As-Salāmu `Alaykum (السلام عليكم)

Our programmes.

Our programmes are multi-dimensional and are aimed at the general well-being and development of members and the society at large. The programmes can be broadly categorised as spiritual, economic, social and educational.

General Programmes
All strata of the membership of the society attend the general programmes.
The major programmes are:

  • Asalatu session, every Sunday, from 11AM – 3PM
  • Tahajud session, the night of every first Friday of the month (11.00Pm till Subhi)
  • Ramadan programmes (throughout the holy month)
  • Lai-latul Quadri (night of majesty)
  • Hadith sessions

Children Affairs: Programmes and Activities
Spiritual/Educational Programmes

  • Nursery and primary classes during the hours of 11am and 3pm on Sundays during the Asalatu session.
  • The classes focused on Islamic, western and moral education.
  • Lectures on topical Islamic issues
  • Quarterly quiz competitions (inter-class within a branch of the society, and inter-branch across various branches of the society)
  • Ramadan lectures
  • Establishment of well equipped children’s library with relevant journals, periodicals and magazines

Women Affairs: Programmes and Activities
Spiritual/Educational Programmes

  • Lectures on topical Islamic issues
  • Quaranic quiz competitions amongst women across branches
  • Ramadan lectures
  • Organising lectures, workshop and training on contemporary issues such as
  • Child and labour abuse
  • Causes and effects of polygamy
  • Problems and challenges of widowhood
  • Survival strategy in a challenging environment like ours
  • Breastfeeding
  • Family planning and child spacing
  • Understanding Tye and dye
  • Preparing baby food
  • Visitations to hospitals and prisons
  • Guidance and counselling of youths, especially those in the youth wing of nasfat
  • Organising guzlu for muslim women reverts
  • Participation in the holiday retreat/camping activities of our children
  • Participation in Eid-el Fitri get together and fun fare
  • Welfare assistance to some needy members of the society

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