VIRTUAL RAMADAN EXPERIENCE
Helping you maximize on a Ramadan in lockdown.
Alhamdulillah the blessed month of Ramadan is upon us. However, due to the current pandemic, Ramadan will look very different for us. That is why we are launching the Virtual Ramadan experience. Here you’ll find everything you need to get through a Ramadan in lockdown – with daily Live Quran Recitations, webinars with global speakers, nasheed nights, reminder talks and much more!
We’ve also compiled a list of resources such as a Duaa book, and Prayer and Ramadan timetables for various cities across Canada. The virtual Ramadan experience also has resources to keep the kids productive throughout the blessed month.
We hope you find the Virtual Ramadan Experience a way to maximize on this Ramadan in lockdown.
Regular Online Events throughout Ramadan
Whether taraweeh prayers are cancelled or not, we want to bring the spirit of Ramadan into your homes.
Join us for a Juz’ a day recited live after Asr prayer from reciters across Canada.
Browse through our full list of upcoming and past live events – some of them you can still keep watching!
by Maulana Tariq Jameel
by Imam Khalid Latif
by Ustadh Amjad Tarsin
Quick links to prayer times as well as Iftar times in your city! Bookmark this page and you can refer back to this whenever you need.
Filled with over 20 free printables of exciting activities for all ages from crosswords to colouring pages and connect-the-dots, with an Islamic perspective!
Learn more about your responsibility and check to see how much you owe this year, then plan out how you’d like to pay it. You can get started online and read up on any FAQ here!
Support Your Local Mosque
The overwhelming spread of the coronavirus across the globe is causing understandable alarm.
It has multiplied so rapidly, claiming lives and depleting resources, crippling global markets and healthcare sector, and has brought many activities we take for granted to a grinding halt, including the closure of our beloved Masjids.
In these unprecedented times and in the advent of Ramadan, we recognize that now, more than ever, our community needs us to come together to support one another.