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Ramadan at Denver Islamic Society (Masjid Al Nur) is always an active time, with various services and programs for the community.

 

Aside from the usual prayers and taraweeh (night prayers), the masjid offers iftar (dinner) to everyone for the entire month. Suhoor (breakfast) is provided for the last ten days of the month, right after tahajjud (early morning) prayers.

Hot Stew

Zakat-ul-Fitr

Zakat ul Fitr, also known as Sadaqat ul Fitr or the charity of breaking the fast, is an obligatory form of almsgiving required of every able Muslim at the end of Ramadan. The purpose of Zakat ul Fitr is to enable poor people to celebrate Eid ul Fitr. Fill out the form below to pay Zakat ul Fitr at the Masjid.

Eid Ul Fitr

Eid ul Fitr, one of the two celebrations for Muslims, is celebrated fervently at the Denver Islamic Society by the community members. Join us and celebrate this global event with us!

Friday Prayer
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