In addition to being a place of worship, the American Moslem Society is the main social forum for many religious activities and general public services, including :

Educational workshops and training courses for young men and women. Monthly religious retreats on the last Saturday of every month except during the month of Ramadan. Religious lectures from guest speakers and religious scholars. Educational lectures on specialty topics from guest experts. AMS provides educational services through its schools. Daily Iftar meal during the month of Ramadan and daily Suhoor meal during the last 10 nights of the month.

Iftar meal during the days of Arafat and Ashuraa. Ramadan food basket distribution to needy families in cooperation with some charities. Coordinating with institutions and organizations to distribute meat and food to the hungry. Coordinating with humanitarian institutions and organizations to raise donations and assistance to the poor, the needy, and to victims of natural disasters inside and outside the U.S. Organizing summer and winter trips for young Muslims. Organizing summer trips for families. Public services through the AMS main office, including: Burial services.

Religious documents. Official legal documents for religious exemptions in the workplace and elsewhere. Receiving calls and responding to various inquiries. Holding Quran recitation competitions and the Qaidah Al Nourania in the month of Ramadan. Publishing the Ramadan magazine and hosting the annual knowledge competition. Hosting the Eid al-Fitr and Adha festivals. Distribution of gifts to children on Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha. Covering burial costs for those who can’t afford it. Supporting sports and youth activities. Celebrating and supporting special moments in the lives of our congregation.

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