We are extending an invitation to our neighbors and friends here in Cache Valley to learn more about Islam as a religion and practice. This monthly event will start with a 15 min presentation, followed by an open discussion about the topic or relevant subjects.
Anyone who’s interested in learning about Islam, clearing stereotypes, and sharing their experiences, are welcome to participate. Particularly, people of other faiths or beliefs, others who care about interfaith work, USU religious and History students, and Muslims.
Refreshment will be provided. Please read the FAQ: Visiting the Center prior coming.
Logan Islamic Center
748 North 600 East
Logan, UT 84321
February 13 at 5 PM - Basics of Islam
For Muslims, Islam is a way of life. They practice it anywhere, and at any time. Islam guides every aspect of a Muslim’s life and is considered their reference for everyday practices. In this discussion, we will present how Muslims practice Islam on- and off-campus and how Islam guides their daily lives. Please check in to our Facebook event page.
Lead by Br. Shane
He is a recent convert to Islam, a father of a beautiful daughter, and a nature enthusiast.
March 20 at 5 PM – Prayers in Islam
Why do Muslims pray? And what’s the significance of a Masjid (mosque) for Muslims? In this discussion, we will talk about Islamic prayers and Masjid. Please check in to our Facebook event page.
Lead by Br. Ayman
April 17 at 5 PM – Ramadan: 30-day Challenge
There will be a time when your Muslim friends stop eating during the day for a full month. When Muslims observe the month of Ramadan and start fasting, Non-Muslims can benefit and join too! In this discussion, we will talk about Ramadhan, why Muslims fast, and what you can do to share the experience and the blessings. Please check in to our Facebook event page.
Lead by Br. Nour