ICCA Sunday School

  The ICCA Sunday School program began on Sunday August 21st at 10:30 AM.. Sunday School is open to children and youth ages 5 and up.  Sunday School runs weekly from 10:30 AM-2:00 PM.

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Monday Qur’an Recitation and Memorization Class

Quran recitation and memorization class for children and youth runs every Monday  from 5:00 PM- 7:00 PM.

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Medical Clinic

A Medical Clinic, available free of cost for people who do not have medical insurance is available at ICCA.  The clinic is available every second and fourth Sunday of the month after Zuhr (2:00 PM) until 4:00 PM inShaaAllah.  Please pass the word to others who may benefit.

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Food Pantry

Food Pantry Open to All in Need

The ICCA has completed work on a food pantry for the hungry in the local community, Muslim and non-Muslim alike. If you need food assistance, call 678-516-2998 email info@iccatlanta.org or visit the mosque, preferably around a prayer time. The Food Pantry hours of operation are Monday (5:00 – 6:30), Tuesday (12:00 to 2:00), Friday (2:30 to […]

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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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Mayor Ed Johnson

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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Volunteers needed for ICCA’s Food Pantry

The ICCA has completed work on a food pantry that offers food to the hungry in the local community, Muslim and non-Muslim alike. Now we need dedicated volunteers, including families, to work at the ICCA pantry for distribution of food. Volunteers would be stationed at the pantry on assigned days/times. Whenever a family comes to […]

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Kroger Community Rewards – Quarter 3, 2016

The Islamic Community Center of Atlanta raised $ 31.57 from 18 households through the Kroger Community Rewards Program between March 1, 2016 and May 31, 2016. Thank you to all community members who participated and supported our masjid in this program.

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ICCA Offers Islamic Last Will and Testament Seminar

The Islamic Community Center hosted a seminar on Saturday March 28th about “Death & Dying” organized by the Islamic Speakers Bureau. Speakers presented important information about preparing for death, including the Islamic teaching that all Muslims who own property should complete a will & testament. Select Read More and click the link to download and […]

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Kroger Community Rewards Program – Registration

ICCA is participating in the Kroger Community Rewards Program for the fourth year.  You can register your Kroger Card online and select ICCA as the rewards recipient.  InshaaAllah the  masjid will benefit from every purchase made at Kroger. Even if you registered in the past, you must re-enroll every year beginning Aug. 1st.  Please enroll […]

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