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Donation Request 2017-2018: Goal $70,000

We humbly request your donations in this holy month of Ramadan. Our community masjid (Masjid ul Haqq) which operates in San Mateo, California currently runs yearly expenditures of approximately $70,000.  This includes operating costs and children's classes.

We are blessed to currently offer:

 

·         Daily Salah Prayer

 

·         Adult and Youth Islamic Education

 

·         Quran Classes

 

Highlights of Our Programs include:

 

o  Over 25 youth students enrolled and growing

 

o  Our children's classes have increased in student enrollments year over year

 

o  Toddler and young girls home school program operated by our sisters branch

 

Your funds will pay for:

 

·         Imam salary / Housing

 

·         Operating Expenses (includes PG&E, Utilities, Insurance, and Jumah Rental)

 

Current Projects:

 

o   Updating the Wudhu and restroom areas (Mens and Ladies) and kitchen

 

o    Painting (Main Prayer Hall and Ladies Section)

 

Your donations are a form of Sadaqah, which inshah 'Allah will leave ever-lasting blessings for you and your family.

Operating the children's classes are of upmost importance ensuring the next generations have a safe environment to study and build a solid foundation of the most beautiful religion of Islam, passed down from our beloved Prophet Mohammed (SAW).

 

Please assist Masjid ul Haqq. May Allah reward you for your support and shower blessings upon you and your family.

There are currently 3 ways to donate:

1) Drop a check written to "Masjid Ul Haqq" or drop cash in the "Masjid Donation" Box at the masjid

2) Write out a check to "Masjid Ul Haqq", and mail it to 1821 Hamlet St, San Mateo, CA 94403

3) NEW: We are now LIVE on GoFundMe where you could even pay with your debut/credit cards: https://www.gofundme.com/masjid-ul-haqqq

 

 

If you have any other questions, feel free to email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Please donate generously in this month (and every month). The masjids around you are a part of you and need your support and help!

Hadith: The Prophet Muhammad (sal Allahu alayhi wa salaam) said:

"Whoever builds a mosque with the intention of seeking Allah's pleasure, Allah will build for him a place in Paradise."

Sahih Al-Bukhai, Hadith #441 | Vol.1 | Agreed Upon

 

Whatever you give or spend in the way of Allah will be returned to you in manifold increase. Allah, the most Bountiful and the most Loving, commends:

Lend unto God a goodly loan. Whatever good you shall forward on your behalf you shall find it with God, as better and richer in reward. [al-Quran: al-Muzzammil 73: 20.]

 

Be generous, therefore, for whatever you spend on yourself is only for your temporary sustenance while whatever you spend in the way of Allah is an investment in your future for which will provide everlasting sustenance. Seek to invest in others for your own benefit with whatever Allah has endowed you.

Allah says: Of their wealth take alms to purify and sanctify them. [Quran: at-Tawba 9:103.] Furthermore: He that spends his possessions [on others] so that he might grow in purity. [Quran: al-Layl 92: 18.]

 

Love for worldly possessions is primarily a disease of the heart while the purpose of sadaqa is to act as its antidote or cure. Sadaqa serves as a form of dhikr to remind us that all forms of wealth come from Allah and what we possess is .simply a short term loan for which we will be held accountable when our contract expires.

 
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Moon Sighting

NEW: Due to positive naked-eye Hilal sighting reports on Friday, May 26th, 2017G (positive reports from multiple locations in eastern United States), HSCNA announces the start of the Blessed Month of Ramadan 1438H from Saturday, May 27th, 2017G in North America

Words of Wisdom

Narrated Abu Ayyub Al-Ansari (ra),

The  Prophet said: Whoever observes the Ramadan fast and follows it with six days of fast in Shawwal, it is as if he has fasted Dahr (the whole year).

(Bukhari)

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Iqamah Times

Fajr: 4:45am
Dhuhr: 1:30pm
Jumah: 1:30pm
Asr: 6:30pm
Maghrib: [Sunset]

Isha:

10:10pm

*No Iqamah changes until July 10th inshaAllah.

Masjid Ul Haqq Iqamah Schedule 2017

San Mateo Monthly Prayer Start Times

Upcoming Events

Jumah: 1:15pm (Hall @ 100 N Ellsworth Ave)
Fri Jun 30 @01:15PM - 01:50PM
Jumah: 1:15pm (Hall @ 100 N Ellsworth Ave)
Fri Jul 07 @01:15PM - 01:50PM
Jumah: 1:15pm (Hall @ 100 N Ellsworth Ave)
Fri Jul 14 @01:15PM - 01:50PM
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MASJID UL HAQQ
228 N Ellsworth Ave
San Mateo, CA 94401
415.941.8213