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Founder’s Corner: Volunteering to serve the community members

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this post are those of the writer alone and do not necessarily reflect the views or positions of SNMC.

By Dr. Emdad Khan

If we volunteer it is beneficial for the community in many ways. But it also gives us useful purpose in life. It will help us from the anxiety, stress in our life and will remove depression and loneliness.

Let us see a hadith of prophet Muhammed pbuh. The most beloved persons to Allah swt are those who are most beneficial to other people. The most beloved deed to Allah swt is to make a person a Muslim happy or remove his difficulties, or to forgive his debt or loan, or to feed when hungry.

That I walk with a brother regarding one of his needs is more beloved to me than that I make ethekaf in masjid medina for a month.

Whoever suppress anger, even though he could show his anger if he wished, then Allah swt will secure his heart on the day of Judgement. Whoever control his anger, then Allah swt will conceal his faults.

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Imam’s Corner: Daily Inspiration by Imam Dr. Zijad

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Khateeb Schedule (Friday, Feb. 3, 2023)

Please note that second prayer will start at 1:15 pm

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Friday Messages (Khutbas)

Friday Khutba

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Real Estate Corner: Courtyard Townhome for Sale

Few minutes walk to SNMC Mosque

Beautiful 2 story courtyard townhome for sale by SNMC community member.

Just a five minute walk from SNMC Mosque. Detached double car garage, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms. Located in the popular community of Longfields, close to schools, bus routes, shopping, and other amenities.

More information available at

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SNMC Albushra Friday Boys Quran program 2022/2023

This program is for children and youth with a focus on reading and memorizing the Quran

  • Age: 7 (grade 2) and up
  • Day and time:  Fridays 6:30pm to 7:45pm. Aiming to start on September 16th, 2022
  • Location: In person at SNMC center located at 3020 Woodroffe Ave, (as long as COVID conditions permits)
  • Fees: $30 non-refundable per year.  We will send you how to make the payments once a spot is secured for your child.
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SNMC Alhuda School Registration 2022/2023

We are pleased to announce that the registration for JK, SK and Grades 1-12 for SNMC Alhuda School 2022/2023 in-person learning is now open.

There are three components of the program:

  1. Arabic Language program
  2. Arabic Language Credit Course
  3. Quran & Islamic Education

Please note that there is an Arabic program and Arabic credit courses in the morning and a Quran and Islamic studies classes in the afternoon, each has its own registration forms below.

Arabic Language program: 

This program is structured for students enrolled in an Ontario school from kindergarten to Grade 8 and who would like to learn Arabic.

  • Time and date: Saturdays 9:30am to 12pm
  • Location: Michaelle Jean Public School, 11 Claridge Dr., Nepean, K2J 5A3
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Fiqh of Social Media: Islamic Guidelines when Using Social Media! – August 27

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SNMC Muslim Singles Event on September 18

Assalam Alaykum,

The SNMC Muslim Singles Event is back!

Please join us on Sunday September 18th, 2022, at Chapman Mills Community Hall (424 Chapman Mills Drive).

Please register & pay at 


Register soon!

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Job Opportunity at SNMC

Position: Quran Teacher for JK, SK, and grades 1-8 for SNMC Alhuda School (located in Michaelle Jean Public School, 11 Claridge Dr., Nepean, K2J 5A3)


  • Able to read the Quran with proper Tajweed.
  • Fluent in speaking, reading and writing English.
  • Capable of communicating with fellow teachers, parents and management team through emails.
  • Enthusiastic and passionate about teaching Quran.
  • Able to simplify ideas when communicating with students
  • Reliable and committed to the agreed upon work schedule, 12:30pm to 2:30pm on Saturdays.
  • Cooperative and open to constructive feedback.
  • Previous teaching experience is an asset.
  • Previous employer reference if applicable


  • Prepare and complete lessons according to class schedule
  • Evaluate students’ class work
  • Provide students and parents with academic feedback on students’ development, including progress reports as required

To Apply:

  • Send your resume with a brief cover letter attached to In the cover letter, include all your related teaching/tutoring experience if applicable.
  • Only candidates who meet our competency requirements will be contacted
  • Please apply by: 4 pm, August 26, 2022.

Job Type: Part-time, 2.5 hours per week, on Saturdays, from 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm plus 0.5 hours for class preparation.

Tentative Starting Date:  Sept 17, 2022

Salary: $22 per hour