The next ISA Soup Kitchen day will be on 6/2/2013. 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 consisting of 10 individuals to help in:
1. Cooking from 8:00AM to 10:00AM
2. Serving/cleaning from 10:30AM to 12:20PM
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 Br. Saleem Salaymeh at (803) 642-5688 or firstname.lastname@example.org
ISA members are invited to a special General Assembly meeting to discuss the plans for forming a Board of Trustees. The meeting will start at 7:00 PM till Maghrib parayer.
A BOT Exploration Committee was formed and its members will be introduced. The floor will be open for questions and comments.
Pizza and refreshments will be served after Maghrib Prayer.
ISA members are invited to attend this community-wide interfaith event for all those whose lives have been touched by mental illness. Jewish, and Muslim traditions will be represented in the service. Sponsored by the Coalition for Mental and Spiritual Health Ministries and the National Alliance on Mental Illness-Augusta.
Time: Tuesday, May 7, 2013, 7:00 p.m.
Location: Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church, 2261 Walton Way
* “Most certainly, never will Allah change the condition of a people until they change what is in themselves.” (Surah Ra’d Ayah 11)
Conducted by: Sadatullah Khan
Chief Editor, Islamic Voice Bangalore
* Build better relationships with your spouse, parents, children and other loved ones
* Let go of the past and rebuild broken relationships
* Learn to overcome anger, fear and stress.
* Gain confidence and courage.May 3rd-5th, 2013 In shaa Allah
Roswell Community Masjid 345 Market Pl., Roswell, GA
Friday 7pm – 10pm (No Charge) Saturday 10am – 6pm
Sunday 10am – 6pm
to register please send an email to Iqbal Kalla at email@example.com
Saturday, May 4th, 2013 5:30pm
Radhika Subramanian, OBGYN from Doctor’s Hospital will speak on women’s Health issues FOR WOMEN ONLY.
Excercise, and Fitness Program:
Jackie and Victoria
from YMCA will start excercise classes this upcoming
Saturday in the ladies gym at 11:30am and end at 12:15pm
A panel discussion sponsored by the Interfaith Fellowship of Augusta will be held in the Islamic Community Center of Augusta located at 465 Old Evans Road, Martinez 30907. This event is open to the public to join us in open and respectful conversation.
The panel will consist of 6 representatives from different faith traditions.
6:45 Introduction by ISA; welcome from the president; reading from the Qur’an
6:55 Moderator; few words on the purpose of the evening
7:00 – 7:30: Panelists each present for 5 minutes on the following topics:
What is one key teaching from your scriptures about family?
Has this teaching changed over time?
How is this teaching interpreted today?
7:30 – 8:00: Questions and discussion
8:00 – 8:30: Refreshments and informal discussion. Moderator will ask everyone to find another person they don’t know, to eat and talk together.
8:30: Prayer time (attendees will be invited to prayer hall)
Please dress modestly.
The Islamic Society of Augusta joins several Islamic organizations and other people of good will in condemning terrorism and in the conviction that those responsible for the terrorist attacks in Boston must face justice.
Our condolences to the families of those who were killed in the bombing at the Boston Marathon and our prayers for the speedy recovery of those that were injured.
All religions teach us that the lives and the properties of all human beings are sacred. There is no justification for killing innocent people and harming them in any way under any circumstances based on any motive.
While we are outraged at the terrorists, we have been inspired by the unity of Americans of all backgrounds. We are a resilient people. Now that we know the identity of the perpetrators, this unity is ever more important. We will not turn on each other in the acts of false vengeance we have witnessed after other tragedies in the past.
We thank law enforcement for their diligent efforts to protect all our nation’s citizens. We also thank the people of Boston for their acts of courage and for their serious cooperation with law enforcement that helped in capturing the suspects.
We will continue to stand together as Americans to challenge all forms of violence and to use our resources to combat its roots through education and community service programs that bring people together for better understanding.
The Muslim Community Center of Augusta Fund-Raising Banquet
“Second Annual Human Family Reunion”
Keynote Speaker: Imam Ibrahim Pasha
Saturday, April 20, 2013 3:30 p.m-6:30 p.m
1014 11th Avenue, Carrie Mays Family Life Center, 706 821-2877
Ticket: Adult $50.00 / Under 18 Free
For further information, Please call Br. Sardar Yousufzai, 706 860-8992
Event: Mind, body and Soul by Women’s Rep. April 20th, 2013 (For Men and Women)
Event highlights: We will have Quran recitation and translation and hadiths, talk on mind body and soul, introduction and talk on men and women’s health, exercise and diet series, talk on angio screening, fund raising gourmet coffee and tea with health benefit, food and much more. Please see detail in upcoming women’s rep newsletter.
When: 5:30PM- 9:00PM, there will be a Maghrib prayer break
Where: Community Hall, Islamic Community Center of Augusta, 465 old Evans road, Martinez GA 30907
The Islamic Society of Augusta has been serving the needy in our community by providing meals at the Master’s Table. ISA’s next Soup Kitchen Day is April 28th, 2013. You are encouraged to participate as your help is needed.
Please contact Br. Saleem Salaymeh to volunteer. If you have questions or need more information call (803) 642-5688 or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org