ISLAMIC CENTER OF MAINE
CONNECTING OUR COMMUNITY
"O mankind, indeed We have created you from male and female and made you peoples and tribes that you may know one another. Indeed, the most noble of you in the sight of Allah is the most righteous of you. Indeed, Allah is Knowing and Acquainted."
"During the presentation all the responses to my questions were given with great detail and explanation. I left feeling like I had a new education and understanding of Islam."
The Muslim community in Orono is a vibrant one and its Masjid hosts several activities throughout the week and all year round.
We present to the community at large through outreach to educational facilities, such as schools, universities, hospitals and religious institutions. Members of the ICM community regularly work with the Muslim Student Association (MSA) at UMaine to provide awareness of Islam and Muslims on campus.
Our monthly potlucks are a time for all members of the community to join together and learn about one another. Please contact us to learn how you can get involved!
We present to the community at large through outreach to educational facilities, such as schools, universities, hospitals and religious institutions. Members of the ICM community regularly work with the Muslim Student Association at UMaine to provide awareness of Islam and Muslims on campus.
Reach out to learn about our outreach program and determine if we should set up a presentation or event for your community group!
IN THE NEWS
In 2010 PBS visited with us for their feature, "Being Muslim in Maine." This episode of Maine Watch highlights our experience as Muslims in Maine, and gives a lovely overview of the Islamic Center of Maine Muslim community in the state at large.
Click below to watch educational videos and to learn the basic tenants of Islam, what we practice, and what we believe!
PRAYERS SCHEDULE, SERVICES
Weekly halaqas of Tafseer are held for both brothers and sisters.
Community gathering events are held once a month. The Islamic weekend school is conducted every Sunday from 11:00 AM to 2:15 PM.
During Ramadan, Magrib prayers, and Taraweeh are held every day.
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