Counselling Students Visit Islamic Center CAIR Missouri

A group of nearly 40 counselling students visited a local Islamic Center in St. Louis in order to gain a deeper understanding about the American Muslim community. The Islamic Foundation of Greater St. Louis hosted the event at their Daar-Al-Islam Masjid. Speakers from Al-Salam Day School (ADS), The Islamic Information Center of St. Louis (IICSTL), and the Missouri Chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-MO) gave various presentations on a variety of topics ranging from the fundamentals of Islam to how the current political climate impacts American Muslims. The counselling students were given a tour of the Islamic Center and ate lunch at local international Muslim owned restaurants. 

During the afternoon session, nearly 40 young teenage Muslims came to the center and participated in group discussions with the counselling students. The goal was to give first hand experiences of growing up Muslim in American, discuss the struggles they are going through, and bring a human face to the conversation. CAIR-MO is proud to have participated in this program and promotes continued relationships between American Muslims and educational institutions.

MYLS Flyer 2017The Muslim Youth Leadership Symposium seeks to provide American Muslim youth with a proactive agenda for positive activism; empower them to guide their communities from the margin to the mainstream; and foster a healthy American Muslim identity that fits comfortably within the pluralistic American society.

Join us for a 1-day leadership training workshop for young Muslim students. Thanks to our generous donors, we are able to provide this workshop free of cost. Lunch will be provided for all participants.

Date: Saturday, August 5th @ 11:00 A.M. - 7:00 P.M.

Location: Saint Louis University Boileau Hall

 

Final Muslim Women Self Defense Flyer Dar Al Jalal Masjid

Dar-Al-Jalal Muslim Women Self-Defense Class

 

A 2-Session Class

 

1st Session: Sunday July 23rd @ 1:30 P.M. - 5:30 P.M.

 

2nd Session: Sunday July 30th @ 1:30 P.M. - 5:30 P.M.

 

Dar-Al-Jalal Masjid, 8945 Dunn Rd, Hazelwood MO, 63042

The Great Muslim Cook Off Food Festival FlyerJoin us for St. Louis' 1st ever International Muslim Food Festival and Cook-Off at the World's Fair Pavilion in Forest Park. American Muslims are the most ethnically and culturally diverse community in America. That diversity is expressed through the thousands of unique food dishes cooked right here in St. Louis. This public event will have two main parts:

  1. Shopping at the International Bazaar: Area restaurants, local businesses, and non-profits will be selling delicious foods, clothing, henna art, and other unique items at the Bazaar. If you enjoy shopping, eating, and learning about others then this is an experience that you do not want to miss.
    1. Interested in selling food and other items in the Bazaar? Click Here to Purchase a Booth or Tent at the Festival.
  2. The Food Competition: There will be a food competition where people will enter their unique dishes to compete for prizes. A panel of 5 judges will taste the dish in each catagory to determine the winner. If you're entering a dish into the competition you'll need to make 6 individual portions. Five portions are for the judges and one portion will be for the official photograph. Dishes must be submitted anytime between 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM. The award ceremony will be from 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM.
    1. Interested in submitting your dish into the food competition? Click Here to Enter Your Dish into the Food Competition.

WHEN: Sunday, August 13th 11:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M.
WHERE: World's Fair Pavilion in Forest Park
1904 Concourse Dr, St. Louis, MO 63146
Questions: Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | Tel: (636)207-8882

Event is open to the public

CASH PRIZES: $300 for best dish in each category

For local area restaurants and caterers looking to promote their businesses, we are offering two packages:

  • 10' x 10' Tent Rental ($250): Includes 1 rectangular table, 2 chairs, and access to power
  • Pavilion Booths ($100): Inside of the World's Fair Pavilion, various booths will be set up that include 1 rectangular table, two chairs, and skirting dividers. 

Submit Your Dish for the Competition ($10 Per Dish): Do you think your dish has what it takes to win the Cook-Off? Submit your dish into one of the following categories for your chance to win $300. 5 judges will taste your dish and determine which dish reigns supreme. You'll need to make 5 individual portions, one for each judge. Winners will be announced and prizes will be given away at the competition.

4 Competition Categories: When you register online, do your best to place your dish in the appropriate category

  • Best Appetizer:
  • Best Entree with Meat:
  • Best Veggie Entree:
  • Best Dessert:

 

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  • Master Chef: ($600), includes free tent, business logo on printed brochures, business logo and description on website, social media shout-out, mention in speech and announcement during the award ceremony, mention in media release and any media interview.
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  • Assistant Chef: ($150), business logo and description on the website and social media shout-out.

Open House Dar Al Islam Flyer Front

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You are invited to join us for the 4th Annual Sharing Ramadan Open House. This annual event brings together peoples of all faiths to visit their local Islamic Center, participate in the Iftar (breaking of the fast) meal, enjoy an international dinner, and engage in productive dialogue. This year event is hosted by the Islamic Foundation of Greater St. Louis (IFGSTL), the Missouri Chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-MO), and the Islamic Information Center of St. Louis (IICSTL).

WHAT: 4th Annual Sharing Ramadan Open House
WHEN: Wednesday, June 7th @ 6:00 P.M. - 9:30 P.M.
WHERE: Daar-Al-Islam Masjid, 517 Wiedman Rd, Ballwin MO, 63011
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As-Salamu Alaykum, a greeting of peace. We would like to invite you to our 4th annual “Sharing Ramadan” open house. This annual event will be held on Wednesday, June 7th from 6:00 P.M.—9:30 P.M. This event encourages all Americans to visit your local Islamic Center, take a guided tour of the Masjid, enjoy a delicious meal, hear presentations on Islam, engage in dialogue, witness the Muslim prayers, and so much more.

Ramadan is the ninth month of the lunar Islamic calendar. More than one billion Muslims worldwide celebrate Ramadan by fasting and building a closer relationship with Allah (God). During Ramadan,  Muslims abstain from food, drink, and intimate relations with their spouse from break of dawn to sunset. The fast is performed to learn discipline, self-restraint, and generosity, while obeying God’s commandments. Fasting (along with the declaration of faith, daily prayers, charity, and pilgrimage to Mecca) is one of the “five pillars” of Islam. The end of Ramadan will be marked by communal prayers called “Eid ul-Fitr” or Feast of the Fast-Breaking, on June 25th. (Because Islam operates on a lunar calendar system, the actual date is governed by sighting of the new moon.)

Ramadan is special because the Qur’an (Islamic holy scripture) was first revealed during this month. Muslims around the world strive to spiritually purify themselves by trying to abstain from all that is evil in speech and action. It is also recommended that Muslims read as much as possible from the Qur’an during this month.

When you arrive at the Daar-Ul-Islam Masjid, you will be given a guided tour of the building. After the tour, guests will be given a presentation on Islam and engage in dialogue, followed by the Iftar (breaking of the fast) meal along with an international dinner. Iftar is an integral part of Muslim community life during the sacred month of Ramadan. At sunset every night, Muslims around the world gather in their homes and mosques to break their fast together with their families and communities.

Guests are welcome to observe the sunset prayers after the Iftar meal. Your host will direct you to an appropriate place to sit and watch. After the Adhan (call to prayer), Muslims move to the prayer hall and line up for the congregational prayer. They will form tight ranks, a symbol of unity and equality within the Muslim community. After the conclusion of the prayer, dinner will be served.

We would be delighted if you and your family would be our guests. If you have any questions, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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