Mosque is once again participating with other faith-based community organizations in in the Habitat for Humanity Interfaith Build 2018.  Apex Mosque’s designated house construction days include Saturdays: 24-March (1 additional volunteer needed), 14-April (3 additional volunteers needed) and 12-May (3 additional volunteers needed) from 8AM to 4PM and will occur primarily in the Crosstowne subdivision in Raleigh.  If interested, all volunteers must be at least 16 years old and are required to register.  Please contact Br. Asif Ansari for registration information.

April Tahajjud

Monthly-TahajjudThe 1st tahajjud in April will be held on Saturday 14-Apr immediately following Isha as part of the Treasures of Quran program.  Please plan on attending this opportunity for worship.  All community members, family and friends are encouraged to attend.

Please Park in Designated Spots

Community members and visitors are reminded to park only in designated parking spots.  Please do not park in the gas station area, in front of the dumpster, and do not leave cars in the parking lot for extended periods of time.  Please also avoid parking in the spot marked “reserved.”  Failure to obey these rules may result in cars being towed at the owner’s expense.

April Community Dinner

Community-DinnerThe AprilMarch community dinner will be held Saturday, 21-April starting at 7:30PM.  Please join us, invite your friends, and bring a dish of your choice to share with your community.

Apex Mosque is Not Accepting Used Items for Donations

The Apex Mosque is not currently accepting any used items (clothing, furniture).  Community members are encouraged to take used clothing items to local GCF donation centers and furniture to Habitat Wake Restores.

Al Maghrib Seminar: Art of Manners, Islamic Code of Ethics

Al-Maghrib Triangle will be hosting their upcoming seminar “The Art of Manners: Islamic Code of Ethics” in Raleigh and at the Apex Mosque on March 9th through 11th with Ustadh Majed Mahmoud. Learn how to embody true Muslim character and become the best version of yourself. In this seminar, you will learn:

  • Etiquette of speech: truth and lies
  • Art of showing gratitude
  • Choosing companionship
  • Earning trust and winning hearts
  • Developing good habits
  • Etiquette of social media
  • Art of accepting and declining requests
  • Anger management
  • Etiquette of complaining to and speaking about Allah
  • Recognizing tests from Allah, and dealing with calamities
  • Increase in sincerity and motivation in worship
  • Controlling temptations and bad habits

Please click HERE see for registration.

Apex Mosque Closed Due to Inclement Weather

Because of the inclement weather and to thus ensure the safety of our community members, the Apex Mosque is closed and will tentatively re-open with Fajr salaat on Tuesday 13-March.  Please check back for additional updates throughout the day.