The mission of the ISBCC is to teach and live Islam in America. An example is presented to us in the famous Hadith of Jibreel in which Angel Jibreel asked the Prophet Muhammad pbuh a set of questions. The Prophet responded and then explained to his companions that that was Angel Jibreel who came to teach us our religion. This famous hadith highlights the importance of inward beliefs and outward actions. The example of Angel Jibreel and how he interacted with the Prophet set an example for us to strive to seek knowledge and implement it. The Prophet Muhammad pbuh also said: “Seeking knowledge is an obligation upon every Muslim”. Therefore, the core focus of the ISBCC’s religious programs are spirituality, community building, and service. The purpose is to help us develop on a personal and communal level and to be able to live the example of Prophet Muhammad pbuh and Angel Jibreel.
The Friday khutbah is the main service of the week. It covers various different topics linking back to the Quran and Sunnah. It starts at 1pm and consists of a 25 – 30 min sermon followed by a prayer.
Fridays, 1 pm
Friday Nights at the Mosque
The night where the ISBCC is transformed to nourish our spiritual hearts, to build strong bonds among our brothers and sisters, and to grow us in the four spheres of the Prophetic life – knowledge, lived spirituality, community and service.
Fridays, 7 pm
Seekers of Knowledge
The ISBCC offers classes throughout the year for those seeking to broaden their knowledge of Islam. For more information click here
Spheres Lived Spirituality
TeamFajr is an experience that is designed to transform the way we understand the spiritual practice of the morning prayer. Join your community as we pray together to Allah in the early morning hours, practice important remembrances (adhkar), recite the Holy Qur’an in small men and women circles, and finish with a communal breakfast.
Every other Sunday. Check the programs calendar for details.
Spheres Lived Spirituality
A maqra’a is the traditional method of teaching Quran. This course, led by Imam Mohamed Nabeel, aims to provide students with a deeper relationship with the Book of Allah through two means: recitation and correction. Everyone is welcome, especially those who struggle to read Arabic.
Sisters Sundays after maghrib
Brothers Sundays after isha
Neighbors for Neighbors
Spheres Service, Community
The Prophet (P.B.U.H.) said: “The best of companions with Allah is the one who is best to his companions, and the best of neighbors to Allah is the one who is the best of them to his neighbor.” In 2016 the ISBCC hopes to be a great neighbor to our Roxbury neighbors. We will be devoting the majority of our civic engagement activities to our Neighbors for Neighbors. Our goal is identify 3-4 advocacy or service projects that really benefit our neighbors. For more information email Ayesha Kazmi at email@example.com
First Sunday of every month after dhuhr
Shaykh Yasir Fahmy
To learn more about ISBCC’s Senior Imam, Shaykh Yasir Fahmy click here
The ISBCC offers nikkah, janaza and many other religious services. From information click here
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