Rabi ul Awwal, 13th,1442 | October 30th, 2020

Weekly Newsletter

السَّلامُ عَلَيْكُم ورَحْمَةُ اللهِ وَبَرَكاتُهُ
Peace, Mercy, and Blessing of Allah be upon you all
Friday Oct. 30th:
Masjid Ar-Rahman
1:00: Sh. M. Zaghloul
Masjid Al-Noor
1:15PM: Sh. M. Elkadi
Iqama Times:
Fajr: 6:15AM
Dhuhr: 1:30PM
Asr: 4:30PM
Maghrib & Isha': 7:30PM
DOOR OPENS 15 min before iqama
Masjid Limited Re-Opening Guidelines


Capacity limit: 192 people
Khutbah starts at 1:00PM

Capacity limit: 50 people
Khutbah starts at 1:15PM

Only ONE Jummah prayer will be held and it is only for MEN/BROTHERS. The door will be OPENED at 12:30PM, and it will be CLOSED when the CAPACITY LIMIT IS REACHED or when the IQAMA IS CALLED, whichever occurs first. If you come after the door closed, you can still join and perform the prayer outside of the building.

If you decide to attend, PLEASE PLAN ACCORDINGLY AND READ CAREFULLY OUR REOPENING GUIDELINES through the link below. All community members are expected to abide by the requirements in the guidelines in order to enter the building. Our priority remains first and foremost safety for every member in our community. It is mandatory for everyone to comply with the guidelines, and it will be strictly enforced. Failure to comply will result in removal and potential closing of the masjid. We will be monitoring closely this update to ensure a full compliance with the rules, and reassess it after 4 weeks.

DISCLAIMER: The panel of infectious disease experts who have been advising us throughout this process continue to advise caution and recommend that we avoid praying congregational prayers at the masjid and keep the masjids closed. There is NO discussion about reopening the masjids at this moment. However, we have decided to reopen the masjids considering the following reasons:
1- Memphis City officials are still opening the City of Memphis.
2- Some community members pressure.
3- Other places of worship like churches, synagogues, and other masjids has been reopened.
As guidelines, the panel have provided us with guidance and recommendations on how to reduce the risk to our community if we decided to reopen. Our religious leadership has also advised that you are not obligated to attend congregational prayers at the masjid and still highly encourage our community to continue to pray at home. Please take this into account before deciding to attend.
Daylight Saving Time Ends
Sunday, November 1st at 2AM

Remember to set your clock back one hour before you go to sleep on Saturday 10/31!

NEW Iqama times
starting Sunday November 1st:
Fajr 5:30AM
Dhuhr 12:30PM
Asr 3:00PM
Maghrib 10 min. after sunset
Isha 7:30PM

Door will be OPENED 15 minutes before iqama for daily prayers
and the masjid will be CLOSED between prayers.
Student Highlights of the Month
مسلمة دادانوڤا
Muslima Dadanova is 10 years old and she has memorized Juz 29 and 30, and 7 pages of Surah Al-Baqarah

العمر عشر سنوات. تحفظ مسلمة جزء عمّ وتبارك و ٧ صفحات من سورة البقرة
نورسين ابراهيم محمد
Norsen Mohamed is 6 years old and she has memorized from Surah Al-Mumtahana to Surah An-Naas

 العمر ست سنوات. تحفظ نورسين جزء عمّ وتبارك وقد سمع الى سورة الممتحنة
This FREE online course will help Muslim teens to learn about Islam and other religions. Students will be able to communicate comfortably with their friends and draw them closer to Islam intellectually and inquisitively.

Program highlights:
  • 14 Week Beginner Level Course via Zoom
  • 1 Session per week (45 minutes), every Sundays
  • Age: 13 years and up
  • Led by Br. Mohammed Siddiqui

Program starts on Sunday, November 8th at 12PM.
Weekly Online Halaqahs

Please join us for a weekly program on Masjid Ar-Rahman YouTube Channel

Weekly Online Halaqahs
Every Wednesdays and Sundays at 6:30PM
with Sheikh Mohammed Zaghloul


Every Fridays at 6:30PM
with Sheikh Mohammed Elkadi
PLEASE Help Support
Masjid Ar-Rahman and Masjid Al-Noor
Please DONATE generously to cover expenses of Masjid Ar-Rahman & Al-Noor. May Allah SWT protect you and grant you Hasana.
(تبرعوا لدعم نفقات مسجديكم (مسجد الرحمن والنور

Donations/pledges can be made:
  1. Online: at the link below
  2. By text: Text your name and pledge amount [once or monthly] to 901-756-4794 and we will be in contact with you soon inshallah. You can also call 901-756-4794 Ext.1
  3. By Mail: 7906 Lowrance Rd, Memphis TN 38125 [Please write check to: IAGM Memo: Masjid Operations or Phase II]. Click here for pledge form

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