May Allah bless you and your family with a deeper love for the Quran, Islam, and the world this Ramadan.
The Virtual Ramadan Experience
Our goal is to bring the spirit of Ramadan to you whilst you stay safe at home. Join us for our Nightly Ramadan Programs. This includes daily Quran recitation, commentaries from a diverse range of commentators, Isha, and Taraweeh prayers.
Join us for Suhoor Spiritual Mornings on Saturdays and Sundays throughout Ramadan. This will be for one hour before suhoor. These spiritual mornings will last 45 minutes.
We encourage the youth to participate in Youth Spiritual Nights with MYG on selected Saturdays. On Fridays and Saturdays, have your children participate in our Quran Recitation program. There is something for everyone!
We will continue to have our Friday khutbas live-streamed from the Center during Ramadan. Even though our doors can not be open to the public right now, we hope you can join our live-stream on Facebook and our website!
Whether you’re paying your Zakat al-Mal, Zakat al-Fit ($15/pp), or Fidya, we will use your contributions to help those in need. ICSC is a Zakat-eligible organization.
Join us for virtual Eid al-Fitr prayers Sunday, May 24. Takbeerat will begin at 8:15 AM followed by the prayer/ khutba (Hassan Zeenni) at 8:30 AM and Eid social at 9:30 AM.
Food Pantry + Community Assistance
This Ramadan, we are highlighting our priority – OUR COMMUNITY. The ICSC food pantry has grown to serve 160 people/week, feeding over 2000 people/month. The food pantry is open every Saturday from 9:30 – 11:30AM at the back parking lot. We encourage those who need access to the Food Pantry to arrive by 11:00AM. We have taken precautions to ensure that everyone involved is safe and is 6 feet apart from each other in line.
If you have recently lost your job, in need of assistance, or are unable to leave your home because you belong to an at-risk group, the ICSC can facilitate the critical delivery of groceries, household items, and vital necessities. Please contact us at email@example.com or call us at 213.382.9200.
April 23, Juz 1 : Hassan Zeenni
April 24, Juz 2 : Salam Al-Marayati
April 25, Juz 3: Gasser Hathout
April 26, Juz 4: Edina Lekovic
April 27, Juz 5: Aziza Hassan
April 28, Juz 6: Najeeba Syeed
April 29, Juz 7: Jihad Turk
April 30, Juz 8: Eba Hathout
May 1, Juz 9: Salam Al-Marayati
May 2, Juz 10: Gasser Hathout
May 3, Juz 11: Maryam Qudrat
May 4, Juz 12: Omar Ricci
May 5, Juz 13: Najeeba Syeed
May 6, Juz 14: Laila Al-Marayati
May 7, Juz 15: Waffa Abu-Hajar
May 8, Juz 16: Salam Al-Marayati
May 9, Juz 17: Gasser Hathout
May 10, Juz 18: Aziza Hassan
May 11, Juz 19: Hassan Zeenni
May 12, Juz 20: Eba Hathout
May 13, Juz 21: Jihad Turk
May 14, Juz 22: Edina Lekovic
May 15, Juz 23: Salam Al-Marayati
May 16, Juz 24: Gasser Hathout
May 17, Juz 25: Laila Al-Marayati
May 18, Juz 26: Hassan Zeenni
May 19, Juz 27: Edina Lekovic
May 20, Juz 28: Jihad Turk
May 21, Juz 29: Maryam Qudrat
May 22, Juz 30: Hassan Zeenni
Other ways to give:
- Text ICSC to 41444
- Mail a check to 434 S. Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90020
- Download the Feeling Blessed App
- Create a Facebook Fundraiser
- Join our Monthly Giving Program
Purchase Your Dates Today!
Coronavirus can’t stop Ramadan, and Insha’Allah we will enjoy this most blessed of months in good health and faith, albeit differently this year. And this Ramadan, the ICSC has an amazing opportunity. The ICSC has partnered with a local Muslim owned business called Nature’s Anthem. Nature’s Anthem is a date farm in Coachella Valley that grows and sells Medjool dates. We have partnered with them to offer dates to you, your loved ones, or as gifts that can be shipped to your home or anywhere in the United States.
For every box purchased using the “ICSC” code, $5 will be donated to the Islamic Center up to $50,000! This is an amazing opportunity to help your Islamic Center in a difficult time. But the matching donation is only good until the end of Laylat al-Qadr, so please start buying your dates today!
A Prophetic Lesson
A man asked the Messenger of God (PBUH), “Which Islam is best?”
Prophet Muhammad said: “To feed the hungry and to greet with peace those you know and those you do not know.”
(This hadith was reported by Abdullah ibn Umar, hadith source: Sahih Bukhari 28, Sahih Muslim 39)