ISLAMIC SOCIETY OF GREATER LOWELL



Election of Board of Directors at ISGL
for the year 1443 AH (2021 – 2022)


Elections will be held for the following posts:
1 - President-Elect
2 - General Secretary
3 - Director
4 - Director (Sister)
(All the first 3 positions are open for brothers and sisters, however, position #4 is designated for sisters only)


Election schedule Insha Allah:
Deadline to nominate candidates: May 1st (Noon)
Deadline to withdraw the nomination: May 3rd (Noon)
Brief Bio and photo of candidates sent by email: on or before May 4th
Election at Juma May 7th 12:45pm -- 2:30pm (in person at ISGL)

Qualifications:
To run for any position and to vote for any position, a member must be in good standing for at least one whole year.

How to Nominate Someone:
Please send Name and email address (cell phone if possible) to this email address elections@isgl.org



Contribute to ISGL


Multiply your Ajar and Blessings by Donating to ISGL During Ramadan


Link to ISGL Online Donation Page


If you missed our Ramadan Fundraiser, you can view the event recording by clicking here




ISGL TARAWEEH and JUM'AH PRAYERS

ISGL is holding daily Taraweeh prayers following Isha prayers, starting from Monday, April 12th, 2021

Registration is required for all attendees for Taraweeh and Jum'ah using the following links:

ISGL Taraweeh Prayer Registration Page

ISGL Friday Jum'ah Prayer Online Registration Page


Some Ramadan Related Items to Remember

  • ISGL will hold 5 daily Salahs (prayers) as usual
  • Taraweeh prayers will be offered daily but due to COVID19 restrictions, only 45 minutes have been allocated for Isha prayers and Taraweeh prayers combined. 
  • All are encouraged to Pre-register for Isha/Taraweeh through the following link:
    ISGL Taraweeh Prayer Registration Page
  • Iqama  times at ISGL during the month of Ramadan is available through the following link: 
    ISGL Ramadan Prayer Schedule
  • ISGL strictly follows the guidelines related to COVID19 which are provided by CDC and the STATE of MA so please try to make Wadu/Wazu before coming to the masjid, bring your own prayer rug, wear your facemasks at all times, and practice social distancing. If you are not feeling well or you have been in contact with someone who is COVID19 positive then refrain from coming to ISGL until you have quarantined for 14 days or tested negative for COVID19. 

 

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Jumma Prayers at ISGL

Please read the instructions regarding Friday Jumma Prayers below:

All attendees are encouraged to arrive on time
Each Jumma session will be 15 mins only

1st Jumma Session: Khutbah Start Time: 1:00 pm
2nd Jumma Session: Khutbah Start Time: 2:00 pm

All attendees are required to pre-register every week by clicking on the link below:
ISGL Friday Jumma Prayer Online Registration

Due to limited space/social distancing, a maximum of 80 brothers and 15 sisters will be allowed at each Jumma session.
[This is based on the average number of sisters attending Jumma in the past]


Face Mask and Prayer Rug Requirements at ISGL

All ISGL prayer attendees are required to wear a face mask at all times while at ISGL and bring their own prayer rugs for Jumma and other daily prayers.
Prayer rugs will no longer be provided by ISGL
Maintain at least 6ft social distance
The rules for attending prayers at ISGL will be strictly enforced

Important Note: Strict limits have been placed on the number of attendees allowed at ISGL



Please Donate Online to ISGL

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Link to ISGL Online Donation Page

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