The Shura of Masjid Al Ihsaan wishes you all the best in this month and may Allah accept all of our deeds.
The time for Ramadan is here again, so once more we will be actively involved in Ibadat, or acts of devotion, including fasting, prayers, Taraweeh, late night prayers, Quran recitation, and other forms of worship. However, before we become too engaged in our Ibadat, let’s remember our larger goals for this month so that we can make the most of the coming days and weeks. Therefore, as part of our Ibadat and obedience to Allah this Ramadan, let us seek to improve our relationship with Allah by asking for His forgiveness and blessing, getting a broader perspective on doing good, striving to excel in all good acts, and making lasting changes in our inner and outer lives.
We are glad that you have decided to visit our mosque which is a place of worship for all Muslims. We welcome all who would like to visit and observe the daily prayers and participate in the daily activities at Masjid Al Ihsaan.
It is most appropriate to wear modest, loose-fitting clothes. For men, it is better to wear long pants, and for women to wear pants or full-length skirts or dresses, with long sleeves. Muslim women typically wear a headscarf as well.
It is appropriate to remove one's shoes before entering the prayer area at a mosque, so that the floors and carpets aren't covered with dirt--after all, that is where people pray.
Women offer prayers in a separate room that provides them privacy.
Muslims are supposed to be in a state of physical purification before making the prayer, which includes washing the feet. Muslims use this area to purify themselves before prayars.
They will join the prayer already in progress, and after the imam (leader of the prayer) has finished, they will complete what they missed.
Friday is the day of congregational prayers for Muslims--so a short sermon followed by a short prayer at the mosque in congregation is substituted for the regular noon-time prayer. The service begins with the call to prayer, followed by a lecture (rather, two short lectures with a brief pause in the middle). After the lecture (called a khutbah), another call to prayer called Iqamah is made and the congregation stands to follow the imam in the prayer.
A ringing cell phone is a distraction to any service at the mosque--please silence or power-off phones when entering the building.
If you need to talk to someone during the prayer (while you are not praying, of course,) please take the conversation outside the prayer area so as to not distract those who are praying.
If you are walking through the prayer area and come across someone who is praying, please walk behind, instead of in front of him.
LOCAL CEMETERY INFORMATION
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