| May 28, 2017
Fajr Iqamah: 52 Minute
|Fast Begins||4:49 am|
|Fast Ends||8:42 pm|
|Fajr||4:49 am||5:15 am|
|Zuhr||1:36 pm||2:00 pm|
|Asr||6:34 pm||7:00 pm|
|Maghrib||8:42 pm||8:42 pm|
|Isha||10:06 pm||10:25 pm|
Ramadan moon has been sighted at kennesaw, Ga
The Atlanta Muslim Community has organized a city-wide #Visit A Mosque ATL day on Saturday, March 11th , where area mosques will open their doors to the general public. Although most mosques are always open to the public, this is a chance for individuals and groups to enjoin in a casual setting with Muslims from their neighborhoods. Atlanta Muslim VAMD.
Saturday, March 11th, 3PM to 6PM
Our goal is to strengthen communication and understanding across communities and allow people of different faiths to get to know one another on a more personal level. We hope that this is one of many events that you all will join us in to help foster a sense of brotherhood and sisterhood in our communities. Together, we can encourage people of all faiths to learn more about each other and build relationships, which will ultimately strengthen our communities.
- Al-Farooq Masjid
- Al-Huda Islamic Center, Inc.
- East Cobb Islamic Center
- Gwinnett Islamic Circle
- Roswell Community Masjid
- Madina Institute
- Islamic Community Center of Atlanta
- Hamzah Islamic Center
- Allatoona Masjid and Community Center
- Atlanta Masjid of Al-Islam
- Islamic Center of North Fulton
- Islamic Center Duluth
- Islamic Center of Macon
- Islamic Center of Middle Georgia
- Masjid Umar bin Abdul Aziz
- Masjid Suffah of Kennesaw Georgia
Insha-Allah (God willing) Masjid Suffah will be participating in ‘Visit a Mosque Day’ on Saturday March 11th, 2016 between 3 PM – 6 PM.
This is an invitation to everyone! Please bring your families, friends and neighbors.
The masjid now has a digital prayer clock. The link to the website is display.masjidsuffah.com. You can add an icon to your desktop by heading to the website on your mobile device and clicking ‘add to home screen’.