Prayer Timings
Wednesday, December 13th, 2017
Prayer Iqama
Fajr/Dawn 6:30
Sunrise 7:19
Dhuhr/Noon 1:00
Asr/Afternoon 4:00
Sunset/Maghrib 5:37
Isha/Night 7:15
Jumu’ah/Friday 1st Khutba 1:05
2nd Khutba 2:05
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Prayer Timings
Wednesday, December 13th, 2017
Prayer Iqama
Fajr/Dawn 6:30
Sunrise 7:19
Dhuhr/Noon 1:00
Asr/Afternoon 4:00
Sunset/Maghrib 5:37
Isha/Night 7:15
Jumu’ah/Friday 1st Khutba 1:05
2nd Khutba 2:05
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NEWS & EVENTS


What’s happening at Nueces

1 week ago

Nueces Mosque
Finals Fajr Breakfast + Qiyaam

Asalamualaikum from your friendly neighborhood Mosque! In honor of Finals, we are hosting a Fajr Breakfast next Tuesday, December 12th! We're putting a twist on Fajr breakfast, featuring traditional Arab and Pakistani breakfast foods along with our classic pancakes, waffles, and donuts!

We'll be making a dua for all the students to succeed in their finals iA around 5am for Qiyaam.

Please join us bright and early for our last event of the Semester!!

Finals Fajr Breakfast + QiyaamDecember 12, 2017, 6:30amNueces MosqueAsalamualaikum from your friendly neighborhood Mosque! In honor of Finals, we are hosting a Fajr Breakfast next Tuesday, December 12th! We're putting a twist on Fajr breakfast, featuring traditional Arab and Pakistani breakfast foods along with our classic pancakes, waffles, and donuts!

We'll be making a dua for all the students to succeed in their finals iA around 5am for Qiyaam.

Please join us bright and early for our last event of the Semester!!
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1 week ago

Nueces Mosque
Sisters Circle | Last Discussion of the Semester!

Asalamualaikum Ladies!! Our last discussion of the semester is THIS Wednesday from 6-7pm. The topic of our discussion will be posted here soon, inshAllah!

ALSO, like our first class, we will provide FREE Tiff's Treats and milk, iA. Make sure to bring your own mug for the milk!

Discussions will be led by the knowledgeable Sister Hareem, who previously taught Nueces' "Seerah of the Prophet" class. Ustadhah Hareem Ahmad is a graduate from both Qalam Institute and Bayyinah in Dallas, Texas. She has a degree in Management Science from MIT. After completing her undergrad, she worked in finance for a few years while simultaneously training and competing nationally and internationally in fencing. After retiring from competition in 2013, she pursued Islamic education, first with a year at the Bayyinah Dream program (Arabic), and then spent a year at the Qalam Seminary with Sheikh Abdul Nasir Jangda.

Sisters' Circle | Last Discussion of the Semester!December 6, 2017, 6:00pmNueces MosqueAsalamualaikum Ladies!! Our last discussion of the semester is THIS Wednesday from 6-7pm. The topic of our discussion will be posted here soon, inshAllah!

ALSO, like our first class, we will provide FREE Tiff's Treats and milk, iA. Make sure to bring your own mug for the milk!

Discussions will be led by the knowledgeable Sister Hareem, who previously taught Nueces' "Seerah of the Prophet" class. Ustadhah Hareem Ahmad is a graduate from both Qalam Institute and Bayyinah in Dallas, Texas. She has a degree in Management Science from MIT. After completing her undergrad, she worked in finance for a few years while simultaneously training and competing nationally and internationally in fencing. After retiring from competition in 2013, she pursued Islamic education, first with a year at the Bayyinah Dream program (Arabic), and then spent a year at the Qalam Seminary with Sheikh Abdul Nasir Jangda.
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4 weeks ago

Nueces Mosque
InterFeast 2017: Spirituality In The Hypersexualized Era

Don’t forget to come out tonight to MSA’s interfeast! Join them in a discussion of spirituality in a modern context at the SAC Ballroom. Dinner will be provided!

