The Night Prayer (Salatul Isha) is organized by a small number of the key-carrying members of UVIC at about 9:30 PM. The members communicate through Whatsap before attending the event. The event is semi-regular at best. The Imam of the Mosque may or may not be present in the event. The service lasts for about 20 minutes.
A monthly potluck dinner is organized at the Sunset Prayer of the first Friday of every Gregorian (Solar) Month. Local Muslim families bring food items, singles and visitors (Muslims or non-Muslims) join as the guests of honor. An invited Imam or Preacher delivers a short lecture after the dinner. The event ends after the Night Prayer (the total time it takes is about 2-3 hours). You are invited. The event is announced and confirmed at the Friday Congregational Prayer.
Utah Valley Islamic Center and Al Sahaba Mosque
Utah Valley University Center for the Study of Ethics, UVU Center for International Affairs and Diplomacy and the Muslim Community of the Utah Valley have organized a one-day symposium titled “Islam and Hope.”
The symposium will be on Monday February 1, 2016 at the UVU Classroom Building Auditorium (Room No 511) from 12:00 noon to 2:00PM.
Professor Dr. Brad Cook, the Provost of Southern Utah University, will deliver the keynote speech at 12:00 Noon. Professor Cook is an expert on Islam and the former vice president of Utah Valley University. Refreshments will be served.
The keynote speech will be followed by a panel discussion-Q/A session. The panelists include Drs. Brad Cook, Amir Kia, Christopher Hurtado and Imam Shuaib Uddin. The Panel discussion-Q/A session will continue till 2:00 PM
You are invited to the symposium.
*Utah Valley Islamic Center and Al Sahaba Mosque are sister organizations formed by the Muslim community of the Utah Valley, including the faculty members and students of Utah Valley University and Brigham Young University.