Friday, August 9, 2019

Eid Al-Adha 2019

Eid-ul Adha will be held at The Mosque Cares Sunday August 11.  Looking forward to seeing you all! 




Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Congratulating Dalilah Muhammad!

Join The Mosque Cares in congratulating Dalilah Muhammad on setting a new world record in 400 hurdles at U.S. Outdoor Championships • Alhumdullilah! We are very proud of her and stand with her and her family in celebrating her success. We were honored to have Sister Delilah as a speaker during the 2018 Annual Muslim Convention Public Address • Click to view her comments  May Allah bless her with continued success.


2019 August First Sunday Community Program

Councilman Imam Alfred Mohammed will be traveling to Chicago this Sunday for his Public Address “Saving Our People” at The Mosque Cares in East Hazel Crest, IL 
(929 West 171st Street) • All Public are welcome


Thursday, July 4, 2019

New World Patriotism Day Celebration July 7th

Join The Mosque Cares Sunday July 7th to celebrate New World Patriotism Day.  The event is free but donations are welcome https://www.paypal.me/TheMosqueCares 

This annual tradition established by Imam W Deen Mohammed began July 1977.  "Patriotism as we know, is an element in the social life of all people and we are all patriotic. The element of patriotism is always with us, but patriotism changes for us and sometimes we don't see or we don't identify the new patriotism. The old patriotism is still with us in our conscience so we don't identify the new patriotism. What I mean by New World, is the unfolding or revealing of something that was with this country when the Founding Fathers wrote the Constitution. That desire for a world wherein all the good human aspirations would be respected by the nation and by the people of that nation, and that no one would be denied the free expression of his noble human aspirations and he would be able to pursue those aspirations.  That kind of environment doesn't come until moral freedom comes. That is, when people are able to express freely what they feel in their moral sentiments. This, to me, is the greatest difficulty for a society; to let the moral goodness just come out freely from all of the people. And I believe that the hurdles that we have come over; the hurdles of racism and now materialism are now dying. Materialism and racism are still in the world, but I believe the "spirit" of the American people now is not racist and is not materialistic, and I am sure that what we are coming into now is the New World. That world that the founding fathers anticipated; the New World that is suggested in the lines of the Preamble to the Constitution that says that "All men are created equal and are endowed with unalienable rights." This concept of man and the concept of the State being a State under G-d a state respecting G-d is really a way of saying or a way of expressing something else. That is, the need for the proper respect for individuals, for each and every individual regardless to his moral, religious persuasion; the respect for each individual. And when we see all beings as the creation of one G-d, and a nation and its people accountable to a G-d, then in that kind of thinking we have respect for each individual. We have a kind of sacred respect for each individual. By New World we mean trying to help that spirit come to birth that has always been in the country. It is in the Constitution and it always has been in the country, but it has been overlooked and ignored, and even suppressed.  And now, I see the climate is right for the rebirth of this kind of respect for human beings, a sacred respect for human beings, for human life, for human aspirations." Imam W. Deen Mohammed




Thursday, May 30, 2019

The Mosque Cares Mourns the Passing of Imam Qasim Ahmed

Ramadan Mubarak!

With heavy hearts, the Ministry of Imam W Deen Mohammed [The Mosque Cares] mourns the passing of our dear beloved Brother, Imam Qasim Ahmed. We ask you to join us in making a special Ramadan dua for him. May Allah SWT shower him with His Mercy and Forgiveness and grant him Paradise; may He the Exalted grant his family patience and endurance.

Imam Qasim, student and friend of Imam W Deen Mohammed has traveled from coast-to-coast teaching Al-Islam his entire adult life. He is the highest viewed Imam in our association on The Mosque Cares YouTube channel, second only to Imam W Deen Mohammed.  He is a popular guest speaker at The Mosque Cares Convention; we feel Allah favored us, as one of his last public addresses before the community of Imam W Deen Mohammed was at The Mosque Cares First Sunday program. As you know, our leader and teacher Imam W Deen Mohammed's last public address was also at The Mosque Cares First Sunday program.

Janazah prayer will be offered at Masjid Warithud-deen Mohammed [Houston, TX] this Sunday at 10 A.M.

Monday, May 27, 2019

Thank You! Ramadan Session 2019

As Salaam Alaikum, Ramadan Mubarak!

The Ministry of Imam W Deen Mohammed wants to thank all of the Ramadan Session presenters, attendees and supporters!  Thank you for supporting the vendors in New Africa Marketplace.   CLICK HERE TO VIEW PHOTO GALLERY

The Mosque Cares sponsored Ramadan Session was established over 25 years ago by Imam W Deen Mohammed.  This year's intensive study weekend focused on a theme of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH): The Leader for the Modern Times.   During the three days, attendees heard informative and exhilarating presentations which inspired a frenzy of side conversations. We witnessed presenters speak on Allah’s signs which were shared in such an eloquent and beautiful manner, the entire room was on their feet with cheerful joy and giving hugs and expressing their love and joy of Allah and His Messenger on the occasion of the session.

For the Ramadan Session, WDM Publications released three digitally remastered titles from Imam W Deen Mohammed's catalog (H194, H195, H196) and a second edition booklet on The Schemes of Satan.

With your support, The Mosque Cares continues this annual tradition with a goal of sharing Imam Mohammed's deep insight into scriptural language.  The Ramadan Session has continued to mark our focus on spiritual growth and development as we seek to understand our most sacred obligations as Allah's highest creation. 
We thank Allah for the opportunity to serve, and pray Allah continues to inspire and motivate us.  
** program video will be posted soon Insha Allah

Monday, May 20, 2019

Ramadan Session Starts This Friday

Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) the Leader for the Modern Times

 

The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Whoever does a voluntary good deed during this month [Ramadan], it is as if that person performed an obligatory good deed at another time, and whoever performs an obligatory good deed, it is as if that person performed 70 obligatory good deeds at another time.”

 

As Salaam Alaikum to you and your family,

 

Ramadan Session 2019 is this weekend May 24-26th. The session will be held at The Mosque Cares, 929 W 171st Street, East Hazel Crest, IL 60429. Have you registered? The Mosque Cares' operation and charitable works depends on you. We hope to see you there, but if you are unable to attend please donate. Your donation shows support for The Mosque Cares' steady perseverance and commitment to service. We urge you to consider donating $100 (registration amount), or whatever you are able. Visit the official site RamadanSession.net. We look forward to seeing you there.

 

"Fasting is prescribed for us mainly to bring us closer to G-d. In fact, everything that we practice in Islam is to bring us closer to G-d but fasting also is to open up our hearts to give in charity. So, fasting comes to really support zakat. G-d says give in charity. Fasting is going to help us to be prepared to give in charity more, by teaching us to love fasting and to fast for G-d." Imam W. Deen Mohammed

Monday, May 6, 2019

Ramadan Mubarak!

May Allah bless all the Muslims with a successful Ramadan fast.  

Isha and Taraweeh Every Night at The Mosque Cares, 929 West 171st Street, East Hazel Crest, IL 


Eid Al-Adha 2019

Eid-ul Adha will be held at The Mosque Cares Sunday August 11.  Looking forward to seeing you all!