Openhearted Open House
Dear Friends and Neighbors, The Islamic Center of Bloomington (ICOB) and the Openhearted Campaign cordially invite you for a casual evening of dinner and sharing at our second annual Openhearted Open House. We look forward to getting to know you through our interactive presentations (topics TBA). Parking is available at the Center and in the surrounding neighborhoods. Dinner will be served in open buffet style all evening, and presentations will take place around 5:30 pm, 6:00 pm, and 7:00 pm. You will also be invited to observe us praying the sunset prayer at 6:45 pm, learn more about how we are involved in the Bloomington community, and talk and share with your Muslim neighbors, iA! We can't wait to see you there! -#Openhearted FAQ: Will I be asked to remove my shoes? Yes. Everyone inside the mosque will need to remove their shoes. You can, of course, wear them outside on the grounds. What should I wear? Generally it is appropriate to dress fairly modestly in the mosque. Covering the legs, arms, and chest is considered a mark of respect for the mosque as a place of worship. Can I bring my food into the prayer hall? We ask that food be kept out of the prayer halls in order to maintain the cleanliness of the carpeting, etc. where we pray. You are welcome to enjoy your meal anywhere else in the mosque! #mobl #hijabidiaries #icob
2/19/2017 5:00:00 PM -05:000.0000
Monthly Potluck Dinner
Please join us for food and fun, insha'Allah! Bring a meal to share and separate it into two dishes (one for the men's line and one for the women's). Preceding the potluck, there will be a Welcome Meeting for the sisters to keep everyone up-to-date on plans for this semester, insha'Allah!
1/6/2017 7:30:00 PM -05:000.0000
Monthly Potluck Dinner
Please join us for our monthly potluck dinner! Bring a meal to share and separate it into two dishes (one for the men's line and one for the women's line). It should be a wonderful evening filled with food and fun, insha'Allah!
12/2/2016 7:30:00 PM -05:000.0000
Sisters Safety and Resources Q+A Session
Sisters, please join us to hear from various IU and City of Bloomington officials about the various resources they offer for women in Bloomington, and in particular, Muslim women. Outside of general information about the various departments represented and the services they offer, there will be a focus on how to stay safe as the member of a minority group here in town. This is a great opportunity to find out how both IU and the city hope to support us! List of Participants: Laury Flint - Police Chief of IUPD Tracy James - Safety Communications for IUPD/IUPD Emergency Management Pam Gladish - Bloomington Police Department Carol McCord - Associate Dean of Students for IU Melanie Castillo-Cullather - Director of Asian Culture Center Beverly Calendar Anderson - Director of Community and Family Resources for the City of Bloomington
10/14/2016 7:00:00 PM -04:000.0000
Monthly Potluck Dinner
Please join us for food and fun, insha'Allah! Bring a meal to share and separate the meal into two dishes (one for the men's line and one for the women's).
9/2/2016 7:00:00 PM -04:000.0000
Sisters Pool Party!
Please join us for a private pool party at Pool 194! There are no viewing windows and the lifeguards will be female so please dress however you are comfortable, insha'Allah. There is a women's locker room to change in. Sisters only! Kids are welcome! FREE! No food allowed.
8/20/2016 3:00:00 PM -04:000.0000
Interfaith Day of Fasting and Dinner
RSVP HERE: http://goo.gl/forms/gZiDhIPDHCy4qVN13 WHO: The Islamic Center of Bloomington and the Openhearted Campaign WHAT: An Interfaith Day of Fasting and Dinner WHEN: 8:30pm on June 30th WHERE: Islamic Center of Bloomington, 1925 E Atwater Ave., Bloomington, IN 47401 DETAILS: Are you interested in Ramadan? Do you want to get to know your Muslim neighbors through shared experience? We invite you to fast during the day on June 30th! Then, join us to break the fast that evening at the Islamic Center of Bloomington with dinner and a short presentation on Ramadan. Muslims normally fast from before sunrise until sunset (4:49am – 9:16pm on June 30th), but of course we are used to fasting! If you feel you can only abstain from food (and want to drink water), or that you can only fast part of the day, or if you fall in a group that may be unable to fast (like those that are pregnant or ill), please join us anyway – we’d love to have you! RSVP: Please tell us how many are in your party by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or filling out our RSVP form here: http://goo.gl/forms/gZiDhIPDHCy4qVN13 Mosque Etiquette FAQ: Will I be asked to remove my shoes? Yes. Everyone inside the mosque will need to remove their shoes. You can, of course, wear them outside on the grounds. What should I wear? Generally it is appropriate to dress fairly modestly in the mosque. Covering the legs, arms, and chest is considered a mark of respect for the mosque as a place of worship. Will men and women be in separate areas? Typically during our iftars (fast-breaking dinners), the women and men dine separately. We hope to hold this interfaith dinner outdoors, which should allow ample space for our congregation to separate as they are accustomed while still allowing visiting families to sit together and converse with us!
6/30/2016 8:30:00 PM -04:000.0000
ICOB Yard Sale
Come look at our wares: clothes, books, toys, kids stuff, furniture, and more! All profits will go to the Islamic Center of Bloomington. Please note that the sale will be held at a residence off third street across from HuHot Mongolian Grill (not at the Center). Plese share this event freely :)!
5/14/2016 8:00:00 AM -04:000.0000
ICOB Garage Sale
Come and see our wares! All profits will go the the Islamic Center of Bloomington. Please note that the sale will take place at a residence off 3rd street across from HuHot Mongolian Grill (not at the Islamic Center of Bloomington).
4/30/2016 8:00:00 AM -04:000.0000
Oriental Rugs of the Islamic World at the Islamic Center of Bloomington Exhibition and Sale
Come and enjoy the beauty of hand made rugs from all over the Islamic World. Each is a unique one of a kind that can have a place in your living room or under your dining table. Enjoy the colors, texture and variety and make one yours at the Islamic Center of Bloomington from Friday, April 15th to Sunday, April 17th. Times: Friday 7pm-10pm Saturday 10am-10pm Sunday 10am-7pm
4/17/2016 12:00:00 AM -04:000.0000