Invite your friends, family, co-workers and neighbors who are wanting to learn more about Islam, Muslims and Al-Amaan Center. Please join us this coming Saturday, September 21, 2019, from 4-6:30pm.
A very enlightening and eye opening session from Al-Amaan Center for those who have questions about Islam and the ways of Muslims. Hear it from Sh Jamel Ben Ameur, PhD, Al-Amaan Center's Imam and Khatib, the 101 of Islam and other related topics. This is the best time to have a better understanding of the Islamic faith, forge better relationships with our neighbors and be a part of a growing community that embraces diversity and inclusivity.
This is a free event and food will be catered according to the number of participants. To register, please click here.
For directions, please click here.
The Islamic Etiquette of visiting a Mosque: Since the Center is a place of worship, we ask our visitors to kindly observe the following etiquette to ensure the most comfortable experience: - Ladies should dress modestly and should cover their hair with a scarf. - Shoes should be removed before entering the prayer halls because we put our faces down on the ground when praying. - When greeting, men and women in the Islamic faith do not shake hands between opposite genders as a sign of respect.
Thank you in advance for your understanding!