Welcome to Islamic Center Masjid As-Sabereen Website


Islamic Center Masjid As-Sabereen is one of the first Islamic centers in greater Harrisburg PA, Was established in 1993.


Eid-ul-Adha 1435/2014 Announcement

  • Masjid As-Sabereen will hold Eid Prayer on its ground on Saturday, October 4th, 2014 at 8:15 A.M. In sha Allah.
  • Men will pray outside while women will pray inside the main Masjid (weather permitting), In sha Allah.
  • We encourage you to bring breakfast items to share with other Muslims.
  • Eid Lunch will be on Sunday after Asr Prayer.

The Masjid As-Sabereen appreciates your generosity and we encourage you to continue supporting the on-going projects. We ask Allah to reward you abundantly, In sha Allah.

Jazakum Allah Khair.

Eid-ul-Fitr 1435/2014 Announcement

In sha Allah, the Eid-ul-Fitr Prayer will be on the ground of Masjid As-Sabereen on Monday, July 28th at 8:15 A.M.

  • The Eid prayer, In sha Allah, will be led by Sheikh Adeeb Rasheed.
  • The Prayer time is 8:15 A.M.
  • Men will pray outside while women will pray inside the main Masjid (weather permitting), Insha Allah.
  • The Zakat-ul-Fitr is $10.00 per each person in your household and must be paid before the Eid Salat (to make it count with great reward for your fasting).
  • We encourage you to bring breakfast items to share with other Muslims.
  • Eid Lunch will be on the same day of Eid after Zhour Prayer.

The Masjid As-Sabereen appreciates your generosity and we encourage you to continue supporting the on-going projects. We ask Allah to reward you abundantly, Insha Allah.

Jazakum Allah Khair.

Ramadhan 1435/2014 Announcement

Ramadhan Mubarak!

We are glad and honored to announce the first day of Ramadhan for the Hijri year 1435 is going to be on Sunday, July 29th 2014. We shall be starting our taraaweeh prayers tonight (Saturday June 28th, 2014) after the ‘Ishaa prayer (10:30 PM) in shaa Allah.

Due to the parking limitation, we request you to kindly car pool and also respect the Masjid neighbors while you are parking.

May Allah subuhanhu wa ta’ala accept our good deeds, fasting, prayers and supplications! ameen.

Eid Al Adha 1434-2013 Announcements

Asalamu Alaykum Wa Rahmatu Allah

The 1st of Dhul-Hijjah will be on Sunday  October 6, 2013.  The Muslims performing Hajj will be in Arafah on Monday October 14, 2013 (9 Dhul-Hijjah 1434).  Therefore Eid al-Adhaa will be on Tuesday October 15, 2013, (10 Dhul-Hijjah 1434)

Eid Mubarak! to you and to your family..

  • In sha Allah, the Eid Prayer will be on the ground of Masjid As-Sabereen either on Tuesday, October 15th.
  • The Prayer will be led by Sheikh Adeeb and the time will be 8:00 A.M., In sha Allah.
  • Men will pray outside (the parking lot) and women will pray inside the Masjid.
  • We encourage you to car pool and come early to give enough time to find a parking spot.
  • The Eid Feast will be on Friday, October 18th, 2013 after Magrib prayer.

The Masjid As-Sabereen appreciates your generosity and we encourage you to continue giving to support the on-going projects. We pray to Allah to reward you abundantly, In sha Allah.

EID UL FITR 1434-2013 Announcements


Eid Mubarak! to you and to your family..

According to reports and statements made by religious authorities, the crescent was sighted in some of the countries in the Muslim world. Therefore, Ramadan will be 29 days and we will celebrate Eid ul Fitr on Thursday, August 8th.

Kullu Am wa Antum Bi Khair ( كل عام و انتم بخير )… Eid Mubarak!

May Allah accept our fasting, qiyam and good deeds in the month of Ramadan.
Prayer Details:
When: Thursday 8th August 2013- 8:00 AM sharp
Where: Islamic Center – Masjid As-Sabereen [1403 S. Cameron Street, Harrisburg PA 17104]

  • The Eid Prayer will be at 8:00 A.M. on Thursday August 8th 2013 and it will be held on the ground of Masjid As-Sabereen.
  • We encourage you to car pool and come early to give enough time to find a parking spot.
  • If weather permits, Men will pray outside and women will pray inside the masjid.
  • The Zakatul-Fitr is $10.00 per person in your household and must be paid before the Eid prayer, otherwise it becomes Sadaqat, which is of a lesser value in this case only.
  • Light breakfast will be available, and we encourage everyone to bring other breakfast items to share with fellow Muslims.
  • The Eid Feast will be on Saturday, August 10th, 2013 at Dhour’s time.

