Saturday, December 31, 2016

TMC NEEDS YOUR Support - Consider Donating Today!

We hope you agree with these words of our Leader and Founder, Imam W Deen Mohammed - "I think the focus always for me is the best life we can possibly have on this earth, recognizing that we didn't create it, that there is a Creator over us. In the New Year, I will be addressing taking a bigger share of personal responsibility, and that we should feel the guilt for the conditions in the life of our people. If we are not conscious and we neglect these things and it doesn't touch our hearts and minds, that is neglect. It is a sin to be unconscious."

The Mosque Cares - Ministry of Imam W Deen Mohammed plans on continuing our current programs and projects PLUS rolling out new community building partnerships and initiatives which will be announced early 2017.

BECOME A HELPER / ANSAR and set up worry-free, recurring donations. Visit our website daily and see your money at work.

We thank all of you, our supporters in the way of Allah. Our activities would not be successful without your consistent participation, support, donations and duas for our work and organization.

Thank you and may Allah bless us all with a happy and progressive New Year.

 

Imam W Deen Mohammed "Week Of Upliftment"

 

On Monday of this week The Mosque Cares launched the IMAM W DEEN MOHAMMED WEEK OF UPLIFTMENT. For the last seven days of the year, we invite you to join us in choosing favorite lectures by Imam W Deen Mohammed from your/our personal libraries and listening to one or more each day, preferably with family, friends and loved ones with the hope of encouraging positive discussion after.

This is a new initiative that we hope to continue next year and in the future. Some of us listen to Imam W. Deen Mohammed every day, but we believe this is a unifying effort for us, Followers and Students of Imam Mohammed. 

The main focus of this week is to enjoy the benefits of a lecture a day whether at home, the office or in the car. This is a perfect opportunity to brighten some of the doldrums that may come along this time of year. As believers we know that Allah's mercy is greatest on our collective efforts. Don't forget to check in on neighbors and Believers who may be less fortunate or could use your help. May Allah bless us all with a happy and progressive New Year. Ameen 

Here are a few of our favorite lectures by Imam W Deen Mohammed:

E84 - Liberating the Community

E92 - The Spirit of Black America

E105 - The Time For The Destiny Of The Common Good

E99 - Religion and Business

Thursday, December 8, 2016

Reflecting on Our Past to Establish a Future Life

Join The Mosque Cares in keeping the legacy of Imam W Deen Mohammed alive.  Meet, greet and hear from members amongst our national and international leadership and Pioneer Men and Women of our Muslim Ummah at Saviors Day 2017 "Reflecting on Our Past to Establish a Future Life."

Make Niyyah by sending in your money to purchase tickets today.
  • Online: SaviorsDay.net
  • Call:  708-679-1587
  • Email: WDMministry@sbcglobal.net
  • Mail check payable: WDM Ministry Special Events, PO Box 153, Matteson, IL 60443
How else can you support Saviors Day?
  • Sell tickets
  • Organize transportation to the event from your local area
  • Work with your your Masjid, Islamic Center, School, Coworkers, Business, etc. to purchase a table for the Annual Hadid Awards Banquet
  • Spread the word
All proceeds from this event go directly toward continuous work to promote and maintain Imam W. Deen Mohammed's legacy and national Dawah efforts of The Mosque Cares.


With Your Support

With your support, The Mosque Cares is working diligently to continue programs established by Imam W Deen Mohammed and roll out and promote initiatives focused on building model communities.  Your contribution is important now more than ever.

Make your tax deductible donation online: click here
or
By mail: WDM Ministry, PO Box 1061, Calumet City, IL 60409

2016 December First Sunday Community Roundtable

VIEW PROGRAM PHOTOS:  TMCPartnersAgainstHunger

Food insecurity is a problem in the United States. Statistics show that 1 in 6 people face hunger every day. The USDA defines "food insecurity" as the lack of access, at times, to enough food for all household members. While there is no shortage of food, this issue impacts every county in our country.


The Mosque Cares plans to collaborate with Muslims Against Hunger and the interfaith community on this important initiative with a goal of making a lasting impact for vulnerable children, families, and communities through building a strong network of vigorous volunteers and donors focused on ending hunger nationally. We will keep you updated as planning progresses, G'd willing.

The Mosque Cares Congratulates Cardinal Blase J. Cupich

Imam Warithudeen Mohammed II was part of the ecumenical/interreligious delegation procession December 4, 2016 at Holy Name Cathedral in Chicago. 

In the spirit of the common good, The Muslim and Catholic communities have had a close relationship in the Chicagoland area. Through the years, we have come together to face many civic and social issues. Pope Francis has invited all people of good to undertake the task of dialogue and service.  

The Mosque Cares - Ministry of Imam W Deen Mohammed plans to continue working for better human conditions all over the world.

Saturday, December 3, 2016

Join Us Tomorrow Sunday Dec 4th: Muslim - Jewish Cooperation Against Hunger Round-Table Discussion

Tomorrow join us for the First Sunday Community Program featuring an interfaith round-table discussion on Muslim-Jewish Cooperation Against Hunger.

Doors open at noon and the program starts promptly at 1:00 PM. Vegetarian snacks will be served during the program.

Many do not think about it, but being hungry is always hard and many struggle with this issue every single day. The Mosque Cares is asking family, friends, and coworkers to learn about how the interfaith community plans to work together for hunger relief. This important initiative and collaboration has a goal of making a lasting impact for vulnerable children, families, and communities. Ending hunger locally and globally is priority.

GUEST SPEAKERS INCLUDE:
- Zamir Hassan
Muslims Against Hunger Project

- Brian Zakem
B'nai Yehuda Beth Sholom

- Walter Ruby
Foundation For Ethnic Understanding-FFEU

- Imam Warithudeen Mohammed II
The Mosque Cares • Ministry of Imam W Deen Mohammed

Immediately afterwards, hold your seat for our regularly scheduled programs and halal dinners.

Venue: TMC - 929 W 171st Street - East Hazel Crest, IL 60429
Phone: 708-679-1587
Email: WDMministry@sbcglobal.net


If you are unable to attend, please support our good works by clicking here to donate online