Family Programs & Activities
COMING SOON, INSHA'ALLAH!
As a community it's our duty to help each other forbid what is evil and encourage good. That's why we aim to establish programs and activities that promote community participation, seeking knowledge, and character development.
It was narrated from Anas bin Malik that the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said:
“Seeking knowledge is a duty upon every Muslim, and he who passes knowledge to those who do not deserve it, is like one who puts a necklace of jewels, pearls and gold around the neck of swines.”
— Sunan of Ibn Majah, Vol. 1, Book 1, Hadith 224
Fulfill your duty of seeking knowledge from those who know (scholars). Scroll to see our current and upcoming educational seminars and begin with the right intention (niyyah): Seeking knowledge for Allah's pleasure.
You THOUGHT you knew!
Apply the deen correctly with sound evidence and guidance in a friendly environment
Adab of the Muslim: Manners and Application
Plant the seed of good manners like the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) and develop taqwah
Rights of the Household: A Family Affair
Learn and pass on the rights of the family, spouses, parents, and children
Etiquettes of Seeking Knowledge
Study the fundamentals of seeking knowledge and stay on the Straight Path
Community Potluck *CURRENT*
Bring a cultural dish every first Saturday of the month after Maghrib. Not too spicy please!
Ice Cream Social
Who doesn't like ice cream?! The last Saturday of every month we get together at some of Chico's favorite ice cream shops.
Family Game Night
Let the competitors compete!
Families go head-to-head on popular games modified for Muslims. Match outfits with your family members and come ready to play!
Get away from the city and distractions and get closer to Allah (SWT) in the woods.
Nothing screams fun like a night out for bowling at Bowlero Chico. Get ready for laughs and a little friendly competition.
Masjid Slumber Party
What better and safer place to sleep than the House of Allah? Come out and listen to the beautiful and funny bedtime stories of the Prophet (SAW), his wives, and companions.
It was narrated from Umm Salamah that when the Prophet (ﷺ) performed the Subh (morning prayer), while he said the Salam, he would say:
‘Allahumma inni as’aluka’ ilman nafi’an, wa rizqan tayyiban, wa ‘amalan mutaqabbalan (O Allah, I ask You for beneficial knowledge, good provision and acceptable deeds).’ “
— Sunan of Ibn Majah, Vol. 1, Book 5, Hadith 925