Ramadan Activities

The holy month of Ramadan presents the community with several spiritual, bonding and volunteering opportunities.

Ramadan Mubarak (“May Allah give you a blessed Ramadan”).

According to the Fiqh Council on North America (FCNA):

The first day of Ramadan 1443 AH will be Saturday, April 2, 2022

Therefore, Taraweeh Prayers will start on Friday evening, April 1, 2022

Please CLICK HERE to see a collective announcement on the start of Ramadan from Islamic Organizations in the Twin Cities that are following FCNA this year.

“اللهم بارك لنا في الأيام المتبقية من شهر شعبان، وبلغنا شهر رمضان هذا العام وأعواماً مديدة، وارزقنا صيامه إيماناً واحتساباً، ولا تحرمنا فضله، واجْعَل لنا نَصيباً مِنْ كُلِّ خَيْرٍ تُنْزِلُ فيهِ. 

O Allah, bless us in the remaining days of the month of Shaaban, make us reach the month of Ramadan this year and many years to come, grant us to fast in it for Your sake and anticipation of Your rewards, do not deprive us of its bounty, and grant us a share of every good that You send in it.

For additional information or questions regarding this Ramadan Announcement, please contact Br Mustapha Hammida at hmmd_mstph@yahoo.com.

Iftar, Ishaa and Taraweeh Prayers

  • Iftars will be held at the Masjid every Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.  Iftars are offered and sponsored by members of the community.  If you like to sponsor an Iftar, please, contact Br. Waseem Khan at 651-263-5531 or  wkhan675@yahoo.com.

The ETCIC will offer Ishaa and Taraweeh Prayers at the Masjid. 

  • Iqama for Ishaa Prayer 5 minutes after time of Ishaa.  
  • Taraweeh Prayer starts 20 minutes after time of Ishaa.

COVID-19 protocol update: The ETCIC 

  • Will continue to offer a section for Prayers while observing social distancing.
  • Recommends wearing a face mask while in the Masjid for Ramadan activities.
  • Asks if you are sick or anyone in your household is sick, please do not come to the Masjid even if your symptoms may not be typical COVID-19 symptoms.
  • Asks that persons over age 75 not come to the Masjid unless they are fully vaccinated.
  • Those coming to the Masjid understand and agree that they are coming to the Masjid at their own risk and the ETCIC, its Board or any of the volunteers cannot be held responsible for any issues including any health issues that may result to anyone directly or indirectly based upon visiting the Masjid.

Ramadan Kareem

Ramadan Kareem

Ramadan Mubarak (“May Allah give you a blessed Ramadan”).

According to the Fiqh Council on North America (FCNA):

The first day of Ramadan 1443 AH will be Saturday, April 2, 2022

Therefore, Taraweeh Prayers will start on Friday evening, April 1, 2022

Please CLICK HERE to see a collective announcement on the start of Ramadan from Islamic Organizations in the Twin Cities that are following FCNA this year.

“اللهم بارك لنا في الأيام المتبقية من شهر شعبان، وبلغنا شهر رمضان هذا العام وأعواماً مديدة، وارزقنا صيامه إيماناً واحتساباً، ولا تحرمنا فضله، واجْعَل لنا نَصيباً مِنْ كُلِّ خَيْرٍ تُنْزِلُ فيهِ. 

O Allah, bless us in the remaining days of the month of Shaaban, make us reach the month of Ramadan this year and many years to come, grant us to fast in it for Your sake and anticipation of Your rewards, do not deprive us of its bounty, and grant us a share of every good that You send in it.

For additional information or questions regarding this Ramadan Announcement, please contact Br Mustapha Hammida at hmmd_mstph@yahoo.com.

Iftar, Ishaa and Taraweeh Prayers

  • Iftars will be held at the Masjid every Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.  Iftars are offered and sponsored by members of the community.  If you like to sponsor an Iftar, please, contact Br. Waseem Khan at 651-263-5531 or  wkhan675@yahoo.com.

The ETCIC will offer Ishaa and Taraweeh Prayers at the Masjid. 

  • Iqama for Ishaa Prayer 5 minutes after time of Ishaa.  
  • Taraweeh Prayer starts 20 minutes after time of Ishaa.

COVID-19 protocol update: The ETCIC 

  • Will continue to offer a section for Prayers while observing social distancing.
  • Recommends wearing a face mask while in the Masjid for Ramadan activities.
  • Asks if you are sick or anyone in your household is sick, please do not come to the Masjid even if your symptoms may not be typical COVID-19 symptoms.
  • Asks that persons over age 75 not come to the Masjid unless they are fully vaccinated.
  • Those coming to the Masjid understand and agree that they are coming to the Masjid at their own risk and the ETCIC, its Board or any of the volunteers cannot be held responsible for any issues including any health issues that may result to anyone directly or indirectly based upon visiting the Masjid.

Eastern Twin Cities Islamic Center

12585 Hudson Rd S.
Afton, MN 55001
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651.200.3956

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