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Unique Workshop

This session is geared to anyone who is single, married, or starting a family. Learn about the Islamic perspectives of marriage and preparing for family life.

Join us for a broad overview of mindfulness and wellness and its practical application to daily life. Discussion topics include mindfulness in relationships, communication, deterrents, and emotional first aid.

Featured Speaker: Sister Menahal Begawala

Sr. Menahal Begawala completed Quranic tafseer, Seerah, and Islamic studies under Dr. Farhat Hashmi at The Al-Huda Institute. She has an Ijazah in Tajweed and holds a dual Masters degree in Literacy Education and Clinical Mental Health Counseling.

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Soup Kitchen – 2015 Schedule

The next ISA Soup Kitchen day will be on 2/15/2015. For several years, members of the Islamic Society of Augusta have been serving the needy in our community by providing meals at the Master’s Table. Please help us to continue to serve our community and help the unfortunate. We will need two teams each consisting of 10 individuals to help in: We need more volunteers to participate.

1. Cooking from 8:00AM to 10:00AM

2. Serving/cleaning from 10:30AM to 12:20PM

If you can make it, please send me a note and I will sign you up. You are encouraged to participate as your help is needed. If you have questions or need more information, please do not hesitate to call or email me at (706) 869-8034 or haluk@sanddpaper.com

2015 ISA Soup Kitchen Schedule

Movie Night – Friday January 10, 2014

Movie: Islamic Art: Mirror of the Invisible World
Produced by Muslim Unity Foundation
Narrated by Susan Sarandon.

Time: After Isha 7:15 PM. Men, women and young adults are welcome.

Free Pizza, and water bottles will be provided.

Baby sitter available at  a nominal cost for children under 8 years of age

Soup Kitchen – Sunday January 5, 2014

The next ISA Soup Kitchen day will be on 1/5/2014. For several years, members of the Islamic Society of Augusta have been serving the needy in our community by providing meals at the Master’s Table. Please help us to continue to serve our community and help the unfortunate. We will need two teams each consisting of 10 individuals to help in:

1. Cooking from 8:00AM to 10:00AM

2. Serving/cleaning from 10:30AM to 12:20PM

If you can make it, please send me a note and I will sign you up. You are encouraged to participate as your help is needed. If you have questions or need more information, please do not hesitate to call or email me at (803) 642-5688 or

srsalaymeh@hotmail.com.

2014 ISA Soup Kitchen Schedule

Community Outreach Programs

The Islamic society of Augusta is reaching out for the community. One of the programs is to contribute to the rehabilitation of prison inmates through education. ISA efforts were provided to the inmates of 6 prisons in McCormick, Bishopville, Lee and Edgefield counties. A total of 240 inmates benefits from these efforts.

1)      Provided 12 desk top computers, GED books and skill building materials for the fields of carpeting, carpentry, plumbing, bookkeeping, painting and horticulture.

2)      Provided EID dinner in all 6 correctional institutions and EID gifts for each inmate.

3)      Provided 6 inmates fees for driving license reinstatement and paying for half way house rental.

ISA wants to extend these efforts. We need your assistance to provide 20 refurbished desk top computers at $125 each, stationary items as books pens, pencils, educational CDs and DVDs,  paper pads and copying papers.

We are also thinking about establishing an educational program in this ICCA for the high school dropout students, as those young men are the youngest generation among the school inmates. This is our pay back to the community that we live in, helping in reducing crime rate through the vision of prophet.

Please contact Br. Mohammed Gaafar at secretary@isaugusta.com for further details.