RDIC is looking to establish the new building for Red Deer Muslims. Please donate generously in this sacred cause.Read More
Red Deer Islamic Center The Red Deer Islamic Center (Masjid Salah Uddin) is a community organization Red Deer Islamic Center is a Registered Charitable and non-profit organization (####) based in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada. We are serving the local Muslim community since 1993. Our organization is dedicated to establishing and supporting a healthy and vibrant Muslim community in the city of Red Deer. At RDIC congregational prayers are held 5 times a day, and there are two Jumu’ah Salah offered at the Centre. We offer various programs for men, women, and children please explore our site for details. Drop by any time! We’d love to have you over. MISSION STATEMENT RDIC strive to carry out activities according to established principles of Islam in the light of Qur’an and Sunnah. OUR OBJECTIVES To promote the pursuance of Islam as a way of life; To carry out Islamic activities including religious, educational and charitable activities; To promote Islam in the communities in which Muslims live; To acquire lands by purchase or otherwise and to create or otherwise provide a building or buildings for the furtherance of the objects of the mission statement; To do all other things permitted at law and in accordance with Islamic principles for the furtherance of the above-mentioned mission statement and these objects, To coordinate fund-raising to meet the above-mentioned objects; To advance and teach the religious tenets, doctrines, and observances associated with the Islamic faith;
RDIC has weekly evening classes for students aged 5 to 11, for an hour and a half, thrice a week wherein students are taught by a dedicated team of male and female scholars in supervised classrooms.
RDIC has weekly evening classes for students aged 12 to 17, for an hour and a half, thrice a week wherein students are taught by a dedicated team of male and female scholars in supervised classrooms.
RDIC has weekly Saturday classes for students aged 5 to 17, for 4 hours, wherein students are taught by a dedicated team of male and female scholars in supervised classrooms.
Aysha Syed has an article on Mathabah Institute that gives us some valuable tips on what foods to stay away from, and how to pace ourselves this Ramadhan http://bit.ly/2EaTtNMRead More
Parents at Taraweeh – Making it Work Editor in chief of Muslim Matters, Hena Zuberi, gives tips on how parents can balance kids and taraweeh, making their evening experience a spiritual one, while also introducing their children to the Masjid https://muslimmatters.org/2013/07/19/advice-to-parents-taking-your-children-to-taraweeh/Read More
Wondering how to keep the kids involved this ramadhan? A blogger on Modest Munchies gives their perspective, "One question I’ve seen floating around on social media a lot is ‘How do I get my kids involved in Ramadan?’, so I put together a post to answer this question. Involvement can mean a lot of things, it can mean creating, learning, doing, making or helping, it can also mean so much more. Essentially it is about including children and getting them to be and feel like they are a part of something and I think the ideas in this post will help you achieve that." Refer to their website for "49 Ways to get Kids Involved this Ramadhan" http://modestmunchies.com/49-ways-to-get-kids-involved-in-ramadan/Read More