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Assalamu Alaykum Respected and Fellow Community Brothers and Sisters,
We pray this message finds you in the best of states, Insha Allah.
Within the past few years Masjid Muhajireen has been planning for a new Masjid building. This has been a diligent process, working with engineers and the City of Hayward in coming up with the best and safest facility for our community. By the Mercy of Allah, our project was recently approved by the City Council and we have received full permission to begin construction.
Many of us havebeen attending Muhajireen Masjid and some of us since our childhood and teenage years. This Masjid has been apart of our lives from Quranic learning classes, to weekly Friday Prayers, Ramadan Taraweeh's, to the birth of a passionate and spiritual program with the Hayward Halaqah, this Masjid has been a place for many of our fond memories.
The next steps for our future is on us. It is on us on to find out how we can have apart in the next phase and our next generation while continuing to preserve and better our present.
We will be having a fundraising dinner to detail the next steps we can take in extending our help and be apart of this great and rewarding project. We will be providing information for the new facility and much more! Insha Allah.
Please join us this Friday Night for this special event and help us in spreading the word to others!
Location: Royal Palace Banquet Hall (6058 Stevenson Blvd. Fremont, CA. 94538)
Admission: FREE with dinner served afterwards.
With the change in Daylight Savings Times, we now begin the March-November schedule for Jum’ah prayers. The Friday Khutbu (Islamic sermon) will now begin at 1 p.m. and the first first adthan will be at 1:30 pm then we will pray in congregation a 2 pm.
The Jum’ah service begins with a sermon in Dari or English, then a call to prayer (Azaan), individual customary prayers (Sunnah prayers), community announcements in Dari, a sermon in Arabic (Khutbah), and ending in two cycles (rakahs) of obligatory (Fard) prayer in congregation. The services are officiated by our resident spiritual leader, Qari Safiullah Samady. The Islamic bayaan sermon is in Farsi except on the first Friday of each month when the Khutbah is in English.