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Thursday, August 21st, 2014

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Fajr:calculating...4:50 am
Sunrise:calculating...6:20 am
Zuhr:calculating...1:10 pm
Asr:calculating...5:00 pm
Maghrib:calculating...7:50 pm
Isha:calculating...9:20 pm
Jumuah:1:00 pm

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1pm: Friday Prayer
Followed by social lunch (sold downstairs)


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Evening: Saturday Lecture Series (Weekly Khatira) after Maghrib Prayers. Please subscribe to our mailing list and facebook


followed by social community dinner downstairs (Potluck encouraged)


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Ramadan Greetings

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RAMADAN 1435 HIJRAH (2014 C.E.)

Schedule and Events

Untitled-1 “O you who believe, Fasting is prescribed to you as it was prescribed to those before you. That you may (learn) self-restraint.” Al-Qur’an 2:183  

 

Greetings for the blessed month of Ramadan!!

Yusuf Mosque will begin our Ramadan on the night of June 27, 2014. We will pray taraweeh on June 27th night and fast, starting Saturday, June 28, 2014.

 

How does the Yusuf Mosque determine the first day of Ramadan?

 

Yusuf Mosque follows the Fiqh Council of America in its fatwas on the timing of Ramadan and Eid. To understand their methodology of determining the first day of Ramadan, please click here.

Additionally, renown scholar Dr. Tariq Ramadan has written a beautiful article on the determination of the beginning of Ramadan. Please click here.

May Allah bring us all great baraka during this month!

 

Please see below the special events and activities organized by Yusuf Mosque relating to the month of Ramadan for the benefit of the community. We will be updating this page whenever new information is available in regards to the activities.

 

 

1. Daily agenda

2. Suhoor and Iftaar schedule

3. Daily Tarawih prayers

4. Daily Iftaar and dinner

5. Lailatul Qadr program

6. Khatam al-Quran

 

 

1. DAILY AGENDA

 

The program for the evening during the month of Ramadan is as follows:

 

 

1. Iftaar (breaking of the fast)

2. Maghreb Prayer

3. Dinner

4. Isha Prayer

5. Tarawih prayers

 

Please note that the weekly Saturday Community Event Series will be temporarily suspended during the month of Ramadan but will re-commence immediately after Ramadan.

 

2. SUHOOR AND IFTAAR SCHEDULE (subject to change)  

 

Day Ramadan Gregorian Fajr Sunrise Dhuhr   Asr Maghrib Isha
  Sat 1 28/6 3:26 5:10 12:48   4:52 8:26 10:11
  Sun 2 29/6 3:27 5:10 12:49   4:52 8:26 10:10
  Mon 3 30/6 3:28 5:11 12:49   4:52 8:26 10:10
  Tue 4 1/7 3:28 5:11 12:49   4:52 8:26 10:10
  Wed 5 2/7 3:29 5:12 12:49   4:52 8:26 10:09
  Thu 6 3/7 3:30 5:12 12:49   4:53 8:25 10:09
  Fri 7 4/7 3:31 5:13 12:50   4:53 8:25 10:08
  Sat 8 5/7 3:32 5:13 12:50   4:53 8:25 10:08
  Sun 9 6/7 3:33 5:14 12:50   4:53 8:25 10:07
  Mon 10 7/7 3:34 5:15 12:50   4:53 8:24 10:07
  Tue 11 8/7 3:35 5:15 12:50   4:53 8:24 10:06
  Wed 12 9/7 3:36 5:16 12:50   4:53 8:23 10:05
  Thu 13 10/7 3:37 5:17 12:51   4:53 8:23 10:04
  Fri 14 11/7 3:38 5:18 12:51   4:53 8:22 10:04
  Sat 15 12/7 3:39 5:18 12:51   4:53 8:22 10:03
  Sun 16 13/7 3:40 5:19 12:51   4:53 8:21 10:02
  Mon 17 14/7 3:41 5:20 12:51   4:53 8:21 10:01
  Tue 18 15/7 3:43 5:21 12:51   4:53 8:20 10:00
  Wed 19 16/7 3:44 5:22 12:51   4:52 8:19 9:59
  Thu 20 17/7 3:45 5:22 12:51   4:52 8:19 9:57
  Fri 21 18/7 3:46 5:23 12:51   4:52 8:18 9:56
  Sat 22 19/7 3:48 5:24 12:51   4:52 8:17 9:55
  Sun 23 20/7 3:49 5:25 12:52   4:52 8:16 9:54
  Mon 24 21/7 3:50 5:26 12:52   4:52 8:16 9:53
  Tue 25 22/7 3:52 5:27 12:52   4:52 8:15 9:51
  Wed 26 23/7 3:53 5:28 12:52   4:51 8:14 9:50
  Thu 27 24/7 3:55 5:29 12:52   4:51 8:13 9:49
  Fri 28 25/7 3:56 5:30 12:52   4:51 8:12 9:47
  Sat 29 26/7 3:57 5:31 12:52   4:50 8:11 9:46
  Sun 30 27/7 3:59 5:32 12:52   4:50 8:10 9:44

 

1.  Fajr means both Fajr Athan and Imsak (starting fast) and Maghrib means both Maghrib Athan and Iftar (breaking fast)

2.  The schedule was created using IslamicFinder.com website for Brighton, MA area (Calculation Method = North America; Juristic Method Standard)

3.  Visit website main page for monthly calendar for your area.      

 

3. TARAWIH PRAYERS

 

Taraweeh will begin immediately after ‘isha prayers. The timing of the ‘isha prayer can be found by clicking here. We will be praying 8 rakats every night. A 5 minute break will occur after the four rakats to give members a short break. After the 8 rakats, we will pray three rakats of witr with dua. Recordings of the Taraweeh prayers will be uploaded daily on the website.

 

Imam Abdurrazzag Al Elmselati will be leading the Tarawih prayers. He is originally from the city of Tripoli in Libya. He co-lead the Taraweeh prayers in 2013 at Yusuf Mosque.  

 

Isha and Taraweeh prayer times:

  • Jun 27 — Jul 08 : Isha at 10:20 PM followed by Taraweeh
  • Jul 09 — Jul 18  : Isha at 10:10 PM followed by Taraweeh
  • Jul 19 — Jul 27  : Isha at 10:00 PM followed by Taraweeh

 

 

4. DAILY COMMUNITY IFTAAR

 

Daily Iftaar and dinner is provided with the community’s sponsorship.Break your fast with the Yusuf Mosque family.   We invite our community members to bring their co-workers and neighbors for an iftar at the mosque during the month of Ramadan, in order to experience our faith and meet our community.Come together to have a discuss about the significance of this month and get to know each other.

 

The meals offered in the mosque’s lounge downstairs attract students, families and friends so they can reunite, socialize and pray together in the month of Ramadan.We need your financial support to make these blessed community gatherings possible.  

 

Please contribute to sponsoring the daily Iftar meals by visiting www.yusufmosque.com or by speaking to brother Masood at the mosque premises or calling him on 617–874-0487.No donation is too small. The donation targets of $1000 per day are based on our crowd experience from the past year.

 

5. LAYLATHUL QADR PROGRAM

 

Details to follow soon.    

 

6. KHATAM AL QURAN

 

Details to follow soon.