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Saturday Night Lecture “Seerah of Prophet Mohammad SAW”

May 12th, 2015|0 Comments

Saturday Night Lecture “Seerah of Prophet Mohammad SAW”

Speaker: Mufti Muneer Akhoon

Please join us with Family…

Venue: Masjid Bab-al-Rahmah Fords, NJ
Date: May 16th 2015
Time: After Maghrib (8:08PM)
Dinner: […]

MCNJ Annual Fundraising Dinner May 9th

April 30th, 2015|Comments Off on MCNJ Annual Fundraising Dinner May 9th

Assalaam Alaikum Warahmatullah Wa Barkatahu,

Insha’Allah, the Muslim Community of New Jersey will hold its Annual Fundraiser at Masjid Al Wali


Guest Speakers:
Sh. […]

Quranic Arabic Course 101- From May 18th

April 30th, 2015|Comments Off on Quranic Arabic Course 101- From May 18th

Quranic Arabic Course 101

“If you ever wished to read translation free Quran, this is your opportunity !”

Please come and attend this beginner Arabic course (grammar […]

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This program addresses issues that Muslim families face in their everyday lives.  The program is led by Imam Asif Hirani or other renowned shaikh every week on Friday between Maghrib and Isha.  There is a question/answer session at the end of the program.
Imam Abu Fatima leads the class between 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm in the house adjacent to Masjid-Bab-e-Rahmat.  In a classroom format, the class is open for both brothers and sisters.
After Fajr every Saturday & Sunday – for about 40 minutes followed by the breakfast.
This program caters to those Muslims who have a desire to understand Quran in great depth.
MCNJ young sisters organize a YM program at MCNJ every Saturday after Zuhr salah.  The program is open to young sisters between the ages of 12 and 22.  The program includes a halaqa and activities such as trips to museums, art and craft, baking, cooking, etc.
MCNJ youth organizes this program to share and develop long term bonds among Muslim youth between the ages of 14 and 24.  The program includes a halaqa where Imam Abu Fatima and youth discuss various issues the youth encounter in their everyday life.  After the halaqa, youth play basketball and other games.


MCNJ Islamic Sunday School  is the largest Islamic Sunday school in New Jersey with over 300 students. Since its inception in 1994, it has provided Islamic education to diversified group of students. The school is committed to providing students with excellent quality Islamic education according to the Quran and the Sunnah, based on high moral and ethical values in an Islamic environment.
A program designed to provide Qur’an and Islamic Education for boys and girls ages 5-13. Masjid Bab-al-Rahmat is offering a unique opportunity for parents to provide the best Islamic education for their children. Maktab-e-Suffah presents an afterschool program perfect for students in elementary and middle school.
Apart from 5 times daily and Friday prayers
Alhamdulil’Allah MCNJ provides following other services: