Monthly Tahajjud

Monthly-TahajjudThe monthly tahajjud will be held on Sunday 24-Sep starting at 5AM.  Please plan on attending this opportunity for worship.  All community members, family and friends are encouraged to attend.

Apex Mosque Town Hall Meeting

The Apex Mosque Board of Directors invites all community members for a Community Town Hall Meeting on Saturday 07-October from 7 to 9 pm. The meeting is part of Apex Mosque’s strategic planning process and will provide a forum for community members to voice their needs and concerns for consideration in the final plan. See event page HERE.

Apex Mosque Educational Programs Open Registration

Registration is still open for Apex Mosque educational programs.  Contact information is below:

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Hadith Competition

Obtain the registration form HERE and return the completed form to Imam Khalid Shahu in person or by email at apexmosqueimam@gmail.com.

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Refugee Support

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Any community member wanting to work with local agencies to help refugees settling in the RTP area are encouraged to contact Sr. Patricia Land.  Families are coming to the US throughout the year and a number of household items and additional support are needed to support these families.

Imam’s New Publication

Every Friday after Isha salaat, Imam Khalid Shahu spends 15 minutes to discuss one hadith from his newest compilation of hadith in his book “Forty Prophetic Sayings on the Most Beloved Deeds to Allah.”  Please plan to participate in this excellent educational opportunity.

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College Preparation Program

Apex Mosque will launch Alpharabius College Preparation Program (ACPP) After School Program in Fall 2017. The primary targets are High School students, grades 9 -12. It will meet between 3:00 and 6:00 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The program will begin in the first week of September 2017 and will end in mid-May.

There will be three focus areas: 1) Extensive Reading (the authentic translation of Qur’an); 2) Discussion on Islamic Topics; 3) Help on SAT for College Preparation.   The goals of the program are:

  1. Provide students with spiritual teachings and practices that would assist them to connect to Allah and practice their Deen.
  2. Improve students’ skills in reading, critical thinking, and public speaking.
  3. Make students aware of colleges’ requirements and teach them the important components of success in college.
  4. Connect students to current college students and professors and facilitate their interaction meetings

There will be sports activities, visits to nearby universities (e.g., NCSU, UNC CH, Duke etc.), invited speakers from colleges, universities, and industries.  If interested in registering for this program, please email Br Jawdat Akbay.

Eid al Adha Potluck Dinner

Apex Mosque will be holding an Eid Al Adha dinner on Saturday 09-September starting at 8pm.  Please share your Udhiya/Qurbani with the community by bringing a dish of your choice to celebrate this happy occasion.