Lets talk Science Drop in Workshop
Lets Talk Science Drop in Workshop Brought to you by Manitoba Islamic Association in partnership with University Of Winnipeg. Let's Talk Science connects educators and youth with outstanding volunteers to deliver a wide variety of meaningful science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) learning experiences In this community setting. This is a Drop-In workshop that will be directed towards pre-school to Grade 12. We encourage your participation in this learning opportunity. Please call the MIA office for further details. This is a free event. MIA office 204-256-1347.
4/2/2017 10:00:00 AM -05:000.0000
Canadian Muslim Identity- A family Night event
This event is brought to you by Islamic Social Sevrices Association. Event will be held at the Winnipeg Grand Mosque 2445 Waverley on the date and time listed on poster. ISSA has been conducting sessions with Muslim youth 15 to 25 who had questions and shared their challenges. This is an opportunity for parents and community leaders to listen to them and respond constructively, respectfully and urgently. Speakers will cover insights, solutions and facilitate conversations. Register at firstname.lastname@example.org
3/18/2017 5:30:00 PM -05:000.0000
Being Muslim a practical Guide
Being Muslim is a class that will cover the essential aspects of Islam from the most basic level. Together, in a relaxed and friendly environment, we will cover a wide variety of subjects that will give learners not simply a collection of facts, but an understanding of the vision and spirit of Islam. Topics covered include essential beliefs, religious practice, life of the Prophet, spirituality and character, and living as Muslim in Canada. All are welcome to attend. No background knowledge is required and all questions are welcomed.
3/18/2017 10:00:00 AM -05:000.0000
Mobilizing Compassion: Manitoba's Refugee Claimants Crisis
Women, men, children all crossing into Manitoba from the US, through snow fields and on foot. So far, about 200 have crossed since the beginning of the year. Border communities are struggling to cope. Why are refugee claimants crossing the border this way? What is the process to integrate them into the community after the arrive in Canada? What is support is available and what more is needed? Join us on Monday, March 13, 2017 at 6:30 PM at the Grand Mosque to learn more about this issue and what role YOU can play. Hear from experts in the field, grassroots leaders, and refugee claimants themselves
3/13/2017 6:00:00 PM -05:000.0000
Special Prayers for Quebec City - Open to all
The Manitoba Islamic Association will be holding a sermon and prayers at the Waverley Grand mosque for the families affected by the Quebec City Mosque shooting. May Allah bring ease in this difficult time. #QuebecMosqueShooting #PrayForQuebec
1/30/2017 8:00:00 PM -06:000.0000
Share the Warmth - Sk. Moola from Islamic Relief Canada
As temperatures drop in Canada and our heaters turn on, refugees are terrified of what this winter will bring. Hundreds of thousands of refugees and children living in camps cannot afford the luxury of fuel to keep themselves warm. Food is scarce and the need for basic items such as blankets, mattresses and clothes has never been greater. For them, the changing weather means more than just digging out last winter’s coat – it’s a threat to survival. Islamic Relief is working across the globe to provide vital support this winter to those who would otherwise go without. There are currently over 3 million Syrian refugees seeking shelter in neighbouring countries, often living in temporary accommodation including tents and make-shift shelters. But Islamic Relief is there supporting them, in countries like Afghanistan, Pakistan, Syria, Lebanon and Jordan. With your support, we will be reaching out to families like these this winter, providing food, mattresses, clothes, blankets and other essential warming equipment. Together we can help hundreds of thousands of people worldwide.
1/3/2017 7:30:00 PM -06:000.0000
Faith in the Face of Genocide: A Community Conversation
Are you struggling to make sense of the unfolding tragedy in Aleppo? Whatever happened to 'Never Again'? Are you loosing faith in humanity? Do you want to express solidarity and reach out to local Syrians? Join us for a night of reflection, prayer and community. Be ready to take action, to donate, to express your emotions and to connect with your community and neighbours. Confirmed speakers: - Shaikh Ismael Mukhtar, Manitoba Islamic Association. - Belle Jarniewski, Manitoba Multifaith Council - Nina Condo, Rawadan Canadian and ED of the Elmwood Community Resource Centre. - Serge Kaptigaine, genocide survivor from the Democratice Republic of Congo - Nahanni Fontaine, MLA for st. Johns and an indigenous leader - Mernisa Hadzic, Bosnia and Hercegovina Association of Manitoba - Mutee Arabo, Syrian new comer -Leslie Spillet, Executive Director of Ka Ni Kanichihk Check back for program updates. - Ibrahim Sarhan, Syrian youth who overcame disability This event is open to all. The admission fee is nothing but a caring heart.
