Sunday August 11th.
Takbeer 8:30 am
Eid Prayer 9:00 am
ISA members, please download the final revision to the proposed changes/amendments to the ISA By-Laws.
The By-Laws committee considered the comments, suggestions, and input provided by email and during three (3) special General Body meetings in developing these proposed changes.
The revised By-Laws are required to specify the relationship of the Augusta Science Academy (ISA’s Full Time School) under the Islamic Society of Augusta, as well as other changes including giving more representation to Young Adult ISA members. There are a number of changes and there is not a quick summary of changes. Please, read the entire By-Laws and be ready to vote on the proposed changes during the September 29th, election. Note, the ISA Constitution (first six pages of the document) have not been changed.
There are a number of changes and there is not a quick summary of changes. Please, read the entire By-Laws and be ready to vote on the proposed changes during the September 29th, election. Note, the ISA Constitution (first six pages of the document) have not been changed.
Election of BOT/EC Members and a vote on the revision of the ISA By-Laws will be held on Sunday September 29th.
The Islamic Society of Augusta joins other Muslim organizations in condemning a series of attacks on churches and hotels in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday that reportedly left more than 300 dead and more than 450 injured.
These savage attacks on Christian worshippers celebrating Easter Sunday and others in Sri Lanka are outrageous and despicable.
The Islamic Society of Augusta stands with our fellow citizens of all faiths in condemning such acts of violence wherever they take place, whomever they target, and whoever are the perpetrators. We join people around the world in saying, “Pray for Sri Lanka.” The Islamic Society of Augusta believes that we can work together to combat hatred through building bridges between faith communities and by promoting interfaith dialogue. ISA welcomes visits to our “Islamic Community Center of Augusta” by individuals and is pleased to arrange visits to or by other faith groups to increase mutual understanding of our shared values.