Brother Abdullah Khadra is no longer part of Cary Masjid, we wish him well in his future endeavors.

Islamic Center of Cary

1076 W. Chatham St.
Cary, North Carolina

Islamic Center of Cary

1076 W. Chatham St.
Cary, North Carolina

Breaking News

"Dawah and Our Responsibilities" - July 03, after Maghrib

The Islamic Association of Cary [Cary Masjid] is pleased to welcome Sheikh Sherif Shabaka on coming Friday July 3rd

Sheikh Sherif is from Boston-MA area. He has taught at various Universtities in US in the last two decades (including Duke University). He is Hafidh of Qur'an, and holds several degress and diplomas in  Arabic and Islamic Studies (including Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt)

♦  Sheikh Sherif will be with us in both Jummu'ah prayers, at Cary Masjid, innShaAllah.

♦  Also, he'll hold a special session on Friday Evening - after Maghrib - on "Dawah and Our Responsibilities".
 

Kindly join us in benefitting from the visting Scholar this Friday.

Note: Once in the Masjid, we request to keep your Masks on, bring your own prayer-rug, and maintain the CDC guidlines for Social Distancing at all times [Masjid-Policy].  

Collaboration with CAIR

Council on American-Islamic Relations(CAIR)  is asking your support in conducting a survey of
6th -12th grade Muslim children in North Carolina public schools.
 
The survey aims to capture an understanding of how Muslim students feel about their school environment, about identifying as Muslim, and the extent of anti-Muslim bullying and harassment. The survey will help CAIR develop comprehensive and practical tools for activists and actors working on the ground to resolve issues of anti-Muslim bias and bullying in schools. 
We are asking for your support in encouraging your child(ren) to participate in this survey online on a secure web page that will be provided during a Zoom Meeting. To protect the students’ privacy, names will not be collected.  
 
If you have any questions, please contact:  Maysi Hnin mhnin.md2005@gmail.com
  • Following are the Zoom Meeting sessions for the CAIR NC Bully Survey. Please have your child(ren) participate in only ONE session of their choice. 
Topic: CAIR-NC Student Bully Survey(GSO)
Time: Jul 4, 2020 02:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting
https://us04web.zoom.us/j/72115939575?pwd=ZG1oVmwzRnNoVVZ2QVBpS0IxVklhZz09
Meeting ID: 721 1593 9575
Password: 5jF7sj
 
Topic: CAIR-NC Student Bully Survey(GSO)
Time: Jul 6, 2020 04:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting
https://us04web.zoom.us/j/76966979478?pwd=c0NTbFlMcCtGZjhzTldXUWhYc0toQT09
Meeting ID: 769 6697 9478
Password: 5jF7sj

Important Note: In order to collect the accurate date from these surveys, we respectfully encourage students to take this survey without any help from parents, siblings, friends etc. We request students to answer the questions sincerely and honestly to the best of their ability.

If you have any questions about the survey, please contact the CAIR Community Liaison in North Carolina Sister Maysi Hnin, at mhnin.md2005@gmail.com

 

IQRA ONLINE Summer Program 2020

IQRA ONLINE SUMMER SCHOOL 

starting June 15th, innShaAllah

 

  • 3-days a week: Mon/Tue/Wed.
  • 20 classes between June 15 and July 28.
  • 2 classes each day, 45 minutes each, with 10 mins break in-between 
         Arabic = 11:00 to 11:45am
         Islamic Studies = 11:55 to 12:40pm
Accepting students from 1st to 12th Grade!

 

Tuition is $75 per student for the entire program. (Siblings: $50 each) 

► IQRA Academy Summer Program Registration

►  Online Payment 

Masjid Is Open (With Conditions)

Islamic Association of Cary (Cary Masjid) is OPEN for all daily prayers and Jummu'a (Friday) congregational prayers.
 

Please abide by the MASJID POLICY, which will be enforced for the safety of everyone, as follows:

Prayer services are offered to adult MEN & WOMEN only (no children) because of space limitations and to ensure social distancing.

MUST wear face mask (no exceptions) and please stay at 6 feet distance from others.

MUST bring your own prayer-rug (keep your rug with you at all times, and kindly do not pray on anyone else's rug).

Please make Wudu at home (there is no way to maintain CDC-recommended social distancing with facility-use at the Masjid).

Kindly pray at home if you do not feel well; or have underlying health conditions; or, if any of the following conditions are met:

  • If you have been in close contact (less than 6′ for more than 10 minutes) with a person who has tested positive for COVID-19.

  • If you have had a fever (temperature of 100.4 and above) within the last 72 hours.

  • If you have developed a recurring cough or shortness of breath (not related to allergies) within the last two weeks.

  • If you have traveled outside of NC in the past 14 days.

Masjid carpet is covered by Tarps, with clear markings for prayer-rug placement.

We have Clorox Wipes at visible locations. Please feel free to use those as you feel appropriate to maintain good sanitary conditions.

Jazakumullahu Khairan for your understanding and cooperation!

Welcoming Ramadan

We invite you all to join us online on Thursday, April 23 at 8:45pm EST to a “Welcoming Ramadan” program, where we’ll provide an overview of the services offered by Cary Masjid throughout the month of Ramadan 2020/1441, innShaAllah.

For your convenience, a printable version of the Cary Masjid Ramadan Program Schedule is available below:

Ramadan Schedule