OCIF would like to thank all of its community members that participated in the Eid Wish List Drive this year. All the toys were distributed on time, and the children really enjoyed them.
Islamic Pyschological Approach Class
OCIF will be holding a class by Marwa Assar on Wednesday in August after Maghrib titled "An Islamic Psychological Approach to Gaining better Mental, Emotional, and Spiritual Strength." Click on flyer for more info and class topics.
First Soccer Tournament
SCMCO will be holding its First Joint Masjid SOCCER Tournament at Orange County Great Park, Irvine on Aug. 9th and Aug. 10th. Many of the renowned religious leaders in Southern California, including our very own Sheikh Yassir Fazaga, will be part of the soccer committee. More details about team formation is coming soon.
Pillars Academy Summer Camp
Pillars Academy would like to announce its Summer Camp starting June 23 thru July 31, from 9:30am-2:30pm on Mondays thru Thursdays. Check out the flyer for more info!
OCIF has received a call from City of Mission Viejo about numerous complaints that they have been receiving from adjacent businesses stating that we violate their parking areas, as well as double park. Starting this Friday, the city will be placing a deputy to enforce parking rules during Jumuah prayer time between 12:00pm and 2:30pm. Please be aware and warned that every Friday there will be police who will be driving around checking for any violations! Please take this warning seriously.
OCIF will be offering an Arabic class: Fundamentals of Classical Arabic. This class will be taught by Salman Baig, every Tuesday after Isha.
Are you stressed? Do you have some issues and need to talk to someone? Please schedule a counseling session with Sh. Yassir on Mondays and Wednesdays starting January 2013. You can schedule an appointment by calling OCIF at (949) 595-0480.
Help Pillars Academy facilitate recycling within our community. Allah (SWT) has mentioned in several places in the Quran about taking care of the Earth, its creatures, and not wasting. We would like to teach our students and our community how to be proactive in protecting the Earth and its resources by revamping our recycling program. Please bring your plastic bottles and aluminum cans to the school every Friday morning. We will separate them for you.