Islamic Community Center of Illinois
6435 W. Belmont Avenue
Chicago, Illinois, 60634



Today's Date is

4 Jumada I, 1439
January 21st, 2017

Daily Prayer Times And Iqama



















 Weekly Programs

Jumuaah Prayer:
The first Jumuaah starts at 12:15 p.m. and the second Jumuaah starts at 1:30 p.m.
Weekly lecture
After Isha prayer in the lecture hall.
SNL Program
The weekly youth program, after Isha prayer.
Weekly Khateerah
After Isha prayer with Sheikh Amin Al Ali in the Masjid.
Seerah Lecture
Tuesday after Isha prayer with Sheikh Amin Al Ali in the Masjid.
Tafseer Lecture
Thursday after Isha prayer with Sheikh Amin Al Ali in the Masjid.
Arabic Class
Tuesday between Asr and Maghrib prayer with Abdullah Alrashed.

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Our mission:

Our Children are the most important asset. Future of Islam in North America. The goal of the ICCI Sunday school is to give basic Islamic education to our children.
The school's program reflects a commitment of teachers, staff, and administrators to address the needs of each and every student. We welcome parents' ideas and support in our efforts to serve the young and growing Muslims of tomorrow. As parents bring their children to school, we want to work with them in the spirit of a true partnership in making this investment of time, effort, and resources fruitful for children, satisfying for parents, and rewarding for all those at the school.


ICCI Sunday School is focused on providing the basic Islamic education and Islamic values to our children. The curriculum is focused on three areas:
1. Quran
2. Arabic
3. Islamic Studies

We have a set program and well-defined curriculum. Our dedicated staff of teachers follows the curriculum, and also includes topics related to the Islamic Calendar during the school session.


  1. We want our children to be the true and practicing believers of Islam with the proper and right knowledge of the teachings of Islam.

  2. We want our children to develop character, better manners and a respectful demeanor.

  3. We want our children to represent our community and be able to relate Islamic beliefs and teachings to non-Muslims in a coherent and compelling way.

School calendar:

  1. Every Sunday

  2. Timing 10:00 am 3:00 pm.

  3. During the two Eids Sunday school will be closed.

  4. Last day of classes will be in May 25th, 2013

School regulations/Attendance:

The school will be conducted every Sunday. It is essential that the students maintain an environment that is conducive to learning and Islamic behavior. Any act of disrespect may be a cause for student warning or dismissal from the school. Parents are urged to emphasize the importance of education, respect for teachers, and the need for spiritual and physical cleanliness, decency in dress, and Islamic behavior. For example, chewing gum or listening to headphones during classes will not be allowed. Food items, toys, radios, or non-related books are not allowed in the classrooms.

  1. All girls are strongly encouraged to wear their Hijab at all times.

  2. Shorts and slippers are not allowed.

  3. Any clothing materials displaying inappropriate images are not allowed.

School timings and attendance:

Attendance is very essential in order for progress to be achieved. Considering that the classes are held only once a week, time is of essence. Three or more consecutive absences require a meeting of the teacher and parent to discuss the situation.


For further details and registration information, you may call us at: 773-836-7217 Ext#4

Or visit the ICCI on a Sunday

To contact the Board of Education Chairperson, please email:

Br. Mohamad Dana at:

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