- ABOUT US
The Islamic Cultural Center of Willow Grove offers many core religious services. Jumuah prayers are held year-round every Friday at 1:15 PM. We currently hold fajr and isha prayers in congregation on a daily basis. During Ramadan, taraweeh prayers are held every day, as well as special religious programs such as qiyam ul-layl. We also hold Eid prayers for both Eids. Additionally, we aim to provide opportunities for educational enrichment through Islamic lectures and workshops. See our Events Calendar for upcoming events!
The Weekend Learning Program (WLP) provides a welcoming and inclusive learning environment for students ages 5-13 to learn about the Islamic tradition, connect with other young Muslims, and develop confidence in their faith identity. Led by qualified and experienced instructors, the program features a carefully-designed curriculum structured around Quranic studies, Islamic studies, and Islamic heritage, with strong emphasis given to discussion and community building.
The ICCWG Weekend Learning Program meets on Saturday mornings during the academic year (September through May), and is on break during the summer. Registration for the 2019-2020 Weekend Learning Program will open in July 2019 insha'Allah.
Seekers Circle is a youth program at ICCWG that provides an inclusive and fun environment for high-school-age teens (14-18) to learn about Islam and explore their faith identity. Participants explore a variety of topics in a discussion setting with their peers, including: establishing a relationship with Allah, personal spiritual development, understanding our purpose, prophetic character and biography, American Muslim identity, and more. Seekers Circle sessions include ample opportunity for socialization, activities, food, and games.
The ICCWG Seekers Circle meets on Saturday afternoons during the academic year (September through May), and is on break during the summer. Registration for the 2019-2020 Seekers Circle will open in July 2019 insha'Allah.
The Quran Reading Program (QRP) focuses on building students’ ability to independently read the Qur’an in the Arabic language. After learning the Arabic alphabet, students move onto reading short words, and eventually, after much practice, gain fluency in reading. The science of Qur’anic recitation is also taught in these classes, so that students can learn to properly pronounce letters and follow the rules of recitation (tajwid). Some time is also spent on memorization of short surahs. Our Qur’an classes are taught by qualified and experienced instructors of Qur’anic recitation. Classes are available for children ages 5-18, and levels range from beginner to advanced.
The ICCWG Quran Reading Program meets on Tuesday and Thursday evenings during the academic year (September through May), and is on break during the summer. Registration for the 2019-2020 Quran Reading Program will open in July 2019 insha'Allah.
Registration is now open for ICCWG Summer Camp 2019!
June 24th - July 16th
Mondays - Fridays, 10 AM - 4 PM
Summer Camp provides a fun and educational Islamic environment for Muslim youth, ages 5-13, for three weeks during the summer. The camp, led by qualified and experienced instructors, features daily Islamic lessons, arts & crafts, sports, activities, story time, nasheeds, and more. There will also be two field trips (Dorney Park and Adventure Aquarium) and several guest speakers over the course of the program.
The cost of the camp is $300/camper. This includes the cost of lunch, camp materials, arts & crafts, teachers' pay, a T-shirt, and all field trips. There are no extra charges. Need-based financial aid is also available.
Space is limited, so register your child today! The registration deadline is June 1st. Late registrants will be charged a $50 late registration fee.