Apex Mosque is once again participating with other faith-based community organizations in in the Habitat for Humanity Interfaith Build 2020. Apex Mosque’s designated house construction days include Saturday: 29-February, 21-March and 28-March from 8AM to 4PM and will occur primarily in the Abbington Ridge 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.
Deah Barakat, Yusor Abu-Salha and Razan Abu-Salha had big ideas for how they wanted to help the world. One of Deah’s last facebook posts was where he and Yusor were giving food and free dental supplies to the homeless. Razan, was a regular at Raleigh’s Moore Square, where she too fed and helped those in need as a leader in the community. Last year a food drive was held to honor their service to the community. Donations translated into over 50,000 meals to North Carolinians in need. This year we hope to do it again. Boxes have been placed in the Apex Mosque lobby, all members are encouraged to donated canned goods to support this cause. To donate online visit here.
UPDATE: The Apex Mosque is back to normal operating hours. Please continue to exercise caution while walking through the parking lot in case of any residual ice.
Because of the inclement weather in the Triangle area, the Apex Mosque is closed for Isha on Thursday and Fajr on Friday. Please check the masjid website or facebook page for facility status Friday morning iA. Stay safe.
The Apex Mosque is holding a special town hall meeting on Sunday, February 16 at 2PM. NAFIS Board of Trustees members and Apex Mosque Board of Directors will be in attendance to address the community and answer their questions.