Winter Courses 2018

Winter Semester 01/24/2018 – 03/28/2018

Education is the cornerstone of our foundation. Through all of our initiatives we believe that people must leave having learned, or taught, something new. One of the most direct ways we have done this is through courses we have held both virtually and in-person. With a group of dedicated instructors on particular subjects that have ranged from leadership development and identity to studying the Holy Quran and prophetic stories, we have hosted hundreds of sessions for community members young and old.

Location:

  • University of Michigan Dearborn – Fairlane,
  • 19000 Hubbard Drive – North Campus, Room 111
  • Dearborn, MI. 48126
Ages 11-14 | 8 Week Sessions
Sessions

101 Practices/Creeds (Females) | Haja Amal Hammoud & Haja Rima Fouani

This course is based on the book Islam: Faith, Practice & History, by Sayyid Muhammad Rizvi, which is an introductory treatise on Islamic beliefs, laws and ethics as well as the early history of the faith.

This course will focus on the first and second part of of the book.

The second part covers the necessary Islamic rules required and their need in human life. What are the sources for these rules, and their applications in our daily lives. In addition, a variety of essential topics will be discussed and tackled explaining the different acts of worship. Through the readings, lessons, and discussions, the student should be able develop a good understanding of daily practices, and how they are rooted in religion and our daily lives.

The second part of Islamic beliefs which covers the purpose of religion and our belief system, knowing and understanding God and His Attributes, and discussing God’s Justice. Through the readings, lessons, and discussions, the student should be able develop a good understanding of Usool Al-Deen, with deeper insight on the Oneness of God and God’s Justice.

  • 1st 4 weeks Practices/ 2nd 4 weeks Creed
  • 07:00 PM – 08:00 PM
  • 01/24/2018 – 03/28/2018

101 | Practices (Males) | Haj Mohammed Ali Banoon

This course is based on the book Islam: Faith, Practice & History, by Sayyid Muhammad Rizvi, which is an introductory treatise on Islamic beliefs, laws and ethics as well as the early history of the faith. This course will focus on the second part covers the necessary Islamic rules required and their need in human life. What are the sources for these rules, and their applications in our daily lives. In addition, a variety of essential topics will be discussed and tackled explaining the different acts of worship. Through the readings, lessons, and discussions, the student should be able develop a good understanding of daily practices, and how they are rooted in religion and our daily lives.

  • 07:00 PM – 08:00 PM
  • 01/24/2018 – 03/28/2018

 

Ages 15+ | 8 Week Sessions
Sessions

201 Communication | Haj Wissam Bazzi

Have you ever wondered why you get shaken when you go towards conflict within a conversation? Learn what truly happens with a conversation, from your feelings to the core of your identity. We will be discussing these issues and more within this course.

  • 07:00 PM – 08:00 PM
  • 01/24/2018 – 03/28/2018

Ages 21+

By Sayyid Haidar Bahrelelom | To register for any of the sessions, please click the button below.

Sessions

301 |Breaking the Code: How 2 Read The Holy Book

  • 4 sessions
  • 07:00 PM – 08:00 PM
  • 01/24/2018 – 02/14/2018

302 | Spirituality: In Search of an Authentic Self

  • 4 sessions
  • 07:00 PM – 08:00 PM
  • 03/07/2018 – 03/28/2018

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