Mohammed Webb Foundation Programming strives to support students of all ages as they deepen their understanding of Islam and apply their American Muslim identity through dynamic classes, thought-provoking discussions, service, and community building.
Children, ages 4-12, and Teens, ages 13-18, will learn from adults and each other the basics of our faith and how we can integrate it with compassionate action in the model of our prophets and elders. Classes will fall on every Sunday of the month with a combination of class and community service projects during the year.
To contact us about our Youth Sunday programs, please email Principal Alia Hirzalla at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A time for parents to gather, while their children attend Sunday School classes, to learn about and discuss all sorts of topics relevant to our experience as Muslims and Americans.
Join the first official Muslim community choir and learn vocal performance skills, build confidence, and strengthen family bonds through song! Participants will learn voice training, music scales, singing in group, and harmony with a professional instructor! No singing experience is required and there’s no age limit for children. All ages and experience-levels are welcome!
Everyone has a story to tell. Whether it is one’s own, a family story, fiction, a play, poetry, or a song. Mohammed Webb Foundation’s Faith Through The Arts program can help you write it through our one-on-one writing coaching.
To contact us about our Faith Through the Arts programming, please email Oliver Khan at email@example.com
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