Prayer Times


Prayer Timings
Wednesday, September 30th, 2020
Prayer Iqama
Fajr/Dawn 6:40
Sunrise 7:24
Dhuhr/Noon 2:00
Asr/Afternoon 5:30
Maghrib/Sunset (Adhan) 7:17
Isha/Night 9:00
Jumu’ah/Friday Khutba 2:05
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The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said,

    “Salat in congregation is twenty-seven times

         more meritorious than a Salat performed individually.”

                                                           [Al- Bukhari and Muslim].

The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said, “Salat in congregation is twenty-seven times more meritorious than a Salat performed individually.” [Al- Bukhari and Muslim].

Jumua (Friday) Prayer Info


Jumua Khutbah begins: 2:05 PM

Registration link for 10/2/2020 Jumua Prayer:  https://buytickets.at/nuecesmosque/429048

**Please remember to follow safety protocols in order to attend prayer**

 

COVID Community Updates


Published: September 17, 2020

ٱلسَّلَامُ عَلَيْكُمْ وَرَحْمَةُ ٱللَّٰهِ وَبَرَكَاتُهُ

The Nueces Executive Committee and the Board of Directors have been working in coordination with local scholars, medical professionals, as well as various community members to decide what the best course of action is in regard to reopening the mosque. After assessing the climate, the EC and BOD have decided that the prayer hall will now be opened for one Jum’uah prayer in addition to daily Maghrib and Ishaa prayers. Currently, Nueces Mosque will only be opening for these specific prayers with strict guidelines for our community members and volunteers to follow to ensure their own health and safety. This decision is not indefinite as we are continuing to assess the situation and may decide to close the mosque again if we feel our community members are at a greater risk.

Although the prayer hall will be open, all other facilities of the property, including the bathroom and wudu areas, the sisters & brothers study spaces, the library, courtyard, kitchen, conference room, and all other areas are to remain closed until further notice. This is to ensure that aside from prayer, there are no other activities taking place at Nueces.

Please take the proper steps as recommended by the CDC when attending Nueces for prayer including:

1. Register online and sign a waiver in order to attend prayers: https://tickettailor.com/events/nuecesmosque
2. Wear a mask at all times
3. Perform wudu before coming to the masjid
4. Bring your own prayer rug
5. Keep a safe distance of 6 ft from others
6. Avoid attendance if you are experiencing any symptoms or are immunocompromised due to any other illness
7. Avoid attendance if you are below the age of 13 or over the age of 65
8. Must have a safe body temperature of 98-98.9 degrees
9. Avoid interaction with other community members
10. Avoid drinking or eating inside the prayer hall
11. Leave the property immediately after the prayer

These guidelines are in place for the safety and well-being of everyone and we hope you will cooperate with us in ensuring these are being respected and followed. Please read through the guidelines thoroughly when registering.

We’d like to express our deepest sympathy and condolences to all those who have been personally affected by the virus, and encourage you all to take proper precautions given the current situation.

وَإِذَا مَرِضْتُ فَهُوَ يَشْفِينِ

“And when I am ill, it is He who cures me.” [Qur’an 26:80]

May Allah SWT protect you and your families. Jazakallahu Khairan!

 

Statement of Solidarity


Published: June 1, 2020

In the name of God, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.

From the Texas Muslim Students’ Association and Nueces Mosque standing with the Texas Black Muslims Alliance:

A Letter of Solidarity

We, the Executive Committees of the Texas Muslim Students’ Association and Nueces Mosque, write to express our grief and outrage at the murder of George Floyd by four Minneapolis police officers earlier this week. Floyd’s death is a crime against humanity; the failure to swiftly prosecute the murderers proves to be yet another travesty of justice at the hands of a system that has deemed Black lives to be inherently suspect and disposable. Once again, we are confronted with the graphic, disturbing images of the murder of an innocent Black man. It is our responsibility never to turn away from injustice or choose to disregard it when it unfolds. We stand in solidarity with the Black communities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul, Atlanta, Brooklyn, Washington D.C., Milwaukee, Louisville, Houston, Austin, as well as any other city that is currently standing against police brutality and racism in all its forms. We must amplify the voices of people on the ground and stand unequivocally against the heinous murder of George Floyd and the many other victims of racially motivated police brutality in the United States each year.

We write this letter, not only as Muslim-Americans or in spite of our certain privileges, but to emphasize that we have an imperative moral duty and Islamic obligation to stand against injustice where we see it. As two organizations largely comprised of racial minorities, it is necessary for us, the greater Muslim community of Austin, to take a clear stand against racism and police brutality, whether the victims are Muslim or otherwise.

The importance of solidarity cannot be underestimated, and we recognize that standing in unity against injustice is critical to the health and growth of our own faith community. Silence on matters of injustice means being complicit; the previous attempts from our leadership on issues of racism and racial injustice must be improved upon if we are to align ourselves with a truly Islamic vision for a just world. As a diverse community of students coming from various stretches of life, it is critical to recognize that we have power. Let us use those tools available to us, which may differ from person to person, but which together can work to persuade the hearts and minds of those around us, encouraging them to re-evaluate their intentions and rediscover what it truly means to work toward a just world.

