When Masjids do not welcome children, children will find other places to go. At the Masjid children often receive criticism for their noise, for how they dress, for playing basketball instead of praying Sunnah, and so on. In the schoolyard, children receive praise for their jokes, their clothes, and their athletic abilities. Where will our children prefer to spend their time?
It is likely that the current debate about Sharia will continue for a while. For that reason we suggest that your Masjid develop a one-year plan to address the issue in a multi-dimensional way. Here are a couple of suggestions.
Masjids are generally successful when it comes to fundraising, but there’s always a cause that needs sponsoring, along with maintenance of the mosque itself. To maximize your Masjid’s donations, here are a few tips.
Masjids do great work and are generally successful when it comes to rallying Muslims and generating funds for Masjid work and projects. But one thing that never changes is the constant need for funds. Luckily, Muslim communities tend to run on the generous side when it comes to spending on their Masjids.
As the single most identifiable Muslim institution, the mosque or Islamic center must become the hub of all things relating to Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him. Here are 9 ways to do that.
Plan to "upgrade" your Masjid in the coming year with ideas to reconnect to the community and make it the dynamic, including optimistic Friday sermons, a Muslim joke festival, a Facebook page, and a way to text donations, among other ideas.
When you are an Imam or a Khateeb, you talk. People ask a question, you talk. You perform marriages, you talk. You conduct funerals, you talk. However, it is good listening which will help us carry out our responsibilities. Here are some suggestions for better listening for Imams.
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