InterFeast 2017: Spirituality In The Hypersexualized EraNovember 16, 2017, 6:30pmSAC BallroomAssalam'Alaikum (May peace be with you),

Are you having trouble navigating this sex-crazed world? Well, let's talk about sex! Join us for a night of discussion on “hyper-sexuality” and the effects that it has on our morality and spirituality! In an interfaith dialogue, panelist will share how they have maintained who and what they are using basic tenants of their faith!

On behalf of Texas Muslim Students' Association (MSA) you have been cordially invited to join us for our Second Annual InterFeast Dinner with *free Halal Bros*!

InterFeast is an opportunity for everyone to come together over a meal united by faith, in hopes to have fruitful discussions and dialogue on how our faiths can help us become better people!

Program:
6:30PM - 6:45PM | Opening Remarks
6:45PM - 7:30PM | Panelist Speak + Dinner (FREE HALAL BROS)
7:30PM - 7:45PM | Intermission
7:45PM - 8:10PM | QA + Dessert
8:10PM - 8:30PM | Closing Remarks

Who:
What: Interfaith Dialogue Dinner with FREE HALAL BROS
Where: SAC Ballroom
When: Thursday, November 16th @ 6:15 PM
Dress: Casual Wear

Speakers:

**Sheikh Fahad Tasleem**, The Islamic Education and Research Academy (iERA), Islamic Society of North America

Fahad Tasleem is the founder of DC Seminary, an institute focused on spiritually empowering working professionals, graduates & college students. He also serves as the lead instructor of iERA US (the Islamic Education & Research Academy). His diverse study & research interests include Qur’anic Studies, Dawah, Islamic & Comparative Theology, Behavioral Economics, Economic History, and Arabic Linguistics. Fahad holds a bachelor's in Economics from Michigan State University and a Masters in Business Taxation from the University of Southern California. He studied Arabic at Georgetown University and the University of Texas at Austin.


**Reverand. Amelia Fulbright**, LABYRINTH Campus Minister

The Rev. Amelia Fulbright is the Labyrinth campus minister. College was an important period of spiritual growth and awakening for Amelia, and she hopes to create safe space for students to experience a similar kind of awakening in their lives—through exploration, community, and social justice action. In 2000 Amelia earned a BA in Religion from Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, NC. In 2007 Amelia completed the Master of Divinity, with a focus in Greek and New Testament Studies, at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary. After graduation she served for five years as an Associate Pastor at University Baptist Church, before transitioning to full-time campus ministry. In addition to her work as a pastor, Amelia has previously worked in community mental health services in Cincinnati, OH and as a domestic violence crisis counselor here in Austin. Amelia has a wide range of interests, including a special affinity for feminist theologies, contemplative spiritual practices, holistic medicine, and bluegrass music. She is also happily married and enjoys being a mother to her daughter, Vivienne.
Amelia wants to get to know you and be available to listen when you need someone to talk to about whatever is on your mind–classes, relationships, family, and questions about faith and doubt. Stop by the lounge during her office hours or make an appointment if these times don’t fit with your schedule OR find her and say hello through email and on Twitter.



**Rabbi Lev Baesh**

After serving Interfaith couples, Jews, and their families for almost 20 years in Boston, MA, Rabbi Lev moved to Austin, TX. He continues to serve as a consultant to the Resource Center for Jewish Clergy at www.Interfaithfamily.com. Rabbi Lev travels the world officiating lifecycle events for Interfaith and Jewish couples and families, and can be found teaching courses on Jewish living and life cycles, and facilitating workshops on ‘Inclusion and Welcoming’ of unaffiliated Jews and interfaith families in Jewish life and community. He was ordained as a rabbi in the Reform Movement of Judaism in 1994 at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati, OH, hold a JD (law degree) from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University in NYC, NY, and a BA in Psychology from Clark University in Worcester, MA. He has recently added RN (Registered Nurse) to his spiritual and practical work in the world after graduating Regis College-Lawrence Memorial Hospital’s nursing program in Medford, MA in May 2013. He also has a BSN from Western Governors University, Austin, Texas. Along with serving the Jewish community and Interfaith families, he is the Clinical Educator at Hospice Austin in Austin, TX.


***This is a free event, so please RSVP through the link below***
THERE WILL BE FREE HALAL BROS!!!
goo.gl/F5HbmE

Please email [email protected] with any questions, concerns, or thoughts!
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