“O you who believe! Stand out firmly for justice, as witnesses to Allah, even as against yourselves, or your parents, or your kin…,” [Qur’an 4:135]. We acknowledge that unfortunately racism, anti-Black sentiments, and other harmful stereotypes are instilled and perpetuated in many of our private lives. Given the prevalence of these sentiments, addressing these issues of racism begins in our homes first and foremost. We must collectively commit ourselves to no longer standing idle and allowing these reprehensible attitudes to go unchecked.

It was reported by Sa’id al-Khudri that the Messenger of Allah ﷺ said the following:

“Whoever among you sees evil, let him change it with his hand. If he is unable to do so, then with his tongue. If he is unable to do so, then with his heart, and that is the weakest level of faith,” [Sahih Muslim 49]. When we see racism in the world and feel as though there is nothing we can do within our power to change it systemically, let us remember that our words and actions in the short term have effects in the long term that we can hardly begin to grasp at present. The hadith emphasizes that at the very least if we can act neither upon our words nor our actions, we must go against evil by holding resentment for it in our hearts. We must initiate tough conversations with our fellow community members whose words or actions play into racist and anti-Black sentiments. We must speak up when someone is comfortable using racist language. We must unlearn the racism and anti-Blackness that is embedded in our cultures and change what is within ourselves.

Furthermore, we must work to promote justice in the community: One simple starting point is to donate to causes and sign petitions. If we are unable to donate, we should attempt to raise awareness in our own homes, places of collective gathering, and social media. At the very least, we should make sincere dua for the oppressed and pray that Allah ﷻ grants them ease in this life and the next.

As Muslims, we believe that true justice will not be served until the afterlife, and yet it has been ordained by Allah ﷻ as our responsibility to stand against oppression where we see it in the world. The Texas MSA and Nueces Mosque Executive Committees hope to lead by example. We will be donating to local fundraisers and organizations and also encourage all MSAs, Mosques, and Muslim-based community organizations across Texas and the United States to donate and take action. We are committed to the fight for the liberation of Black people everywhere and demand to see a world where our Black brothers and sisters can live free from the fear of anti-Blackness, racism, and systemic oppression in all forms, insha’Allah.

In Solidarity,

The Texas Muslim Students’ Association and Nueces Mosque

السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته

May Peace and the Mercy and Blessings of Allah be Upon You


DONATE TO THESE CAUSES

Minnesota Freedom Fund – An organization that pays the criminal bail and immigration bond for those who cannot afford to as they seek to end discriminatory, coercive, and oppressive jailing.

Campaign Zero – A comprehensive platform of research-based policy solutions to end police brutality in America.

Reclaim the Block – Local Minneapolis community organizers pushing research-based policies to urge states to divest from police engagement and strengthen community-led safety initiatives.

Twin Cities Coalition for Justice 4 Jamar – Originally founded in 2015, the coalition now in memory of Jamar Clark and serves as an intersectional community organization committed to placing public pressure on local representatives to persecute acts of police violence in the Twin Cities, also operates under MPAC, the Minneapolis Police Accountability Council.


SIGN THESE PETITIONS

Justice for George Floyd

Justice for Ahmaud Arbery

Justice for Breonna Taylor


CALL THESE REPRESENTATIVES

Here are some helpful tips & instructions

Minneapolis Police Department
Tel: 612-673-3000

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey
Tel: 612-673-2100

District Attorney Mike Freeman
Tel: 612-348-5550

Nueces Mosque Annual Review


2019 – 2020

COVID 19 Community Resources


Published: April 2, 2020

Click here for information on the various community organizations helping those affected by the pandemic.

General Info


Everything You Need to Know

Parking Options

Nueces has a driveway where visitors can park when you are on the premises. Towing will be enforced if you leave your car on the premises overnight. Street parking is also available on Nueces St. and the streets surrounding Nueces.

Workspaces

We have two new workspaces at Nueces – one for sisters and one for brothers. Come by and use these spaces to work or study in a comfortable environment.

Donations

Along with Zakat and Sadaqa, Nueces has a food pantry and accepts clothing donations. You can contact a committee member for more information.

Faces of Nueces


Why The Masjid Means So Much

Faces of Nueces


Why The Masjid Means So Much

“The sisters I’ve met here are the most amazing ladies I’ve ever had the privilege of meeting.”

-Noor Wadi

“At my first Jummah at Nueces, I met a lot of guys that day that became my closest friends.”

-Nabil Khan

“Many people say that Nueces is their ‘home away from home’, and you truly feel that.”

-Rawand Abdelghani

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Have a Question?


Come Ask the Sheikh

Imam Search


We’re Hiring

Join Our Newsletter


Stay Updated with Nueces

Give In Charity


Every Cent Counts

“Charity does not decrease wealth” -Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him (Muslim 2588)

*Operations, Sadaqa, Zakat, Reconstruction, Cemetery, Mufti Umer Family Fund, Alumni Network*

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