As Muslims around the world observe Ramadan this month (April 23-May 23), we know things are a bit different this year. Families can still focus on the celebration of Ramadan and Eid with activities like fasting, praying, reading the Quran, doing charity acts and joining these virtual options.
Virtual Ramadan Experiences
The Downtown Islamic Center aims to complete the Quran 30 days with daily readings on Facebook Live.
Starting on April 24, The Highlights of Quranic Guidance is a program that takes place during the first 21 days of Ramadan where you can learn about the Quran from community leaders.
MCC will offer a virtual lecture series, morning discussions and nightly Quran readings.
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