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Assalam o Alaikum Dear Community Members,

We are excited to announce that we are ready to start Maktab Program at LCIC starting Monday, November 6th, Insha Allah.

This is a BOYS ONLY program at the moment. *Age limit is 6+*.
We are actively working on getting a female teacher for our female students.

What is Maktab Program?
Nazira (Noorani Qaida) = 45 minutes
Tarbiah (Islamic History, Hadith, Duas) = 15 minutes
Program will be offered on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday between 5-7 PM.

Program will be taught by Maulana Faisal Cheema, who is a graduate from Institute of Islamic Education from Dewsbury, UK. He is the Head Teacher at the Full-Time Hifz school at IACC Masjid in Plano.

You can pick between the following two options.
A – 2 Days/Week
B – 3 Days/Week

Please register at
https://bit.ly/3QvDu2F
Or scan the QR Code.

Please email for question at presidentlcictx@gmail.com

about

About LCIC

Mission

To enable every individual and the Muslim community in greater Las Colinas area to achieve “Ihsaan” (excellence) in everything they do, and prepare our youth to build stronger and more inclusive communities.

Vision

 The Las Colinas Islamic Center (LCIC) is dedicated to providing religious, educational, cultural and social services to Muslims living or working in Las Colinas, TX, in an open and inclusive environment in accordance with Qu’ran and Sunnah, promoting interfaith dialogue to foster greater harmony between communities. Our long-term vision is to develop our future leaders grounded in core Islamic values of justice, tolerance, inclusivity, and excellence.

Our Services

Provide Quran Learning Classes for Children

Youth Mentoring: Focus on our youth is a key part of LCIC’s mission to prepare our 

We plan to start food pantry services for needy people in 2023

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About Essential

Pillars of Islam

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  • Shahadah
    (Faith)
  • Salah
    (Prayer)
  • Sawm
    (Fasting)
  • Zakat
    (Almsgiving)
  • Hajj
    (Pilgrimage)
The five pillars – the declaration of faith (shahada), prayer (salah), alms-giving (zakat), fasting (sawm) and pilgrimage (hajj) – constitute the basic norms of Islamic practice. They are accepted by Muslims globally irrespective of ethnic, regional or sectarian differences.
Shahadah (Profession of Faith) “There is no god but God; Muhammad is the Prophet of God.” is most important pillar of Islam.
Narrated Ibn Al-Musaiyab: Abu Huraira said, "The Prophet (ﷺ) said, 'A prayer performed in congregation is twenty-five times more superior in reward to a prayer performed by a single person. The angels of the night and the angels of the day are assembled at the time of the Fajr (Morning) prayer." (Sahih al-Bukhari 4717)
Meet The Team

Board of Directors

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Sh. Yousef Bakeer, giving 1st Friday prayer kutbah at LCIC on March 3, 2023
Sh. Yousef Bakeer, giving 1st Friday prayer kutbah at LCIC on March 3, 2023
Please join the LCIC WhatsApp group for prayer times and community events update
Please join the LCIC WhatsApp group for prayer times and community events update