Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati (ICGC)

Adult Education

 

The Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati has many Educational Programs, which over the past year have included:

Ongoing Education Programs:

  • “Riyadh Us Saliheen”­ weekly Khatira (Wednesdays after Maghreb) with Imam Hossam Musa
  • “Family Fridays”­  with Imam Hossam Musa covering the Seerah of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)
  • “Lessons from the Quran”­ with Dr. BS Foad
  • Word to Word Quran Class­ with Uzma Siddiqui (Tuesday Mornings­ Ladies only)
  •  “Gems of Cincinnati- Imam Collaborative series” –  a collaborative effort between the Imams of Cincinnati and Dayton to meet together and share inspiration and knowledge
  • “Seerah & DInner with the Community”- monthly sessions for community to socialize and enjoy dinner/Seerah with Imam Musa; If interested in helping to sponsor these dinners please contact education@cincinnatislamiccenter.org

Guest Speakers:

  • Wisam Sharieff­ “Stand for One Night”­ a review of the Etiquettes of Prayer
  • Imam MA Azeez­ “Conversations with God­ Why do Pray”
  • Omar Osman­ “Social Media­ An Islamic Perspective”
  • Fisal Hammouda­ a youth session­ “Boundaries­ Gender relations in Islam”
  • Mufti Hussain Kamani­ “Legends of Abu Bakr”
  • Habeeb Quadri – “Parenting-Who Said it Was Easy?”
  • Sameera Ahmed- “What We NEED to know about Muslim American Youth”
  • In past years ICGC has hosted regional ISNA conferences, as well as speakers including Yasir Qadhi, Nouman Ali Khan, Usama Canon, Imam Mohamed Majid, Ambassador Ebrahim Rasool, Chris Blauvelt, Arthur Richards, Abdullah Waheed, Hamza Maqbul, Jamal Daoudi, and Naeem Baig

Ramadan and Dhul Hijjah Programs with Imam Hossam Musa:

  • “Recharge your Iman­ Ramadan Preparation” and the “Fiqh of Fasting”
  • “Virtues of the First Ten Days of Dhul Hijjah, the Fiqh of Eid, and Udhyah”

Please email education@cincinnatiislamiccenter.org if you would like to get more involved with the Education Team

ICGC is committed to bringing nationally recognized and respected speaker(s). Any views expressed, written, recorded, or communicated by the speaker(s) do not, in whole or in part, necessarily reflect the views of the Center, and are entirely the views of the speaker(s).


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