AsSalaamu ‘Eleikum wa Rahmatullah! (Peace and Mercy of God be to you!)

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Published in: on October 13, 2008 at 9:30 pm  Comments (3)  

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  1. Saturday, June 6, 2009 was second annual Family Day at Masjid Al-Momineen. It was a beautiful sight to see with so many happy faces of children, parents and elders. The Masjid volunteers in green shirts were helping, assisting, cleaning and serving, while the Security in Gold were guiding traffic and keeping the premises secure, and the management in blue were making sure that all activities are in their designated area and all responsible carry out their work with due diligence.

    The hustle and bustle in and around the tent was soaking in lots of fun and the joy of the day’s festivities. Thanks to sister Nisa and sister Sumaira, the sisters’ area was busy with many activities of arts and crafts, face painting, hair barding, knowledge completion, supports, laughing and giggling and many fun things that went on all day.

    Thanks to sister Janna, this year children pony rides were a hit. Children lined up and waiting to ride the little horse and the big one was a joyous sight in itself to see. A seesaw of pulling and falling of either side in the Tug of war was no less fun either. Oh, there were so many different kinds of foods to try. You could not have gotten, Pakistani, Briyani, Somali rice, Samosas, Pakoras, cold cut Turkey, beef salami and all kinds of sweets, popsicles and ice cream sandwiches on the same counter any where else. Any item you got was delicious.

    Masjid was full at the time of noon prayers. Words of wisdom by Imam Siraj, Imam Furqan and Imam Muhammad were heart filling. Their advice to Muslims to inculcate love and understanding in daily life as family members at home and in the society at a large was of great benefit to the listeners.

    All in all, the Masjid Al-Momineen’s second annual Family Day was safe, secure and full of joy for all participants.

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