~ MCC In Action ~
There has never been a more pivotal time than now to cast your ballot!
The Multicultural Center strongly urges everyone to ensure you are prepared to exercise your right to vote in this critical General Election.
Below is important voter information to help you do just that.

  • Voter Resources: To register to vote, check voting status or to find out what's on the ballot in the General Elections, visit vote411.org. For all other voting information in Harris County, visit harrisvotes.com

  • Ballot By Mail: For all US voters 65 or older, voters going out-of-town during the election, or those who are sick or handicapped, please apply for Ballot by Mail NOW. You can download the application at harrisvotes.com

  • Election Workers Needed: There is a massive shortage of poll workers for this upcoming General Elections that must be filled. In the State of Texas, the minimum requirements to be eligible for appointment as an election worker/clerk are that the applicant must be a U.S citizen and a qualified voter of the county they reside in. THIS IS A PAID POSITION. In Harris County, you get paid $17/hour. You get paid for the training too. High school students 16 years of age and older may serve as election clerks in Texas elections. High School Election Clerks must attend training, are paid for their service, and receive an excused absence from school. For more information and application, here is the link: harrisvotes.com/ElectionWorkers

  • If you are in need for mail in ballots, but cannot travel to receive one for whatever reason, please contact Br. Mohammed Nasrullah at bigmomkn@yahoo.com, and he will deliver them to you personally.
Join the Scouts!
If you're looking to burn some calories and increase your heart rate all while serving your community, WE WANT YOU!!!
The Multicultural Emergency Response Intervention Team (MERIT) is looking for strong and determined volunteers to pack food boxes, serve and distribute non-perishable foods donated by The Houston Food Bank to needy community members and their families.
Every Sunday
Packing 10AM-1PM
Distribution 1PM-3PM
Call Hamza at (832) 481-4004 for more info.
Friday Virtual Youth Night
The Multicultural Center Presents
Virtual Youth Night
Friday, September 11th
Every Friday Night
Virtual Only from 8:30PM to Isha
Topic will be a "Our Relationship With Our Parents"
with Sr. Sarah Radwan
followed by a game of Kahoot
Prizes will be Amazon Gift Cards
1st Prize- $25
2nd Prize- $10
3rd Prize- $5
Tune in at zoom.us/j/3433041707
Password: akhlaq
First LEGO League Junior & Senior '20-'21
Calling on all future builders and engineers!!
The MCC is beginning FIRST LEGO League classes for inspiring young engineers in August.
Classes will be split into two groups:
It’s never too early to discover STEM. FIRST LEGO League Junior is designed to introduce STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) concepts to kids ages 6 to 10 while exciting them through a brand they know and love − LEGO®.
Guided by adult coaches and FIRST® Core Values, students build models using LEGO® Education
WeDo 2.0 and create Show Me posters to present what they learned. The program focuses on building interest in STEM through a real-world challenge – to be solved by research, critical thinking, and imagination. 

FIRST LEGO® League Senior introduces young people, ages 9 to 16 (grades 4-8), to the fun and excitement of science and technology, while building self-confidence, knowledge, and valuable career and life skills. The program challenges students to think like scientists and engineers. Alongside adult coaches and mentors, teams solve problems and learn engineering concepts, presentation techniques and programming. FIRST LEGO League was created through a partnership between FIRST® (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) and the LEGO® Group. 

To Register your child, please contact Tamer Mansour at (832) 425-6182
or through email at tmansour5@gmail.com
Word by Word presented by Sis. Mona Islam
Word by Word
Reading the Meaning of the Quran
Monday through Thursday
From 4:30pm to 5pm
Zoom Link: zoom.monaislam.com
~ Upcoming Events ~
MCC Arabic Class for Kids Lv.1 Starts Sept. 16th
For More Info, Contact Sis. Lina at linaa.abuayyash78@yahoo.com
MCC After-School Tutoring Begins Sept. 14th
Need help with that pesky assignment?
Sign up for MCC After-School Virtual Tutoring
Lead by our Award-Winning Tutor/Mentor with over 10 years of experience
Br. Abdullah Najjar
MCC After-School Virtual Tutoring
For More Info, Contact Br. Najjar at (832) 846-4172
~ MCC Services~
Mercy Clinic Free COVID-19 Testing Site
The Mercy Clinic, in partnership with the Harris County Department of Health, has now become a testing site for the COVID-19 virus.
If you, or someone you know, would like to get tested, please visit us
Every Tuesday-Saturday
The Multicultural Center is continuing our critical service of providing food for hungry families in our community.
Goods Drive-Thru
Every Sunday
From 1pm to 3pm
For more info, please call (832) 481-4004
The Mercy Clinic Opens This Sunday
The Mercy Center is NOW SEEING PATIENTS!
We are officially opening back up and starting operations
for health screenings.
Every Sunday from 10AM to 12PM
No Insurance or Appointment Needed!
If you have any questions, please call
1-(855) 916-3729 or 1-(855) 91MERCY

The Pearl Center Wants to Host Your Wedding
Book your Beautiful Wedding Today!
The Pearl Event Center is now open
Call us at (281) 241-7742 to book or schedule a visit today!