Islamic Center of Rochester invites you to a Town Hall meeting
Islam – Everything You Want to Know – And Ask.
Sunday, June 14, 2015, 3 PM – 6 PM
Location: Islamic Center of Rochester
727 Westfall Road, Rochester, NY, 14620
Light refreshments will be served
Call or E-Mail us. (585)442-0117 or [email protected]
Ramadan is a blessed month of reflection, prayer and fasting for Muslims. During the month, observers gain a better understanding of and appreciation for the suffering of impoverished and hungry people around the world. Ramadan also serves to remind Muslims of the importance of charity, and their obligation to be charitable during the month and all throughout the year. By the will of Allah SWT and with your support, we can assist hungry families through the blessed month of Ramadan. Your donation will make their Iftaars a joyous time instead of a hardship.
Each food basket will contain staple food items and a meat certificate. You can choose to donate just the staple foods, just the meat, or an entire basket of food containing both.
Staple Food Items $25.00
Meat Certificate $25.00
Full Food Basket $50.00
Get your pledge card from any WIN Group Member
For more information Contact:
Sr. Roxana Ahmed 585-746-6820 or Sr. Beth Al Fayad 585-217-3821
Annie El-Amin 585-414-1494
WIN Ramadan Project Donations accepted thru May 31st only
Ramadan Gift Basket Poster
Author and journalist Alison Weir will discuss her new book on the history of the US-Israel “special relationship” and why American taxpayers currently give Israel nearly $10 million per day.
Location: Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School Chapel
1100 South Goodman Street
Rochester, NY 14620
Time and Date: Thursday May 7:00 pm
This event is free and open to the public
For more information : (585) 967-4946, [email protected]
Alison Weir – 2
The Jeopardy competition will be on Sunday, April 26, 2015.
Jeopardy 2015 Registration Form
Jeopardy Level 1
Jeopardy Level 2
Jeopardy Level 3
Jeopardy Level 4
Any questions, contact Sr. Shahana Masood.
NMV Mission Statement
(New Muslim Volunteers)
Who we are and what we do?
We are a committee of volunteers at the ICR tasked with assisting Muslims new to the faith with their transition into Islam. We recognize that their transition is of spiritual, social, and academic nature. Support in all of these areas is necessary. Through a set of services, we help them gain a solid base in their new community, provide them with basic Islamic education and help them become self-sufficient in their struggle to perfect their deen (religion).
How do we do it?
We work in stages. We identify the new Muslim’s needs while simultaneously making them aware of available services. We provide specific services to the individual. The new Muslim is paired with a mentor that guides them through initial steps. The mentor communicates any concerns or needs of the new Muslim to the committee. Employment, finances and other needs are addressed by the appropriate committee(s) at the ICR.
Whom do we do it for?
We do this for the sake of Allah, and on behalf of the ICR community. Our ultimate goal is for the new Muslim to be comfortable with the religion. We want them to be confident in studying Islam independently, while still comfortable in approaching any and all with questions.
What value do we bring?
We intend to streamline the collective efforts and obligations of the ICR towards new Muslims. We want to make the transition as easy as possible.
When do we meet?
Meetings are held the last Saturday of the month after Dhuhr Salah (1:30pm) in the conference room of the Islamic Center of Rochester, 727 Westfall Road, Rochester, NY 14620.
Email: [email protected] ICR Main Office: (585) 442-0117.