2016 ICCA Ramadan Timetable

Ramadan Prayer Timetable

Ramadan Mubarak/Ramdan Kareem.  On behalf of the ICCA we would like to wish you and your family a blessed Ramadan.   May we make the most of this blessed month and may Allah accept our fasting, prayers and good deeds. Ramadan is expected to begin InshaAllah Monday June 6th.  If Ramadan begins Monday,  the first night of Taraweeh will […]

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“Meet Your Muslim Neighbor” Open Houses: First Tuesday of Every Month @ 7 pm

Fayetteville’s Islamic Community Center will host “Meet Your Muslim Neighbor” open houses on the first Tuesday of every month at 7 pm, God willing. We welcome and encourage our neighbors of all faiths and backgrounds to join us for these evenings of interfaith dialogue, including a tour of the mosque, a presentation about Islam, and a […]

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Update: Attend a Visit a Mosque Day on 1/23

Weather update: roads seem clear, so the ICCA will move forward with its planned Visit a Mosque Day interfaith open house today, Jan. 23, at 4 pm, God willing. If the weather prevents you from attending, feel free to email info@iccatlanta.org to schedule a visit at a different day/time.

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Ed Johnson, Fayetteville’s new mayor, visits ICCA

Ed Johnson, the first African-American elected mayor of Fayetteville, visited the Islamic Community Center on Tuesday, Dec. 22. During his visit, Mayor-Elect Johnson and community members discussed ways to promote greater civic engagement, charitable giving, safety, and educational achievement in Fayetteville.

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ICCA joins AJC ad signed by Georgia’s Muslim community

Readers who picked up a copy of Friday’s Atlanta Journal-Constitution found a surprise on page A15: a full-page advertisement from Georgia’s Muslim community. Signed by over 20 mosques and Islamic organizations, including the Islamic Community Center, the press release announced that American Muslims had raised over $100,00 for victims of the San Bernardino attack, and encouraged […]

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ICCA welcomes stranger’s act of kindness

A non-Muslim resident of Fayetteville dropped off a reassuring note with a donation at the Islamic Community Center on or about Dec. 8. The ICCA thanks the anonymous writer for her donation as well as her kind letter, which was written in the wake of the San Bernardino shooting and a rise in Islamophobia. “…I strongly believe that […]

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Taekwondo at Sunday school Activity Day

Sunday school students at the Islamic Community Center of Atlanta enjoyed a Taekwondo demonstration during their fun-filled Activity Day on Dec. 5. Local Taekwondo coach Eid Khoja, who has successfully trained many young Americans for the Junior Olympics, brought some of his best students to the ICCA for the demonstration. 

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Sunday school marks Islamic New Year 1437

Sunday school students at the Islamic Community Center of Atlanta celebrated the arrival of 1437, the Islamic New Year that marks the time since the Prophet Muhammad (may peace and blessings be upon him) and early Muslims escaped persecution in Mecca by traveling to Medina to form a new, monotheistic community. 

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Kroger Community Rewards

The Islamic Community Center of Atlanta raised $ 52.46 from 17 households through the Kroger Community Rewards Program between December 1, 2015 and February 29, 2016. Thank you to all community members who participated and supported our masjid in this program.

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Tea Party invites ICCA to deliver presentation on Islam

The Islamic Community Center delivered a presentation about Islam to Fayette County’s Tea Party on Aug. 25. Robert Ross, co-founder of Fayette County Issues Tea Party, invited the ICCA to speak after he and his wife attended the ICCA’s annual Ramadan Interfaith Dinner. Tea Party members listened to a presentation about Islamic beliefs and practices, […]

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