Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati's  News & Upcoming Events
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PLEASE ACT NOW! LAST CALL!
Friday, 1/27 is  final deadline
ICGC Umrah Trip with Sheikh Hossam Musa
March 25-April 2, 2017
www.darelsalam.com/ICGC-umrah
Umrah Visa fee has been removed for all of those who have not performed Umrah in 1438H (Which is only during the past two months).


Muslim Girls Teen Club (MGTC)
Cake Wars!

Friday, January 27
5:00-8:00pm, ICGC Kitchen and GYM
Community adults and girls age 12 and up are welcome to come watch the fun!

Youth Spiritual Discussion "Bigotry and Becoming Ambassadors of Islam"
Friday, January 27
6:00-8:00pm, Mirror Hall
Guest Speaker: Alaa' Minkara 

After Fajr Breakfast
Saturday, January 28
Immediately following Fajr in the Gym

Come for Fajr Salat at 7:00am and stay for breakfast in the GYM. This is a great way to socialize and meet new people in the community.
 
We do need help with these breakfasts so contact Mojibur Rahman mojibur71@yahoo.com if you can help or have questions.
How to Handle Public Harassment

Saturday, January 28
11:00am-12:00pm, Mirror Hall

Calling All Volunteers
Saturday, January 28
1:30pm, Mirror Hall

Celebrate Diversity with Sunday Lunch

Sunday, January 29
After Sunday School and Dhuhr, GYM

Let's take advantage of the unique diversity of our community by experiencing different foods. Join us on  January 29 to experience Morocco. With the price of a regular lunch you get a variety of great food and a taste of this famous cuisine.  Please bring your whole family and enjoy lunch, while socializing with old friends and new ones.
If you have any questions contact Fatima Emlemdi 514-805-9643
Islamic Weekend School (IWS)
Islamic Quiz Bowl and Quranic Recitation Competition
Islamic Quiz Bowl
Written test for Islamic Quiz bowl for all the levels (starter, Elementary, Junior and Senior) will be held on coming Sunday January 22nd 2017 at 2.30 in Sunday school area. Written tests are for making the teams even. 

Quranic Recitation Competition
If your child has not turned in the Quranic recitation Competition form, please send it this Sunday January 22nd, 2017

For any questions, please contact  Tilat Rizvi, Vice Principal & Program Coordinator, 513-256-5868, Tilat.rizvi@cchmc.org
Gulame Asif, Principal, 748-9424 grasif@hotmail.com
Monthly Dinner & Seerah

Friday, February 3
6:00 Dinner
7:30 ISHA
7:45 Seerah
No cost but RSVP to: Online Eventbrite

Lessons from the Seerah with Dr. Foad
Sunday, February 5
12:30pm, Mirror Hall

Cincinnati Imams Collaboration Series

Saturday, February 11
6:00-10:00pm
Clifton Mosque
3668 Clifton Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45220
Questions? Call 513-221-4003

Open House at the International Academy
Sunday, February 26
11:00am-1:00pm
Questions? Call 513-755-0169

A Weekend with Sheikh Dr. Salah Al-Sawy

Friday & Saturday, February 24 & 25
Juma'a Times
1st Juma'a - 1:15 pm
KHUTEEB:
Sheikh Hossam Musa
 
2nd Juma'a - 3:00 pm
KHUTEEB:
Ashraf Traboulsi

On Fridays Asr is promptly at 3:45 pm


Are you looking for a new job?

Call 513-512-5801
Iqama Times
Fajr: 7:00 AM
Dhuhr: 1:15 PM
Asr: 3:45 PM
Maghrib: Sunset
Isha: 7:30 PM


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Islamic  Weekend School's Sunday Schedule
Language Classes: 
10:00-11:00
 
Religious/Quranic Classes:
11:00-2:00
 
Break:
12:25-12:40
 
Prep for Prayer:
2:00-2:10
 
Zuhr Prayer:
2:10-2:30


Weather Alerts


For notices regarding Int'l Academy and Weekend School closings/delays, due to inclement weather, please watch local channel 12 News or visit their website for updates: http://www.local12.com/weather/  

Ongoing Activities
Please contact the 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.

Friday Senior Tea
Fridays
Between 1st & 2nd Juma'ah
Community Room

ICGC YG
Youth Group Meeting
Friday, February 3
After 2nd khutba
Community Room

Dinner & Seerah with Sheikh Hossam
Monthly on a Friday

MGTC
Girls Teen Club
Friday, February 3
6:00pm

Alzaharwat Girls Club
Only for girls already pre-registered

YDP
Youth Development Program
Boys/Girls alternate Sundays
Gym
Choose a link below to Register:
New Muslim's Group
Sundays 12:30pm, Mirror Hall classroom

BDC
Boys & Dads Club
Sundays, 2:00 - 4:00pm
Community Center
NOW REGISTERING!

Kids Quran Connections
Session 16, Jan 9-Feb 15
Mon & Wed, 5:00-6:30pm
Community Center

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

Ladies Quran
Tuesdays
8:30am, Community Room

Riyad Us-Saliheen (weekly)
Wednesday, February 1
After ISHA inside the Masjid

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

Riyad Us-Saliheen with Sheikh Hossam
Wednesdays
After ISHA,  Masjid

Math Tutoring
High school and middle school students every Sat. 
ICGC's Spring Soccer Registration

ICGC's Soccer Spring session begins
March 2017
Boys 1st thru 12th grade - Register now!

Note, that we are not collecting payment at this time but just need a count by age to structure the program. You will need to make payment in February before registration is complete.
 
Also, we are looking to parents to help coach or volunteer. If you are able to, please check the options in the survey.
 
If you have more questions or need details, contact 

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!

counseling
Store Rewards that Benefit Your Masjid
Kroger:  Re-enrollment is required every year so even if you have signed up before please remember to re-enroll! The Masjid benefited from 60 families being enrolled last year!

Amazon: ICGC is identified on these websites as "Islamic Educational Council"
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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