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Sunday School at Madina Institute aims to provide quality Islamic education in a social setting where children can play and learn about Islam together. We meet every Sunday during the academic year from 10 - 12:30. We welcome all students ages 3+ offering classes in Quran memorization and recitation, Tajweed, Islamic studies, Tafseer, Seerah at different levels and most importantly building a sense of community for our children. 

Our Mission

Our mission is to nurture and develop an engaged and informed Muslim American future generation who will lead in making positive contributions to our society. We provide a fun-filled and learning-focused Islamic environment for our children where they learn, play, and interact with other Muslim children and create friendships that will last a lifetime. We teach students the basics of the beautiful religion of Islam in all its aspects of beliefs and actions, building the character of the Muslim child who is living in a multi-cultural and multi-ethnic environment with highly diverse moral values. We mirror the goals of Madina Institute through education, cultivating compassion through community service activities, and illumination by encouraging critical thinking and thoughtful discussions on current topics.

Our Goals

  • Provide Islamic education commensurate with students' age and level of knowledge 
  • Be inclusive and accessible to all students to promote diversity and unity while respecting our differences
  • Celebrate Islamic manners and Islamic way of life to encourage positive contributions to our society
  • Utilize engaging teaching methods to impart knowledge of Islam and to foster love of Islam
  • Treat all students, teachers, parents, and volunteers with utmost respect 

We strive to provide an engaging environment to students, parents, teachers and volunteers alike to serve their needs and expectations as Muslims in America. We aspire to create an inviting and engaging environment for students through in-class instruction and extra-curricular activities. 

With the help and support of our community, we continue to work towards helping students celebrate Islamic manners and Islamic way of life as we foster love of Islam and encourage them to become contributing members of our American social fabric. Sunday School at Madina Institute is run 100% by volunteers who commit their time and energy to provide an Islamic learning environment that complements your children’s regular education. The Sunday school would not be successful without the strong commitment of the volunteers and parents. May Allah (SWT) help us in bringing up a strong and knowledgeable next generation of Muslims thorough all of our efforts at the School. We thank you for contributing to the Sunday School and look forward to your children making friends at the Sunday School and learning about Islam in a nurturing and friendly environment.

Questions?

If you have any questions about our curriculum, schedule, staff or would like to provide your suggestions and valuable resources, please contact us at sundayschool@madinainstitute.us