Jun 28

Ramadan to begin Sunday June 29th

As salaamu alaikum,

The moon was NOT sighted today June 27th. Therefore, Ramadan will start on Sunday the 29th of June.

We will start praying Taraweeh tomorrow Saturday after Isha prayer at 10:15pm.

لم تتم مشاهدة الهلال الليلة.

رمضان سيبدأ يوم الأحد التاسع و العشرون من شهر 6.

صلاة التراويح ستقام ابتداء من الغد (السبت) الثامن و العشرين .

- ICNWA Masjid Committee.

Jun 27

Khutbah on Invocation and Supplications 6/27/14

The khutbah on Friday June 27th, (29th Sha’ban) will be on invocation/supplications (du’a). The book that will be used is Hisn ul Muslim (Fortress of a Muslim). Please find the links below to access it:

 

To read it in English online:

To download it in Arabic:

To Listen in Audio Arabic:

Jan 10

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Oct 21

Welcome

Northwest Arkansas is home to a strong and growing Muslim community consisting of Muslims of many ethnic backgrounds. Since 1994, the Islamic Center of Northwest Arkansas(ICNWA) has served the needs of this diverse group of Muslims in Fayetteville and the surrounding areas.

The Masjid holds five daily prayers seven days a week, including the Friday congregational prayer, Al-Jumu’ah. Also, the ICNWA holds Taraweeh prayers during Ramadan, and both Eid prayers.

ICNWA also runs a Sunday School that serves both children and adults. Here, students can learn Arabic, Islamic Studies and Quran. In addition, there are adult classes held weekly to discuss various Islamic topics.

Our community members take pride in being active in community events both in and outside of the masjid. Community service is a priority in Islam, and we strive to contribute in many ways. We always welcome visitors.

Northwest Arkansas is one of the fastest growing regions in all of Arkansas. The nearby towns of Springdale, Rogers, Johnson, Lowell, and Bentonville are all served by the ICNWA and have all seen increased Muslim populations.

Objectives:

  • To provide a place for Muslims to offer the five daily prayers and participate in other religious affairs.
  • To administer the religious affairs of the communty by following the Quran and Sunnah.
  • To convey the message of Islam and its teachings to Muslims as well as non-Muslims in Northwest Arkansas.
  • To strengthen the bonds between Muslims in the community.
  • To engage in community service through charitable givings, helping the needy and humanitarian efforts.
  • To promote better interfaith relationships through cultural and educational activities.