Al Ihssan Sunday School Registration is Open

Registration for Apex Mosque’s Al Ihssan Sunday School is currently open, classes start on 18-Sep.  Visit here for more information.

Collection for Eid Udhiya (Qurbani)

The Apex Mosque is working with Islamic Relief to collect money for Eid Udhiyah (Qurbani).  The cost of a donation starts at $120 and can be submitted in the Apex Mosque dropbox.  Please contact Br. Abdelkrim Ouhda for more information.

Apex Mosque Offers Condolences for Innocent Lives Lost

The Apex Mosque is outraged by the recent acts of violence and resulting innocent lives lost most recently across the US in Louisiana, Minnesota, Texas, Florida and internationally in Iraq, Turkey, Bangladesh, Somalia and other affected areas.  We stand with the victims of these senseless acts of violence, mourn with their families and pray for their ease and comfort during this time of difficulty.  The Apex Mosque sends its condolences and prayers and urges the community to stand united against these despicable acts.

Guest Speaker: Mauri Saalakhan, Struggling within Oneself

Mauri Saalakhan will be visiting the Apex Mosque Friday 12-August.  He will be giving Khutba at the second shift and open a discussion after Maghrib titled: Jihad Within Self.  Br. Mauri is a metropolitan Washington, DC-based human rights advocate, poet, and author of several books.  He is a founder of the Coalition Against Political Imprisonment (CAPI) and a founder of the National Association for Police Accountability (NAPA). He is also the founder of and presently serves as Director of Operations for The Peace and Justice Foundation.  Br. Mauri was selected as “An Outstanding Young Man of America” in 1986.  In 1995 he was the recipient of the “Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Award,” from the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) and a Maryland State Senate Resolution for his human rights work in and outside the State of Maryland.  In 1999 Br Mauri served as a consultant for Amnesty International’s year long focus on human rights abuses in the United States of America.

US Congressman Mark Siljander (ret) Visits Apex Mosque

Former US Congressman Mark Siljander will visit the Apex Mosque on Saturday, 23-July starting at 7PM. His presentation, titled “At War with Peace”, will focus on the interfaith bridge building efforts he has tirelessly worked for through the Bridges to Common Ground organization.  All are invited, including our interfaith friends and family!  See the program flyer.

Ramadan Quran Contest Winners

The Ramadan Quran Contest Awards Ceremony will take place on Saturday, July 23rd starting at 8:30PM in the musalla of Apex Mosque.  Please join us to celebrate more than 70 participants in the memorization of Allah’s book. Beautiful Quran recitation will be performed, prizes will be distributed and the winner of the Umrah Grand Prize will be announced.  Refreshments will be served and babysitting will be available. Don’t miss it!

Itikaf at Apex Mosque

The Itikaf at Apex Mosque will start on the night of the 21st of Ramadan which falls on Thursday, 15-June after Maghrib.  The following flyer, daily program and guide have been prepared for the convenience of brothers and sisters who are willing to join the itikaf.  Please review this material and participate with your brothers and sisters.

Ramadan Youth Night

The Apex Mosque Youth are sponsoring a youth night for ages 16 and up starting Friday 24-June after Taraweeh prayers until Saturday morning, 25-June at 5AM after Fajr.  The theme for the night will be Islam 101: touching back with the basics of Islam and characteristics and values of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh).  Speakers, discussion, sports and food will be included.  Only 50 attendees will be permitted, please sign up through the event page.  For additional information please email Ibrahim Darhmaoui.