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The Islamic Society of South Australia is a not-for-profit community based organisation that was established on the 21 April 1955 to serve the Australian Islamic community.

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Islamic Society of South Australia19 hours ago
Eid Gift Pack - giving back to those in need.

"Spend in the way of Allah and do not put yourselves into destruction, and do good. Of course, Allah loves those who do good." (Quran verse 2:195)

The economic and social disruption caused by Covid-19 are devastating to many; jobs lost, reduced working hours, businesses shut, loss of loved ones, families separated and many uncertainties.

Ramadan being the month of giving and sharing, hence we are starting our Eid Gift Pack drive. This initiative is a way to bring hope to families/individuals that are struggling to make ends meet.
Such an auspicious time for us to be giving in our own capacities and we are thrilled to be giving back in this way.

We will also be partnering with our local Muslim businesses to provide each family with food coupons. In a way, we are also supporting our local businesses.

We are planning to reach out to about 100 Muslim families/individuals in SA through various agencies/organization.
Each family/individual will receive $50 food coupon.

It’s not just about filling stomachs; it’s about the joy that we, as a community, are bringing to these families/individuals so they can celebrate their Eid with laughter & hope.

Donations can be accepted and credited to the Society bank account;

BANK: Commonwealth Bank
Account Name: The Islamic Society of SA
BSB NO: 065-116
ACC NO: 10240225
REF: EidGift

No gesture is too small when done with gratitude.
So, help us to help them by donating towards to this noble cause.
Islamic Society of South Australia
Islamic Society of South Australia1 day ago
6 days of Ramadan has passed by so quickly. This year has been such a blessed one as we were able to congregate with our families, neighbours & friends for iftar and prayers in our masjid.

Many of our community came in droves this Ramadan to pray in solidarity, making endless dua for ease of our affairs, safe from the pandemic and for the safety of our brothers/sisters overseas or wherever they are. That's the beauty of Islam!

Alhamdulilah, with the ease of Covid-19 restrictions, we were able to facilitate & conduct workshops during Ramadan. Ramadan also coincides with the school holiday this year, hence it is imperative for us to ensure that our young minds are also engaged.

Allow us to entice you with our highlights for the week:

1. Halaqa Girls' Sessions @ Al Salam Wandana & Al-Khalil centre

2. Ramadan-inspired craft workshop for kids @ Al Salam Wandana Centre

3. Daily iftar @ Al Salam Marion & Wandana Centre

Masya Allah, these activities were made possible through your generosity. Hence, with your contribution of just $20 per month, Islamic Society of SA (ISSA) will be able to continue our journey in enriching our community and create sustainable legacy for the Muslims of SA. Do not hesitate to set up the direct debit today!
It's for our future generations and beyond..

Donations can be accepted and credited to the Society bank account;

BANK: Commonwealth Bank
Account Name: The Islamic Society of SA
BSB NO: 065-116
ACC NO: 10240225
REF: Your name

May Allah (swt) keep you and your families; and all of us in HIS mercy and protection. May this Ramadan be a blessed one for you and me. Ameen.
Islamic Society of South Australia
Islamic Society of South Australia2 days ago
**COUNTDOWN TO RAMADAN CARNIVAL 2021**

YES, its that time again, the count down is on! 6 days left till our annual Ramadan Carnival!!

After spending the previous Ramadan in isolation, the Muslim community is super excited to celebrate Ramadan in 2021. This is the second year the festival has been affected by the pandemic, but alhamdulilah, with the ease of the restrictions, this year we return to our beloved mosques re-connecting with our community again.

The observance of this holy month is a period of reflection, self-restraint and spiritual growth and also a powerful symbol of unity bringing family and friends together all around the world.

We would like to take this opportunity to deeply thank the South Australian government, the Premier Honorable Steven Marshall and the Honorable Jing Lee, MLC (South Australia) for granting almost $10,000 to assist in this event. The Muslim community are deeply humbled by your ongoing contribution and support.
Islamic Society of South Australia
Islamic Society of South Australia3 days ago
Ramadan fun in the kitchen makes parent-child bonding exciting through cookie decorating. This will create lasting memories, giggles and smiles for you and your child.

Join us on 25 April 2021 @ Al Salam Wandana Centre (11 am to 1 pm).

Sign up today!
https://forms.gle/iXtmtwzGTmm2UUqQ8
Islamic Society of South Australia
Islamic Society of South Australia4 days ago
Al Tarteel Competition 2021

Inspiring both young and young at heart to partake in this competition; as an effort to nurture & encourage the love for Quran reading.

This competition will be held on 8 May 2021 @ Marion masjid from 9 to 11 pm. Registration closes on 1 May 2021.

Click on link to register your name today!

tinyurl.com/2w576bs6
Islamic Society of South Australia
Islamic Society of South Australia4 days ago
Assalammu A'laikum

Jummah prayer times for the following masjids are as follows:

Marion - 1.00 pm
Wandana - 1.30 pm
Al-Khalil - 12.30 pm

Do bring along your masks & prayer mats.

These timings will be the same throughout all Fridays.
Any changes will be updated accordingly.

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