MCCUC

Eid Mubarak!

MCCUC will be observing Eid-ul-Fitr on Monday, July 28, 2014.

Eid prayer will be held at Erx Le Ben Recreation Center, 513-515 Richmond Street, Elizabeth, NJ, 07202 at 9:00 am. Fitra is $10 and Car Parking is $10.

Eid Mubarak, may Allah (swt) grant you many happy returns. May Allah (swt) grant you and your families peace, safety, prosperity and happiness in the coming year. Please pray earnestly for Allah (swt) to relieve the suffering of all who are hungry, homeless and oppressed for all are underneath the umbrella of Habibullah Sayyidina Muhammad (s).

This Week: Khatamul Qur’an & More

Khatamul Qur’an Program will be held Thursday 7/24. Please join us for Isha and Tarawih prayer at 10:15pm, followed by a special program on this blessed 27th night of Ramadan.

Iftaar dinner will be held Friday 7/25, Saturday 7/26, and Sunday 7/27. Please join us with your friends and family and break your fast with the community.

Weekend Bazaar / Chand Raat will be open Saturday 7/26 and Sunday 7/27. Join us for last-minute shopping, mehndi, clothes, jewelry, bangles, food and more.

Eid ul Fitr will be on Monday 7/28 or Tuesday 7/29. Prayer will be held at Erx Le Ben Recreation Center, 513-515 Richmond Street, Elizabeth, NJ, 07202 at 0900 am. Fitra is $10 and Car Parking is $10.


Laylat al-Qadr is the night on which the Holy Qur’an, Allah’s Final revelation and guidance to human beings was sent down to Sayyidina Muhammad (s). As such it is the culmination of the Prophet’s love, devotion and sincerity, for the Quran’s revelation initiated Sayyidina Muhammad (s) into his Prophetic Mission and the dawn of a new Era for human beings, the Era of Truth.

Thus commemorating this night is essential on the Ummah, for this night is, as it were, the dawn of Islam, the birth of the Ummah and the culmination of all goodness as embodied in the Prophet (s).

The Prophet (s) called on his Ummah to observe the Night of Power with worship, as he did, and to forego sleep and amusement in order to do this.

Allah described the Night of Power as equivalent to one thousand months – an entire lifetime. Thus spending that time in prayer, invocation, praising the Prophet (s), reciting Allah’s Book and its day in fasting during Ramadan, and remembering God at all times, is equivalent to a lifetime in worship.