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Riyadh Us Saliheen Wednesday Nov 23rd  after Isha
NO SEERAH this Friday.
ICGC Office will be closed on Thursday Nov 24th
No Senior Social on Friday Nov 25th
NO Sunday SCHOOL on November 27th

A Note for the Community :

We would love to see your kids at the Masjid as they are our future. Due to holiday we are expecting large crowed we would encourage you to take them to the Gym if they are not praying.  So that you pray in peace:) 
There will be  free babysitting for both juma'ah on Novemebr 25th

A Good Speaker is coming to your city:
We are delighted to have Imam Wisam Sheriff present Quranic Supplications on 
Fri, Dec 2 from 6 - 9 pm. 
To register, please CLICK below.

Dear Friends, Neighbors and Colleagues,

We would like to offer a sincere thank you to about 300+ of you that came to the first "Know Your Neighbor" event Sunday 11/20 evening. It was heart warming, educational and so representative of the "America we all know and love" as beautifully put by one of the attendees. It was an honor to host you and we learned as much from you as you learned from us. If there is anything that we can do to further our understanding of one another and work together for the sake of all Americans, please do not hesitate to contact us.

In the News:


Is This Your 1st Year in Cincinnati? 
to the community! 
If you recently moved to the Cincinnati area, we would like to meet you and your family.  Come and have tea with us and make new friends!
New Families Tea Social
Sunday, December 11th  
11:00 am - 1:00 pm; 
Community Room (in Gym)
 Community Ideas

ICGC YOUTH SOCCER PROGRAM - Information Session  Sat, Dec 3rd (2:30 pm) in Mirror Hall We plan to start a youth soccer program in  Spring of 2017 
for boys ages 7 - 18 in three groups:
  1. Pee Wee
  2. Junior
  3. Senior

This session will provide you an overview of the program with frequently asked questions.

This will also provide an opportunity to those that are interested in helping out (volunteering, coaching).

Spring Umrah with Sheikh Hossam Musa

March 25-April 2, 2017 -  To Register: 
or call: Gihan 1-212-725-2022 ext102
Please share the news with your friends and family.
Juma'a Times

1st Juma'a - 1:15 pm
Rizwan Ali
Rizwan Ali is currently the Religious Director of the Islamic Center of Naperville. He also teaches high school Islamic Studies, at the College Preparatory School of America (CPSA).  
2nd Juma'a - 3:00 pm
Jawaad Abdul Rahman

Iqama Times
Fajr: 6:45 AM
Dhuhr: 1:00 PM
Asr: 3:30 PM
Maghrib: Sunset
Isha: 7:30 PM

NO Weekend School 
Language:  10:00-11:00
R/Q Classes: 11:00-2:00
Break:   12:25-12:40
Zuhr Prayer: 2:10-2:30
Ongoing Activities

No Senior Group this Friday
Fridays  2:00-3:00pm
Community Room

Youth Group Meeting
Friday,   After 2nd Jumma 
Community Room

Family Fridays with 
 Imam Shaikh Hossam
Every other Fridays  After Isha

MGTC  Girls Teen Club

Alzaharwat Girls Club
Saturday  3:00-6:00pm
Only for girls already pre-registered

Youth Development Program

New Muslim's Group
Sundays 12:30 - 2:00pm
Inside the Education Building  

BDC  Boys & Dads Club
Sundays  2:00 - 4:00pm
Community Center 

Kids Quran Program
Session ends November 2
Mon & Wed 5:00-6:30pm
(Friday is make up day)

Men's Basketball
Monday & Wednesday
6:30 - 8:30 pm, GYM 

Tuesdays & Thursdays
5:00 - 7:00 pm, GYM 

Riyad Us-Saliheen with Shaikh Hossam Musa
Wednesdays  After Isha

Math Tutoring
H.S & middle school students

Please contact th e class organizer before attending a class to complete any registration requirements and check if space is available . Email addresses are listed with each class/activity.

 Job Op portunity:
Rahma Refugee Services Coordinator

Rahma Community Services is a social service initiative of Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati (ICGC). Rahma provides support services in the following areas:
Family Sustainability, Health & Care Support, Counseling & Domestic Violence, Social Support
 We are looking for a Refugee Services Coordinator, responsible for providing direct & indirect support services to refugee families in the Greater Cincinnati area. The primary role of this position is to provide assessment, planning, linkage, coordination, monitoring, evaluation & advocacy to the refugee families, mentor families and relevant case staff and volunteers. This is a part time (25 hrs/week) contractual position with salary commensurate with experience & education.

If interested in applying for this position, please email resume to Samira Jaweed Rahma Program Manager at

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YDP  Announcements

YDP Sweatshirt Fall Collection

YDP fall sweatshirt line is now available to purchase! 
Hoodies are "fitted" so if you wear a large, X-Large might be best.  These are designed to reflect Islamic concepts with a universal theme. Our goal is that not only YDP members purchase them, but everyone in the family buys one.  100% of proceeds supports YDP activities. Thank you for all of your support! Please order ASAP!

Please see the video for the RASKALS Project. Our youth did fantastic job
Renew your IEC Membership
For those who pay yearly we would like to encourage you to renew your membership at the Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati at this time.

Don't forget about the option for monthly automatic deduction from either a checking account or credit card which makes paying your dues even easier and will automatically renew every year. For your convenience, you can pay your membership dues by credit card over-the-phone 9:00am-3:30pm M-F at 513-755-3280. CLICK HERE to download the renewal form

Not a Member?
Become one now!
* Flexible dues so that everyone can afford Membership
* Sunday School Discounts
* Hall Rental Discounts 
* Eligible to Vote & run for ICGC Executive Board
* Reward from Allah * 
* For your Sadqa-e-Jariya
Are You Looking for a Job?                Rahma Counseling Services                 

Islamic Center In The News

Every community has a narra tive.  Either that community controls the narrative or the narrative cont rols the community.   Now more than ever the American Muslim community has to take control of the narrative. This can only be achieved if as a community we are building bridges and inroads with media.  Media outlets want to cover stories and do pieces that people are interested in. They want viewers, readers, comments, and discussions.  It is critical that as a community we are more visible and more vocal in the media.
We have been blessed for wide and positive coverage of the Center.  When there is positive coverage we must all give feedback and acknowledge and appreciate the work of the media. Please take a few minutes to review the media links and give positive feedback where you feel comfortable.
Nadeem Quraishi
ICGC Communications/PR Initiative