Ramadan will begin on Thursday June 18 Insha Allah. 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.

Masjid Al Ihsaan which is located in the southern part of Miami-Dade County is open to all Muslims. The membership is multi-cultural, with Muslims from the West Indies, Asia, Middle East Africa and Europe making up the majority. The Board of Directors is representative of this cross section of our community. The 5 times daily prayers are offered at the facility and also Jumah prayers. There are additional activities which include Tafsir classes on the weekends after Fajr Salat, Friday Night lectures, Iftar during the entire month of Ramadan, Saturday School, matrimonial services, Sisters classes,  and special arranged classes to those making requests.

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Masjid's Activites

Thursdays after Isha:  Short Lecture

Fridays after Maghrib: Lecture and Dinner

Saturdays and Sundays after Fajr: Tafsir of Quran

Saturday Madrassah: 10 to 2 pm





Iqamah Times

FAJR 5:40 AM
ZUHR 1:45 PM
ASR 5:15 PM

8:25 PM

ISHA 9:30 PM

Today's Ayah

When a woman of Imran said: My Lord! surely I vow to Thee what is in my womb, to be devoted (to Thy service); accept therefore from me, surely Thou art the Hearing, the Knowing.

Surah 3:35

Today's Hadith

It was narrated from Ibn ‘Abbas that the Prophet (peace be upon him) said: “Whoever makes a vow and does not state it specifically, the expiation (for such a vow) is the expiation for breaking an oath. Whoever makes a vow and is not able to fulfill it, the expiation for that is the expiation for breaking an oath. Whoever makes a vow and is able to fulfill it, let him do so.”

Sunan Ibn Majah, Vol. 3, Book 11, Hadith 2209