The Masjid As-Sabereen appreciates your generosity during the Month of Ramadan and we encourage you to continue giving to support the on-going projects. We pray to Allah to reward you abundantly, In shaa Allah.

 

Ramadhan 1434/2013 Announcement

 Ramadhan Mubarak!

Since the moon of Ramadhan was not sighted this evening (Monday July 8, 2013), we shall be completing thirty (30) days of Sha’baan (1434 A.H.), in accordance with the hadith of the Messenger of Allah (sallallahu alayhi was sallam) who said, “Fast when you see the crescent. If it is obscured to you, then complete thirty days of Sha’baan. And break your fast when you see the crescent. If it is obscured to you then fast thirty days.” [Al-Bukhari and Muslim].

We are glad and honored to announce the first day of Ramadhan for the Hijri year 1434 is going to be on Wednesday, July 10th 2013. We shall be starting our taraaweeh prayers tomorrow (Tuesday July 9, 2013) after the ‘Ishaa prayer in shaa Allah

May Allah subuhanhu wa ta’ala accept our good deeds, fasting, prayers and supplications! ameen.

Eid Al Adha 1433/2012 Prayer

Asalamou Alaykoum Wa Rahmatou Allah

Alhamdulilah, Majid Al Sabereen, Islamic Center of PA AL Hikmah, Masjid EL Noor, and Masjid EL Sakina at Carlisle will all pray together at Lemoyne.

Eid prayer will be held at  Susquehanna  Sports Center in Lemoyne, at 8:30am on Friday October 26th,  please bring a prayer rug with you and a cushion as it is a hard floor.

Susquehanna Sports Center   www.susq-sports.com/

1001 Bosler Avenue  Lemoyne, PA 17043

We encourage you to car pool and come early to give enough time to find a parking spot.

Breakfast refreshment will be provided after the khutba

We encourage you to bring a dish to share with the community

 

 

EID UL FITR 1433 (2012) Sunday August 19th 2012

Asalamou Alaykoum Wa Rahmatou Allah

We would like to inform the community that since the moon has not been sighted, We will finish 30 days of Ramadan, which make Sunday August 19th, 2012 the first day of Shawal and the Eid Ul Fitr Day inshaAllah.

May Allah accept our fasting, qiyam and good deeds in this blessed month.

Eid prayer will be held at Masjid Al Sabereen parking lot, at 8am on Sunday, please bring a prayer rug with you.

Car pool  if possible because of limited parking.

Breakfast refreshment will be provided after the khutba.

Masjid Al Sabereen is also inviting the community for lunch on the day of Eid Sunday August 19th, at 2pm.

Zakat ul-Fitr ($10/person). Please do it before Eid prayer!

What does Zakat ul-Fitr mean?
It means to purify. It purifies the one who gives it from his/her sins done inadvertently and increases one’s reward.

What is the ruling on Zakat ul Fitr?
Obligatory upon every Muslim who has access to extra food.

Who gives Zakat ul-Fitr?
The head of the household gives it for everyone in his household (including servants and newborns).

How much should be given in Zakat ul-Fitr?
A sa’ per person which is equivalent to 2.25 kg (about 5.06 lbs).

What should be given as Zakat ul-fitr?
It is most preferable to give dates, barley, wheat, cottage cheese, and raisins. But if other halal food items are more readily available, you may give them instead (i.e. rice, lentils, etc…).

Qur’an 2:43, 22:78, 24:56, 58:13, 87:14

May I give money instead of food?
Yes, you can donate $10 (per person) by either putting it in the donation box at Masjid, or during taraweeh, or hand over to any of the council members.

To whom should Zakat ul-Fitr be given?
The following categories of people may receive it: the penniless, people struggling to make ends meet and do not beg, institutions dealing with the distribution of Zakat, new Muslims, to free captives/slaves, those who are in debt, for the cause of Islam, and to a stranded traveler.

Can you appoint someone to give Zakat ul-Fitr on your behalf?
It is permissible to give the items to a Masjid to distribute on your behalf.