Ramadan

 

The Clifton Mosque offers an array of educational programs through out the month of Ramadan, as well as iftar dinners nightly after maghrib prayer, and Taraweh Prayer every evening after isha prayer.

Taraweh Prayer
Shaykh Ahmed Abdelhamed Redhwan will be leading the Taraweh prayer after Isha prayer during the month of Ramadan. Taraweh Prayer begins immediately after Isha Prayer. We pray 20 rakats for Taraweh.

Shaykh Ahmed Redhwan will be coming to Cincinnati where he will lead the nightly prayers. He has lead Taraweh prays in many communities around the globe, including in Egypt, Aman, Ohio, and North Carolina. He has Ejaza in Hafs (Shatbia in 2010 & Tiba in 2011) and Ejaza Shubs (Tiba in 2012).

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Shaykh Ahmed Abdelhamed Redhwan

Leading Taraweh prayer at IAC for Ramadan 2019

Children During Taraweeh Prayer

Families with children under the age of 12 years, we kindly ask that you please take advantage of the programs designed for you.

Children over the age of 12 should remain with their parents and not be wandering the property unsupervised.

The Clifton Mosque offers a nightly Taraweh Camp for children between the ages of 4-12 in the Lower Level Hall of the Mosque.  

The goal of the Taraweh Camp is to engage our children and teach them about Islam, while doing fun crafts and activities. Parents can, inshaAllah, have Khushu in their prayer knowing that their children are in a safe and engaging space.

Taraweeh Camp will begin the first night of fasting, May 6th, before Isha Prayer.

For mothers with children under the age of 3, we are asking that you pray Taraweeh prayer in the designated areas in the house next to the main building. We have set up 2 areas where the Prayer will be Live Streamed in real time.

Mothers with toddlers are invited to pray in the house musalla. The area is closed off, has been equipped with a Live Stream Screen, and there are toys for the children to entertain themselves with during the prayer. There are also mats for toddlers to nap on if they fall asleep during the prayer.

Mothers with babies are invited to pray in the house nursery. It is on the second floor of the house next to Imam Ismaeel’s office. This area is also closed off, it has been equipped with a Live Stream Screen, and there are infant supplies, such as swing, bouncers, toys, and a pack and play. There are couches in this room to make feeding infants easier during the prayer.

Fundraising

Our fundraising goal for Ramadan 2019 is $250,000, inshaAllah. These funds will help us to continue to build our community by maintaining the property and the masjid. It also funds all of the amazing programs that the masjid offers to our community, from educational to social events,  and youth to Fiqh and Quran classes. 

If you are unable to make a donation in person, please send donations to Clifton Mosque at 3668 Clifton Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45220.

You can also make donations online at www.cliftonmosque.org/donate

JazakumAllahu khairan for your support!

Sponsor an Iftar

We have broken the fast together as a community every night during the month of Ramadan since 1969, and we plan to continue with this tradition again in 2019, inshaAllah. We need your help as iftars are sponsored by members of our community, alhamdulillah.

If you are interested in learning more about sponsoring an Iftar Dinner, the different types of Iftar Sponsorships we offer, and requirements of the sponsor, please click the button below.

You can also email admin@cliftonmosque.org to find out more about how to sponsor an Iftar.

All donations towards Iftar Dinners are tax deductible.

Green Deen Ramadan

We strive to be as environmentally conscious with each Iftar dinner we offer.  We avoid all styrofoam products. We are continuing our commitment to eliminate single use plastic bottles, inshAllah.

 
 
 

Volunteer

Interested in volunteering opportunities at the Clifton Mosque during the month of Ramadan? Click here for more information.

Volunteers are needed for the nightly Iftar services for set-up, service of food, and clean-up.

 
 
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