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Guidelines Regarding Praying Eid-ul-Fitr At Home
We are pleased to announce that Eid-ul-Fitr will be on Sunday, 24th of May. The eid prayer at home should be conducted without Adhan or Iqama. Here are the steps:
First Rakaah: Seven takbeerat after takbeerat Ihram and before reciting Fatiha.
Second Rakaah: Five takbeerat after takbeerat Al-Qiyam and before reading Fatiha.
Please contact our imaam for more guidelines. (815-668-6787)
The holy month of Ramadan has begun for all muslims around the world. While it is a blessing to experience another month of Ramadan, we are faced with the challenge of a global pandemic. We highly encourage that everyone implement precautionary measures to combat the virus. Until further notice, all activities at our masjid will cease to continue. Please contact us via our digital tools for any information. Contact information is available at the bottom of the home page.
Join us at our Annual Fundraiser 2019
The Islamic Society of Sheboygan Annual Fundraiser 2019 will be held in (ISM Community Center) Salam School on Sunday, November 17, 2019. Program is from 3pm - 5pm which includes Fundraising and Dinner. You are welcome to join us.
Eid ul Adha will be on Sunday, August 11th, 2019
Please note that parking and walking to the venue may add a few minutes to your arrival time. Plan to be there 30 minutes prior to Takbeerat.
Takbeerat will begin at 9:00 AM
Salah will begin at 9:30 AM
2019 Ramadan Schedule
First day of Ramadan - Monday, May 6, 2019
First night of Taraweeh - Sunday, May 5, 2019
Taraweeh prayers will be held nightly at the Sheboygan Masajid.
27th Night of Ramadan - Friday, May 31, 2019
Please note these will begin shortly after Isha' prayers
Eid ul-Fitr - Tuesday, June 4, 2019
STATEMENT OF THE ISLAMIC SOCIETY OF SHEBOYGAN AND THE MUSLIM COMMUNITY REGARDING THE TERRORIST ATTACK IN NEW ZEALAND
March 15, 2019
The Muslim community is deeply saddened by the horrific terrorist attack on two mosques in New Zealand by a right wing white supremacist. The cowardly attack, which targeted innocent unarmed worshipers gathered for a regular Friday prayer service, resulted in the deaths of 49 individuals - including children and elderly - and the injury of 50 more, some critically. The level of hatred and brutality exhibited by the terrorist is difficult to fathom. Using a head cam, the terrorist live-streamed his despicable actions as he gunned down worshipers in cold blood, many at point blank range.
We mourn the dead and we pray for them and for their families. We also express our condolences to the entire community and people of New Zealand.
The attack in New Zealand against Muslims is, sadly, part of a trend by right wing extremists, in our country and around the world. The FBI has labeled right wing extremists in the U.S. as being the most significant threat facing our country.
The attack in New Zealand is reminiscent of the 2011 massacre by Anders Breivik in Norway, in which 70 young students were gunned down. Both attackers expressed extreme anti-Muslim and anti-immigrant views. The attack in New Zealand is no different from the attack on the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, the Dylan Roof attack against innocent churchgoers in Charleston, South Carolina, and other attacks against immigrants, African Americans, Hispanics and others.
The increase of these types of terrorist attacks is not surprising. The anti-Muslim statements expressed by certain segments in our society, including right wing radio and television hosts as well as some of our elected political leaders, including our president, has emboldened and empowered those with extremist views. In his hate filled manifesto, the New Zealand shooter expressed his view that "Trump is a symbol of renewed white identity and common purpose". We are not saying that these individuals are directly to blame for the atrocities that take place. However, their anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant, anti-Hispanic and anti-African American rhetoric enables extremists, just as ISIS extremists are emboldened and empowered by those that espouse extreme Muslim views.
The time is long overdue for our elected officials to take a very clear stand against hate speech that targets Muslims, immigrants and others. Our elected leaders must clearly and unequivocally condemn such views and those who promote them. The condemnatory tweet of President Trump is not sufficient. Although he expressed his sympathy and best wishes to the "people of New Zealand", he did not mention the word Muslim or address the Muslim community. We believe this omission is intentional. In past tweets in which individuals claiming to be Muslims have been perpetrators, President Trump deliberately mentioned their faith and tried to tie their faith and all Muslims to the horrendous actions of extremists. This double standard must end.
We call on all people of conscience, of whatever background, belief, culture, religion or identity, to stand together against the bigotry and hate which is becoming all too common. We must stand united against those who promote and tolerate such views.
New Carpeting Phase 1 Complete
Thanks to the generosity of the community, we were able to complete Phase 1 of new carpeting of the prayer areas. The men's section is complete and we are working to complete the ladies' section.
January 18, 2019
Areas of the building are currently undergoing maintenance work. We apologize for the inconvenience however we are making sure that regular activities in the masjid are minimally disrupted. Thank you for your patience.
Video Streaming Availability
December 28, 2018
Live coverage of the Imaam via video streaming is now available in the ladies' prayer hall for their convenience. They can watch the Imaam as he delivers the khutbah and leads the prayers. We are striving to continuously improve the services to better serve our community.
New Year Holiday
December 27, 2018
There will be no classes on Sunday 30th December 2018. We hope you enjoy the long holiday.
Donations via Square
December 15, 2018
The Square device is available daily in the masjid to process card donations. After processing a transaction, receipts can be emailed immediately after providing email addresses. We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express and more. Please continue to donate, your support is integral to us. Thank you.
New Imaam is Joining Us
We are very pleased and excited to announce that a new Imaam is joining us. Stay tuned for more details
Annual Fundraising Dinner
November 3, 2018
The annual fundraiser was held in association with ISM in Milwaukee. We would like to thank all those who participated and donated. Your support is our lifeline. Let’s add bricks to our future homes in paradise.
Masjid is re-opening with new guidelines
The Islamic Society of Sheboygan is reopening the masjid for five daily prayers immediately. In order to maintain the health and safety of the community, we are enforcing new rules and guidelines that everyone must follow in order to enter the masjid. The new guidelines are available in the following PDF document.
Eid Ul-Adha Mubarrak to everyone
Eid Ul-Adha will be celebrated on July 31st, 2020. Takbeerat will start at 7:30 AM, Khutba at 8:00 AM.
Please avoid Hugging and handshakes.
Keep distance and remain in your spot.
Please perform Wudu before coming to the Mosque.
Everyone must wear Mask. If your mask breaks, we will provide one to you.
Other restrictions. Bring your own prayer rug, Age 16, or above allowed.
If you are sick, or in contact with a sick person/COVID positive patient, or has chronic medical conditions, Please refrain to come to the Masjid.
Kids below the age of 16 are not permitted to the Masjid.