We ended the blessed month of Ramadan with Eid prayers this week, started work on redesigning the Women’s Section of the masjid (knocking down some walls to make it a big hall), and plan to expand the parking lot with donations from the Muslim community ($1,000 for each parking space). Jazakallah Kahir.

Eid  Prayers

Takbeerat at 8:30 AM

Prayers at 9:00 AM

Masallah, we are having a very successful Ramadan, as we are seeing  more people coming to Masjid Arafat for Iftar and Tarweeh than ever before. We will be hosting Khatum-ul-Quran at Masjid Arafat on Thursday June 22nd. Please attend…and bring your family and relatives.

We have a room in Masjid Arafat available for rent. If you like to use the facilities of Masjid Arafat for any event (Aqeekah, Wedding, Graduations, Khatumal Quran, etc.), please donate generously to the general fund of the Masjid. For more info, please call 281-495-1916 or 281-250-7541.

On January 6th, we announced the winners of Masjid Arafat’s Youth Essay Contest – Muhammad Shaik, Rabia Shaik, and Tuba K. They were given certificates in front of the Muslim community, and (inshallah) their essays will be posted on duusa.org website shortly. Alhamudillah!

We are currently building a new lake near Masjid Arafat. In this lake, there will be talipia, catfish, trout, bass, and salmon. We hope that this lake will serve as a gathering place for Muslims to socialize and fish at. We will let you know when this lake will be open.

A committee meeting was held yesterday to talk about the upcoming fundraising dinner for Masjid Arafat. After some deliberation, the committee decided that it would be better to postpone the fundraising dinner. Insallah, we will let you know of the new date for the fundraiser very soon.

We have just embarked on a redesign of duusa.org to simplify our menu and to make the site more visually appealing. Please bear with us for any technical problems that my result.

Masjid Arafat will be hosting a fundraising dinner on April 17th 2015, to commemorate the 3rd anniversary of our masjid’s opening. Today, this building  is a regular part of our Islamic community in Sugar Land, supported by our excellent volunteers who organize daily activities and events. Masjid Arafat also serve as a host to the “School of Excellence”, educating our youngsters about Islam and the Quran. We invite you to attend our fundraising dinner, and to please contribute to help our masjid provide the services that it has always provided to Sugar Land.

The “School of Excellence”, located at Masjid Arafat, has grown ever since its humble beginnings in 2012. It currently boasts over 60 enrolled students. These students are learning the basics of Islam and how to effectively recite the Quran. Learn about our wonderful School program today here, and if you want to enroll your child into this program, you can fill out a School application here.