12/18/2016 6:00:00 PM -06:000.0000
Meet and Greet with the Incoming MIA Executive Council
The 2017-2019 Manitoba Executive Council has been announced! Come meet the new members of the board and get to know them in an informal and relaxed atmosphere. Refreshments will be served.
12/10/2016 6:00:00 PM -06:000.0000
Manitoba Islamic Association Annual Banquet
This year's banquet them is "Paths to Healing: Indigenous and Musilm Perspectives". We are honoured to have Dr. Niigaan Sinclair from the University of Manitoba and Dr. Sheema Khan, Canadian Muslim author and activist, as our keynote speakers. Also, we will have the chance to hear from Mayor Brian Bowman and the Hon. Rochelle Squires, as well as greetings from other community leaders and dignitaries.
10/1/2016 5:30:00 PM -05:000.0000
Muslim-Catholic Dialogue Series
Join us for some thought-provoking discussion as we explore the concepts of Mercy and Suffering from Catholic and Muslim perspectives. This series is co-hosted by the Manitoba Islamic Association and Mary Mother of the Church. Two events are planned on September 14 at Mary Mother and September 21 at the Manitoba Islamic Assocation Grand Mosque.
9/21/2016 12:00:00 AM -05:000.0000
Experience Ramadan - Support the Coalition for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women
Join us for a unique Ramadan experience. Muslims observe a daily fast from dawn to sunset during the holy month of Ramadan. The intent of the fast is to become more spiritually aware, focus on family and community and feel with those who are less fortunate. Join Muslims in breaking their Ramadan fast and observe some of the Ramadan traditions. Guests are welcome to fast for the whole or part of the day, if they choose to, each according to their abilities. 8:30 PM Doors Open 9:00 PM Program commences Quran Recitations Idris Elbakri, President of Manitoba Islamic Association Nahanni Fontaine, Member of Legislative Assembly Bernadette Smith, Coalition for Missing and Murdered Women 9:30 Breaking of the fast dinner Tickets are $20 and all proceeds will go to support The Coalition for Missing and Murdered Women. Contact the MIA office for tickets. email@example.com, 204-256-1347
6/19/2016 8:30:00 PM -05:000.0000
Mosque Open House
A mosque open house with a 15 min tour of the mosque and prayer area, free calligraphy, henna, try on a hijab and much more. Refreshments and a one on one 'Ask Me' session with community experts.
5/8/2016 3:00:00 PM -05:000.0000
Moon Sighting: many ways, one goal
What methods have Muslims throughout history used to determine the beginnings and ends of lunar months and the important religious occasions of Eid and Ramadan? Join us as local and visiting scholars share their knowledge and research on the issues.
5/6/2016 7:00:00 PM -05:000.0000
Provincial Election Forum - Presented by MIA and UYP
Manitoba Islamic Association and Unpack Your Potential have collaborated together to bring you a great event! On April 15th, together we will be hosting a forum for the upcoming provincial election! Candidates have been invited from the four major parties, plus an independent. The event will consist of two question and answer segments followed by an informal open reception. Refreshments will be provided. We hope to see you there!
4/15/2016 6:00:00 PM -05:000.0000
Mosque Open House
Mosque tour, free henna/calligraphy, refreshments and the opportunity to ask questions about Islam in a one on one setting Stay and observe sunset prayer
11/22/2015 3:00:00 PM -06:000.0000
Islam and Domestic Violence
Brought to you by Manitoba Islamic Association and Winnipeg Police Service.
10/10/2015 2:30:00 PM -05:000.0000
Free Public Lecture: Human Rights in Islamic Thought
The Manitoba Islamic Association and the Canadian Museum on Human Rights Present a free public lecture on the topic of "Human Rights in Islamic Thought" The guest speaker will be Dr. Ingrid Mattson, a leading scholar on Islam in North America. Human rightshave been the subject of much discussion among Muslim thinkers since the rise of Islam, while the key concerns have shifted over time. The Qur'an and teachings of the Prophet Muhammad are particularly insistent upon the rights of all people to life, basic subsistence and religious freedom. In the imperial age of Islam, upholding the rights of religious and local communities and self-organizing entities (such as trade guilds) to a degree of self-governance was balanced with the desire to offer individuals an appeal to justice outside the collectivist ethos. At the dawn of the modern era, reformists articulated a theological ethics of freedom and rights centered within nationalism that sought to give full equality to all human beings, seeking to abolish slavery, religious discrimination and patriarchy. The sobering reality is that there is rarely total success in achieving the rights advocated for in the past, while we continue to face more challenges to rights as new technologies that can be used for human liberation or repression by any state or group capable of seizing power become available. Authority, power, technology and identity are universal themes of human rights struggles that engage Muslims in our world today.
10/3/2015 1:30:00 PM -05:000.0000