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Eid al-Adha Tuesday August 21st
Middle Ground is excited to announce that Eid al-Adha, in conjuction with Eid United, will be Tuesday, August 21st at the Pomona Fairplex Sheraton & Conference Center, Expo Hall 8. Takbirat starts 7:30. Prayer is at 8am. Parking is free with children’s activities and Eid gifts to follow, in Sha’Allah.
A Year With The Qur’an: many Muslims today struggle to read the Qur’an. This bi-weekly class offers an opportunity to explore the Book of Allah, its themes, its messages, chapter by chapter. Highly recommended for the whole family. Light refreshments will be served. Our next session will be March 2nd. Notes and audio from past sessions here.
Fajr Club: Saturdays at Middle Ground we pray Fajr in congregation and then have some food and refreshments. Iqamah Fajr this week 5:15am.
The Dr. Sherman Jackson Reader: This class discusses the various works by one of the top scholars of our time, Dr. Sherman Jackson. The class is currently reading/discussing his On the Boundaries of Theological Tolerance in Islam, as translation of al-Ghazali’s Faysal al Tafriqah. Saturdays, 7am to 9am. Notes and audio from past sessions here.
Understanding Islam: participants explore some of the finer points of Muslim spirituality and ethics while also being free to ask questions on any topic. This class is open to all and is also ideal for new Muslims. Sundays 7-8pm.
The front door code for entry is 1310 for the front and 1310* for the rear.
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Friday Prayer (Jumu’ah)
Every Friday Middle Ground offers Friday Prayer starting at 1pm.
The Middle Ground Podcast
This week’s khutbah
Our latest Middle Ground Podcast episode – Fajr Club – “What Is Secular Humanism”
Imam Marc & Objective Morality
and A Year With the Qur’an:
We look forward to seeing you at Middle Ground soon!