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|The month of Ramadan at EIC|
Iftar at the Masjid:
Ramadan provides an occasion to break your fast with family and friends at the Masjid. It is a valued tradition at Evergreen Islamic Center to offer this service to the community. It is an opportunity to meet the community, meet old friends and make new ones!
Please, join us with your families for iftar at the Masjid. Take a look at the details about the iftar sponsorship program.
Taraweeh will start right after Isha prayer. Please check our website for prayer times and Ramadan calendar.
- Taraweeh will be led by Hafiz Salim Molla supported by Hafiz Nizar Ben Hassine
- Hafiz Khan will give a daily summary talk on the Quranic verses recited during Taraweehat 9:30PM. Please, arrive early to benefit from the talk
- Hasan Z. Rahim will be sending out a daily e-mail summary of the Quranic verses recited during Taraweeh. Please, signup for our newsletter
- Babysitting will be provided
Be a good neighbor:
Islam has great respect for the mutual rights and duties of neighbors. It is critical that we remain mindful of our neighbors at all times and especially during Ramadan.
“And be good to the neighbor who is your relative and to the neighbor who is not a relative . . .” (Qur’an, 4:36)
Throughout Ramadan we see an increase level of activity at the Masjid. During the long days of summer, Taraweeh prayers will end late. We want to ensure that we are not disturbing our neighbors as we exit the facility. Remember noise tends to carry farther distance when the surroundings are quiet.
- Limit your socialization in the parking lot
- Please do not congregate in the parking lot after the prayers
- Keep your voices low as you walk out of the facility
- Parents: Kids are not allowed to play in the parking lot
Safety is always at the forefront for all the events and our top priority. This is a construction site; we want all our patrons to be aware of their surroundings at all times.
- Please pay close attention to the posted signs and no trespassing in blocked off areas
- Schools will be off so we expect lots of kids and youth to be present at the Masjid, be watchful while parking and driving through the parking lot during evening hours
- Park only in the designated areas and do not block space for emergency response vehicles
- Parents: Continue to remind your kids about the safety
To ensure that parking and traffic concerns remain under control, here are specific steps that we are implementing:
- We are hiring SJPD officers to monitor the traffic on Ruby Avenue and Tully Road and they will be guiding traffic
- Thank the fine police officers providing this service
- We will open up additional parking spaces inside the compound towards the back of the new building
- Familiarize yourself with the new parking areas
- Due to construction, portions of the parking lot will be closed as need arises
- We highly encourage everybody to carpool
- Keep parking spots open for people with disabilities, seniors and families with young kids
- Only park in designated parking areas
- Street parking
- Monitor street parking during Taraweeh
- Always park legally and never block access to a neighbor’s driveway
- Be aware and watchful of pedestrian traffic
- Plenty of parking is available on Murillo and adjacent streets
- Please park only in designated parking areas
Interested in volunteering:
EIC has a dedicated team of volunteers to support various activities.
- We are always looking for people to help out
- Please, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how you can help
UPDATE: During Ramadan – Fajr Prayer will be at 4:50AM
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