The Apex Mosque has launched a new Facebook live series titled, “Peak Discussions” where community members will discuss their experiences in a talk-show type setting. Episode 2 details are below, please plan to join during the live broadcast on the masjid facebook page.
Donations can be made by
- Online: Please click HERE
- Phone: Please text APM to 44321
- Mail: please make checks payable to “Apex Mosque” and mail to 733 Center St Apex, NC 27502
- Call: 919-362-0403 and pickup of check/cash or other arrangements can be made
View the online fundraiser on May 10, 2020 starting at 2PM BELOW or on FACEBOOK LIVE
Registration is REQUIRED, sign up HERE.
Welcome Ramadan! We, at Apex Mosque, will definitely miss seeing all of our beautiful children at the Masjid this Ramadan (May Allah protect them all!). We recognize this may be a difficult time for them and we want to help get them in the spirit of Ramadan. Mostly, we want to remind them just how much we love and miss them.
On Saturday, April 25, we will distribute free Ramadan lights to our beloved children. Please sign up to get your free Ramadan lights and pick them up (curbside) at the Apex Mosque parking lot. Signups will remain open as long as supplies last.
For safety purposes, we kindly request from everyone to follow the instructions of security personnel in the parking lot of the Masjid during the event.
Sign up for your Ramadan lights HERE.
You can sponsor one or more fasting persons for one iftar or partial iftar during the month of Ramadan.
Due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation as well as direction from government and health officials, the Apex Mosque (until further notice) will be open on a limited basis for DAILY PRAYERS ONLY. Please immediately leave the facility after prayers. All programs and other activities are suspended. In addition Al-Ihssan Sunday School, Quran School and Al-Manara Preschool will not be in session for students. Please monitor our website for further updates.
Congregants should exercise their discretion in coming to the center for daily prayers. Congregants who are particularly vulnerable, including the elderly, those with underlying medical conditions, and those with weakened immune systems should not come to the masjid. Congregants with a fever, flu-like symptoms, or consistent coughing and sneezing must not come to the masjid. Those who are concerned, fearful, or find hardship in coming may pray in their homes based on the rukhsa (license) given for such conditions.
Apex Mosque is in touch with area mosques through the Triangle Imams Council, and is monitoring local and state actions taken during this time.
Congregants may find it helpful to consult religious references from the Assembly of Muslim Jurists of America (AMJA), Fiqh Council of North America (FCNA), and others, including:
- AMJA Declaration Regarding Suspension of Friday Prayer (March 13, 2020)
- FCNA Rulings on Daily and Weekly Congregational Prayers during Coronavirus Pandemic (March 12, 2020)
- Suspending Congregational Acts of Worship Because of the CoronaVirus by Imam Suhaib Webb (March 11, 2020)
- AMJA Declaration Regarding Coronavirus Disease (March 3, 2020)
- FCNA Threat Posed by Corona Virus (March 3, 2020)
- Islamic Guidelines on Dealing with Infectious Disease Outbreaks by Sh. Mustafa Umar (February 27, 2020)
The March Community Dinner is CANCELLED.
Mark your calendars for the Apex Mosque monthly community dinner & potluck! Along with the community dinner, we will also hold a “Food Drive Kids” for our local Western Wake Crisis Ministry of Apex to help in the fight to end childhood hunger. Three cans per kid are enough for admission.
Don’t forget to bring a dish to share! Jazaakumulaahu Khayran.