Today’s Prayer Timings
WHAT WE OFFER
Death is the destiny of every living thing and certainly every human being. Muslims look at this event with awe for it is a gate into Hereafter (Akhira).According to Islamic Sharia, taking care of the deceased is a collective responsibility (Fard Kifayah) of all Muslims as a community, i.e., if some members of the community assume the responsibility, the obligation is fulfilled, but if no one fulfills it then all Muslims are held accountable. Therefore, the community must take this responsibility seriously and some brothers and sisters must be trained in the essentials of care taking for the deceased and ready to help when death occurs.
Eliminate hunger in the NY Capital District Area by providing to the needy and poor, regardless of religion, with food and promote value of nutrition & increase self-sufficiency.
And by doing that, Muslim Food Pantry helps to ensure that food relief has a more meaningful, enduring impact and instill hope in our community as a whole.
The ICCD Muslim Food Pantry takes place every 2nd Saturday of the month from 11am – 1pm (timings & date subject to change due to holidays)
A. Minimum of 2 witnesses
B. Marriage license from the county in which the bride and groom will have their marriage solemnized.
– Marriage licence can be obtained from the county office where marriage will be conducted.
C. Contact: Either email firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 480-385-8240.