AlhamduLILAH todays conference was extremely productive and proved to be a great success. We would like to thank each person that attended and took part in honest and constructive conversations.
We would also like to express our deep gratitude and thankfulness to the (CITE) Centre for Islamic Thought and Education team directed by Professor Mohamad Abdallah in assisting and facilitating this essential and important conference to establish the new mission and vision of the Islamic Society of SA.
Inshallah once all the information is finalised we will update you with a concluding report.
Join us this Saturday 28th November 2020 from 9am-6pm in Adelaide’s first Islamic Community Conference and provide your input on how you want the Islamic community in South Australia to grow Spiritually, Socially,Educationally, and financially.
The South Australian Muslim community has grown in vast numbers over the past 10 years and Alhamdulilah, through this time we have witnessed youth involvement increase dramatically also.
The Islamic Society of South Australia has been exploring avenues to introduce beneficial programs and social activities in a safe environment, not only for the youth but for their families as well. Previously, programs such as Festivals, family picnics, barbeque sessions, social gathering and movie nights were held for families to share both valuable time with each other and with the wider community. However, in recent times, ISSA has identified a great demand for a more creative and attractive approach to enhance the quality of our programs and events targeting this area.
This is where your voices and opinions are important to us, to assist in improving the content and understanding the needs of the Muslim youth. We would like to invite you all, especially the youth themselves to come forward and be part of this important discussion to charter the future and provide an effective program for the future of the next generation.
Join us this Saturday 28th November 2020 from 9am-6pm in Adelaide’s first Islamic Community Conference and provide your input on how you want the Islamic community in South Australia to grow socially.
Since its inception in 1955, the Islamic Society of South Australia (ISSA) has been active in promoting religious guidance and education to the Muslim community in South Australia. This has been the main aim of the organisation in serving the Muslim community.
With the influx of diverse Muslims migrating and residing in South Australia, complex and challenging issues have risen in the community. ISSA has identified and acknowledges that it is essential to expand its services in order to continue serving the community and be a significant portal for the community to refer to.
This is where your voice, your thoughts and your concerns are important to us. We would like to hear your suggestions on how we can work together to provide the best for the community in all religious facets.
Join us this Saturday 28th November 2020 from 9am-6pm in Adelaide’s first Islamic Community Conference and provide your input on how you want the Islamic community in South Australia to grow spiritually.