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Tuesday, 20 May 2014 00:49

Traditional Archery Course

Traditional Archery Course

We are pleased to offer another 6 week archery course. Archery is a fun and exciting sport suitable for children and adults.

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The six week course will be run indoors at the Castlefield Community Centre and will allow participants to achieve a basic competency in archery.  Those who join will learn
  • the necessary safety requirements of shooting at a range
  • etiquette of an archery range
  • various techniques required for them to improve their aim and strength.
Dates for classes are as follows

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Venue: Castlefield Community Centre
Course cost (6 weeks): £20 adults, £15 for under 14s.

Spaces are limited to 15 per class.

*Note: Sisters - there is a female instructor however there will be a male instructor present to support the class if necessary.
*Please note the last class will be in Ramadhan and may need to be changed.

To register please select one of the following options
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Wednesday, 26 October 2011 10:40

Arabic Madina Book I and II Course Registration

The Karima al Marwaziyya Foundation is pleased to announce a new intake for Arabic Madina Book I and Book II students. 

For Madina Book I, students need no prior knowledge of Arabic other than recognition of the Arabic alphabet and the ability to read letters joined up.
Book II students are required to have either completed Book I, or have studied Arabic to a good level.

Fees for both courses is £40 which includes a copy of the text.

Please complete the below form and make the payment to be registered on the course of your choice.  You will be sent details of the first class. 
Please note: Fees are refundable only up until the second week of class.  After this fees will not be refunded if you decide not to complete the course.

Class times:
Book I - Friday evenings at 7pm or Saturday mornings at 10am
Book II - Friday evenings at 7pm.

Course registration is now closed.
Published in Arabic Language
Wednesday, 21 September 2011 23:02

al-Adab al-Mufrad

al-Adab al-Mufrad Weekly Class

Imam Jeelani Sahib

Jubilee Rd Masjid, High Wycombe, HP11 2PJ

Every Friday InshaAllah. 8:15pm to 9:30pm (on the 16th of December 2011) - Times vary so do check back.

A weekly hadith class covering the text al-Adab al-Mufrad by the great Imam Bukhari, this text covers many aspects relating to Islamic etiquettes and the Islamic way of life. The text provides examples from the life of the Prophet (may peace and blessings be upon him) as well as from the noble companions which are explained by Imam Sahib.
The purpose of these classes are to learn and understand  the best examples set for us and to apply them in our own lives.

Brothers and sisters are welcome to attend.

If you would like futher information, then do get in touch: info@karima.org.uk

Videos available to view here.

Published in Courses
Friday, 08 April 2011 01:09

Bidayat al-Hidayah

Bidayat al-Hidayah - The Beginning of Guidance

Imam Khalid Hussein (Leicester)

Session 2 - 2nd July 2011 at 3:45pm [Do check back incase of any changes, we will also send an email so ensure that you are on our mailing list]

This class has replaced the class which was going to cover al-Wassiyah of Imam al-Haddad.

Publishers description of the text:

Imam Ghazali’s Bidayat al-Hidaya is a highly motivational manual detailing the fundamentals of acquiring guidance through God-consciousness (taqwa). Imam Ghazali argues that just as there is an end to this noble objective there is also a beginning to it, which must be made firm for one to achieve success. He then goes on to expound the fundamentals of this “beginning.” While being concise and to-the-point the manual is laid out in the form of a detailed daily timetable providing the reader strong inspiration and much heart-rending counsel. The three sections of this book are on obedience, refraining from disobedience, and the etiquette of companionship with the Creator and with creation. One of Imam Ghazali’s final works, it embodies a lifetime of learning, experience, and spirituality and can be taken as an introduction to his larger works.

[Note for sisters: The room in which the class takes place is not a designated prayer area.]


Directions/Maps

Castlefield Mosque, 103 Rutland Avenue, High Wycombe, HP12 3JQ
There is onsite parking as well as on the surrounding roads.


Published in Courses
Friday, 08 April 2011 17:49

The Wassiyah of Imam al-Haddad

The Wassiyah of Imam al-Haddad

 Imam Khalid Hussein (Leicester)

Note: This class has been replaced by Bidayat al-Hidayah

 The “Exhortation” of Imam al-Haddad or al-Ba’iyya

 As the title suggests, the “Exhortation” of Imam al-Haddad is a poem containing advice for the spiritual wayfarer seeking to reach Allah. It is one of a number of similar poems of advice which Imam al-Haddad wrote and is also called al-Ba’iyya, as each verse ends with the Arabic letter ba’. Al-Habib Ahmad ibn Zayn al-Habashi, student of Imam al-Haddad and author of a commentary on the poem, described it as being amongst the best, most beneficial and most comprehensive of the Imam’s exhortations.

We have an article on our blog which goes through some of the lines of the poem, this can be found here.

[Note for sisters: The room in which the class takes place is not a designated prayer area.]


Directions/Maps


Castlefield Mosque, 103 Rutland Avenue, High Wycombe, HP12 3JQ



Parking

There is onsite parking as well as on the surrounding roads.
Published in Courses
Sunday, 28 November 2010 13:45

Introduction to Islamic Art - June 2010

In the Summer of 2010 Karima Arts ran an eight-week 'Introduction to Islamic Art' Course with locally based Islamic artist, Razwan Baig. During the eight weeks, students were introduced to a variety of traditional Islamic arts with a focus on calligraphy. At the end of the course students organised an exhibition displaying their work for the local community. The event also included a short talk by Razwan where he praised the students for their hard work, creativity and determination, and students also spoke about how much they had enjoyed the course and looked forward to the follow up one.

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