Prayer Schedule
 
Prayer: Iqamah Time
Fajr: 05:15am
Zuhr: 01:30pm
Asr: 06:30pm
Maghrib: 10 min after Sunset
Isha: 10:00pm
Jumu'ah 1st Shift: 12:15pm
Jumu'ah 2nd Shift: 1:30pm
Jumu'ah 3rd Shift: 3:30pm
 
 
 
 
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Eid ul Fitr will be on Monday, July 28th
The new moon of the month of Shawal will be born on Saturday, July 26 in the western hemisphere but the moon will set before the sunset on that day everywhere in the western hemisphere, preventing its sighting that evening. Therefore In accordance with our policy that any reported sighting of the new crescent would be rejected based on the scientific fact of the moon setting before the sunset everywhere in the western hemisphere, we will complete 30 days of Ramadan and Eid ul Fitr will be on Monday, July 28th.

Eid Prayer Location: East Millbrook Middle School (3801 Spring Forest Rd, Raleigh, NC 27616). We will pray at the Gym area inshaAllah. Time: The prayer will start at 8:30 am sharp because many people will have work besides being a school day. Please arrive by 8:00 am to secure parking.
Please bring your prayer rug
We also reserved the cafeteria from 10:00 to 12:00 pm ISA. So, you may like to socialize there with your family and friends. You can meet in the cafeteria as families or groups. You can also bring your own food, drinks and plates if you like to have breakfast at the cafeteria.

Ramadan Mubarak!
There has been a confirmed sighting of the new moon crescent in Yemen. Therefore, we will begin fasting Saturday, June 28th.
Isha will begin at 10:00pm on Friday, and Taraweeh will begin immediately after sunnah.

Ramadan Imsaqiyah

Ramadan Programs
Every wednesday from 12 noon to 1 pm we will have a women halka in our masjid topic (responsibilities of women).
Every Saturday and Sunday we will have a halka for Men and youth after zuhr from 1.30 to 2.30 pm topic (basics of islam).

Community Iftar
We ask Allah (SWT) to accept all our deeds during these blessed days and we all reach the month of Ramadan which is a blessed month and an opportunity for every Muslim to draw near to Allah, increase his spirituality, and gain abundant reward.
In Shaa Allah on Saturday July 12th, we will have a community Iftar and short fundraising at Green Road Community Center (4201 Green Rd, Raleigh, NC 27604). The Iftar is open to the community.
The program will include Taraweeh Prayer and short fundraiser for the construction project.
For more details, please visit the event page on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/events/450116601757637/
Please mark your calendar.

MYCC/NRM Project Update
With the blessing of Allah and the kind help from two prominent investors in the community, the Muslim Youth and Community Center
has closed the purchase of a 12 acre piece of land on US401. The location is premium right inside the I-540 beltway at
5520 Louisburg Rd.  After a thorough investigation, the land does not have any environmental or zoning issues and has a long frontage on US-401.

MYCC is a one-third owner in a venture to include the construction of a masjid and community center and a number of residential homes for the community.

The purchase is great blessing from Allah and is the culmination of a dream of a small residential community for Muslims anchored by a
Masjid and Youth Center. The road ahead is long and we need the support of each and every one of you with dua’a, donations and
suggestions. The MYCC board will provide many updates with site plans and architectural designs to keep you posted of our progress
and needs over the coming months inshallah. The land needs to be developed and connected with utilities before we can start
any significant work, we expect the initial work to be done within 6-9 months inshallah. In the mean time we invite you to visit the site
and take a look.

We thank Allah for his blessings and all of those who worked hard to get us here.

NRM-MYCC

Activities:
  • Five (5) daily prayers
  • 2 shifts for Jumu’ah
History of North Raleigh Masjid:
The North Raleigh Masjid was established in 2006. The current rented location was an office space which was converted to a prayer hall by demolishing walls and other structures. Most North Raleigh community members previously attended the Islamic Center of Raleigh (IAR), but felt the need for a Masjid in the North Raleigh area for convenience and new resources amid the rapidly expanding community. In addition to uniting the Muslim community and reaching out to non-Muslims, they wanted to have the resources to educate their youth with the Islamic Tenets according to the Qur’an and Sunnah. Since the Masjid has opened, there has been a humongous boost of people attending the Masjid over the past three years. We have, since, started having two Friday Prayer shifts due to the overcrowding.

North Raleigh Masjid openly welcomes Muslims from all over the world and we also invite anyone who is interested in The Islamic Faith. Arabic and English are the primary languages used in worship. In addition to the five daily and Friday prayers, Quran classes for children, weekly Halaqas and community events are part of regular activities. Also, during Ramadan there is Taraweeh prayer and a community Iftaar.

 
       
       
 
     
 
 
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