Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Join Us To Honor Our Believers In Uniform At The Annual Muslim Convention

#TMC4015 Roll Call for All Uniformed Muslim-American Military, Police, Firefighter, etc.

Join us Sunday September 6th during this annual program tradition at the 26th Annual Muslim Convention and pay tribute to our nation’s finest men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces, Police, Firefighters, and Others for their unwavering dedication and pride in fulfilling their obligation to serve and or defense our community and society.  All individuals currently serving and those who have served in the past with any of uniformed public service agencies are asked to stand with pride, be acknowledged, and photographed as a group at this year’s Convention.  Uniforms are highly encouraged and appreciated, but are not required for participation. 

All are welcome to come recognize OUR uniformed Muslim-American Patriots for their loyalty, selflessness and outstanding service to G-d and Country. This event, “U.S. Uniformed Muslim Public Servants (Believers in Uniform)”, will begin with a formal program featuring presentations from a special guests and select representatives of the various public servant interest which will be followed by general acknowledgement of all believers in uniform who are in attendance at this year’s convention.

Friday, August 7, 2015

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Annual Muslim Convention - Awards Banquet

Announcing the Annual Muslim Convention Awards Banquet! Spread the word and purchase your tickets today!

Friday, July 17, 2015

Ramadan Session 2015

As Salaam Alaikum,
Alhumdullilah!  We thank all of our Ramadan Session presenters, participants, attendees and supporters.  
This weekend, July 10-12, The Mosque Cares (Ministry of Imam W. Deen Mohammed) hosted the
Annual Ramadan Session under the uplifting theme, Researching our Faith For Implementation of Leadership. This event hosted during the Holy Month of Ramadan signifies our devotion to the study and glorification of Al Qu'ran.  
The Ramadan Session, an intensive study weekend held during the last 10 days of Ramadan was established over 20 years ago by Imam W. Deen Mohammed, founder of The Mosque Cares | Ministry of Imam W. Deen Mohammed.     
With your support, The Mosque Cares continues this tradition with a goal of sharing Imam Mohammed's deep insight into scriptural language.   The Ramadan Session has continued to mark our focus on our spiritual growth and development as we seek to understand our most sacred obligations as part of Allah's creation. 
We are working hard to preserve the teachings and life's work of Imam W. Deen Mohammed.  The Ramadan Session establishes leadership and improves community life for Muslims in America under the instruction of Qur'an, Sunnah and Imam W. Deen Mohammed's tafsir.  We are truly blessed to be alive in this time. We thank Allah for the opportunity to serve, and pray Allah inspires and motivates us during this Holy Month of Ramadan.

** program video will be posted soon Insha Allah

Jumuah and Eid Updates

Jumah Mubarak!  Join us today for Jumah Prayer at The Mosque Cares.

Friday, June 26, 2015

New World Patriotism Commemoration - July 5th

Ramadan Mubarak!

Join us to Commemorate New World Patriotism Day at the July First Sunday!

Quranic Arabic Instruction, Business class; Dawah Workshop, Iftar!  See you there.  

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Friday, June 19, 2015

Global Dawah Day

We NEED your participation. Join us tomorrow and submit your recipe during #GlobalDawahDay 


Last year, The Mosque Cares along with Muslims from 60+ countries across 6 continents participated in Global Dawah Day, making it one the biggest dawah days in modern history. 

This year’s campaign was designed under the slogan “Who Do You Love?” to share with the world why Muslims love Prophet Muhammad (pbuh).
With this in mind, we invite and encourage all faith-based people to submit a recipe during Global Dawah Day, June 20th - visit

Food is universal and brings us together.  Our Beloved Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said "Eat together and do not separate, for the blessing is in being together."

Juneteenth Observance

"All African Americans should know about this observance day.  Our history as Americans and as Muslims has developed to unite us again with the Motherland, Africa. 

It is a new life we want for ourselves as descendants of Africa in America.  Recently, we made a statement expressing these deep sentiments, the Statement is: “A commitment to continue in the best tradition of the African American struggle for improvement on self and race.” 

This is expressed in the language, New Africa. Juneteenth observance gives us an opportunity to publish our best sentiments and preserve this day that celebrates our Emancipation.  The Emancipation process must continue until we are free spiritually as well as bodily."  Imam W. Deen Mohammed

Ramadan Mubarak! Activities at TMC

Thursday, June 18, 2015

The Mosque Cares | Ministry of Imam W. Deen Mohammed Mourns With The Emanuel AME Church in South Carolina

The Mosque Cares | Ministry of Imam W. Deen Mohammed Mourns With The Emanuel AME Church in South Carolina 

On behalf of The Ministry of Imam W. Deen Mohammed, we extend our sincere, heartfelt condolences to members of the Emanuel AME Church, their families, friends and community. Our thoughts are with you and we are here to support you through this senseless tragedy. We pray G-d grants comfort to the victims who survived and for those who passed away, forgives their shortcomings and grants them paradise.