Ramadan 1442/2021 Announcement. Online educational program information during Ramadan
Updated: Apr 13, 2021
Beginning of Ramadan
The first day of Ramadan 1442 is on Tuesday, April 13, 2021, insha’Allah. Tarawih prayer will start on Monday night April 12th. Please find the method of reaching this conclusion in the following link:
Jumuah location during Ramadan while 12 South Masjid is closed (Update 4/6/21)
As you know, ICN has been undergoing much needed renovations. We hoped to have every Ramadan Jumuah in the newly renovated masjid; unfortunately renovations will not be completed until after Ramadan. Until we can get back into the masjid, we have been arranged a new location for Jumuah prayer service.
Our friends at Belmont United Methodist Church have allow us to pray in their recreation center. We will start Jumuah there this Friday April 9, 2021. Belmont United Methodists Church is located at 2007 Acklen Ave, Nashville, Tennessee
There will only be one prayer service at 1 pm.
Attendees must adhere to all COVID-19 precautions and restrictions.
Face masks and temperature taken will be in effect.
Please arrive early to have your temperature taken and to secure a parking spot.
There is absolutely no parking spots available on the premise. All parking will have to be on the adjoining streets, i.e. Acklen, Magnolia. There is no Free parking on 21st Ave. Here is a map with street parking info https://www.belmontumc.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/BUMC-parking-map.pdf
Online Programs to be Held During Ramadan
3:00-4:00 p.m. Daily *Maqrah for Sisters
5:00-6:00 p.m. Daily *Maqrah for Brothers
35 minutes before Maghrib Daily 30 minutes Overview of the religion with the hope of giving an overview of the entire region by the end of Ramadan, the first week of this talk will start at 6:45. We will adjust the time weekly.
5 minutes before Maghrib A daily Dua.
* Maqara means a recitation. During the Maqara, participants will take turns reciting small portions of the Quran, then follow along and listen to other attendees. In the span of one hour, we should complete one Juz and finish the Quran by the end of Ramadan. Not all participants are required to recite; they are welcome to listen and follow along if they choose to.
6:00 p.m every Saturday special program with guest speaker
Last day of Ramadan
Special Dua 45 minutes before Maghrib: Dua of finishing the Quran together – either through Maqrah or individual reading throughout Ramadan.
We will have a special informational program on the night of Eid regarding the Eid Programs and Activities
Imam Ossama Bahloul PhD
Resident Scholar of ICN