Feedback Needed for Followup Islam in Australia Session

The Muslim Women’s Association of SA recently held an information session on Islam in Australia, presented by Professor Abdalla at the UniSA Magill campus. 

Over 30 community members from diverse backgrounds attended. Some very interesting and important points were raised. A followup session is required to really do the topic justice, to further discuss solutions to the problems raised. 

A followup session is in the planning stages. Your feedback on the first session and regarding the future followup session would be greatly appreciated. 

Please provide feedback before Friday 20th September. 

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Feedback Needed for Future Working Women’s Program

The Muslim Women’s Association of SA invites all current and future members* to provide feedback for a future Working Women’s Program.

Click here to have your say.

The initial feedback period will be the 2 weeks 17th June to 1st July 2019, however all feedback is welcome at any time by emailing or calling the office on 08 8212 0800 during office hours. 

*Membership is available to women living within the Adelaide metropolitan region; services and programs are delivered within the Adelaide metropolitan region

Usrah Study Circle

Our Usrah is a group of enthusiastic Muslim sisters getting together with faith in Islam, working and helping out one another, working together towards a better understanding and practice of Islam. The Usrah study circle provides direction towards building self-confidence in a process of developing a balanced and well composed Muslimah in all aspects – spiritually, mentally and physically.

The following programs are conducted in our Usrah Study Circle for Muslim women. To benefit from these programs, you need to be a member. Our annual membership fees are $10 and you can walk-in to our office to apply for membership.

1. Tajweed Class (Quranic recitation and grammar class)

Sisters learn how to read the Quran and the basic rules of Tajweed (Quranic recitation and grammar) so that they are able to recite the Quran in all its glory confidently. This class is designed for students with no knowledge of Tajweed to an intermediate level reciting and recognising the basics of Tajweed.

Every Monday (except Public Holidays)
10am – 11.20am

2. Islamic Talk / Discussion

Led by Dr Rokkiah Tawi in English, sisters gather on Mondays to benefit from Islamic discussions. Some of these talks/discussions focus on Tafseer where sisters analyse verses from the Quran and relate to everyday events and problems in the lives of Muslim women. Currently, sisters are learning about the 99 Names of Allah (Asma ul Husna).

Every Monday (except Public Holidays)
11.30am – 12.30pm

3. Conversational Arabic Class

This course is for learning how to speak and converse in Arabic. This is suitable for beginners who know how to read and write Arabic. The class is conducted in English.

Every Monday (except Public Holidays)
1pm – 2pm

All classes are conducted at our office in the city – Level 4, 182 Victoria Square, SA 5000.