Ramadan 2022 at American Muslim Community Centers is a time to reflect on our gratitude to Allah after two years of challenges due to the global pandemic. We will continue to move forward with strength and unity as we give back to our masjid. We are grateful to be serving iftar in person at AMCC, Alhamdulliah! AMCC has sustained the difficult period and has continued to provide services to support our community & its needs. AMCC established several food drives for the under privileged & partnered with Project Downtown to continue the efforts of feeding the homeless. Our collective success [...]
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In the name of Allah the most Beneficent, the most Merciful, and peace and blessing be upon the Blessed Prophet.Does throwing up break your wudu?Yes, throwing up breaks your wudu but there are certain things that we should know in regards to this matterFirstly, what constitutes throw-up that breaks one's wudu?Throw-up that invalidates one's wudu is throw-up that has reached a mouth full.Secondly, what constitutes a mouth full?Scholars mention a mouth full as being categorized as a throw-up that can no longer be maintained or held in the mouth except with great effort.For example, you feel nauseous and feel like throwing up so [...]
TEEN TALK AT AMCC HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Join us every SUNDAY on ZOOM to discuss current events & issues. Teen mentorship program where High School (Grade 9 & up) students interact & discuss on relevant current events & issues with an Islamic perspective. EXAMPLE TOPICS DISCUSSED IN PAST Work Ethic Education/Pursuit of knowledge Nutrition/Eating Healthy NOW Making the most of Free Time In order to join the discussion, please REGISTER your teenager by Friday evening.
Social Distance Policy Guidelines AMCC WILL BE OPEN FOR 5 X DAILY SALAH PRAYERS AND JUMMAH PRAYERS WITH THE FOLLOWING GUIDELINES Self Screen Everyday Must come in state of wudu Must wear a face mask or cover Bring your own prayer rug Stand 6 feet apart on marked spot with X Follow instructions from volunteers