Imam & Muazzin Workshop – Registration is Open!

Lecturer: Ahmad Faritz Mohamed Hairudin
Date: 22/04/2018 Time:9:30 am - 1:30 pm
Location: Darul Arqam Training Room E
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COURSE SYNOPSIS

This ½ day course prepares participants in becoming Imam of prayer i.e. from the calling of Azan until the recitations of closing dua (supplications) after prayer. This course covers the essential theoretical knowledge such as the conditions to be an Imam of Fardhu prayers, saf(arrangement) of a Jama’ah in prayer consisting of male, female adults and children, the virtues of praying in congregation and the virtues of being the Muazzin for prayers.

Course highlights:

  • The calling of Azan and the Iqamat and their responses (for the one who hears them)
  • The virtues of Muazzin and the congregational prayer (Jama’ah)
  • The etiquettes in Jama’ah prayer and its formation
  • The conditions to be an Imam in prayers
  • The conditions to follow the Imam in prayers
  • The complete recommended wirid and dua (supplications) after prayers.

This course is open to male and female participants.

 

 

COURSE DATES & TIMING:

Sunday: 22 April 2018, 9.30am – 1.30pm.

Registration is open! Book your seats now!

 

TRAINER:

Ustaz Ahmad Faritz Bin Mohamed Hairudin

 

FEES

Converts: Free Admission! (Online registration is required. Click here to register)

Others: $20 (Registration and Payment at Darul Arqam Bookshop)

(Inclusive of course notes and morning tea)

 

BOOKSHOP OPERATING HOURS:

Monday, Saturdays and Sundays: 10am to 5.30pm

Tuesdays – Fridays: 10am to 8.30pm

 

TRAINER’S PROFILE:

Ustaz Ahmad Faritz bin Mohamed Hairudin spent 12 years of his learnings at Madrasah Wak Tanjong Al-Islamiah. He later furthered his studies at the Al-Azhar University in Egypt and was conferred the B.A. of Islamic Jurisprudence. Ustaz Ahmad Faritz has conducted various enrichment and training programmes at various organizations such as the Muslim Youth Forum (MYF) and etc . He was a former Executive Imam of Darussalam Mosque.

 

 

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