We wish you a Happy Rabi’ al-Awwal — the sacred month during which our beloved Prophet (p) both was born and passed away.
Please join us this Friday on October 29th @ 1pm Pacific to hear a lovely, heart-warming khutbah by returning Khateebah Sarah Nadeem who will reflect on the famous 93rd chapter of the Qur’an, Surah Duha, and how it relates to Our Prophet’s Perseverance.
After jumma’a prayer is over, we will connect with our khateebah through a live Zoom Q&A Discussion (RSVP required), where all the sisterly chats, interesting questions, and thought-provoking discussions take place. Don’t miss it!
Here is how this Friday’s online jumma’a will run:
- 1:00pm PST | Watch the khutbah & adthan on either our Facebook or YouTube page.
- 1:45pm PST | To accommodate differences of opinion on prayer, we ask everyone to pray on their own at home.
- 2:00pm PST | Participate with other congregants in our live Q&A Discussion with the Imam on Zoom (RSVP to receive password).
We look forward to seeing all of you this Friday, October 29th @ 1pm Pacific, inshAllah!
With Love and Gratitude,
The Women’s Mosque of America Team
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“And seek help in steadfast patience and prayer: and this, indeed, is a hard thing to do for all but the humble.” (Qur’an 2:45)
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Introducing Our October Khateebah:
Sarah Nadeem was born and raised in London where she practiced law, and moved to California with her daughter in 2012. Soon after, Sarah’s maternal aunt passed away, which instigated a deep shift in her attitude towards Islam and ultimately brought her deeper in her faith. She now occasionally composes and sings songs in praise of Allah, as well as recites and studies the Qur’an. She also supports and attends the New Muslims Group in Southern California. From 2012 to 2014, she worked with United Central Bank. In 2015, she worked at Helping Hand, a subsidiary of ICNA, where she raised funds for orphans and clean water. After passing the California Bar Exam, she now practices as an Attorney in Wills & Trust, Immigration, Employment, and Real Estate.
Join Our In-Person Team!
The Women’s Mosque of America is searching for both paid staff members as well as volunteer Board members to join us as we prepare for our in-person re-opening this January 2022, inshAllah!
If you would like to apply for any of our open positions, please read the job descriptions & submit your application here.