Past Events

Halaqa for Kids & Teens

Halaqa was held for Kids & Teeen by Sr. Gehad

 at 7 pm on July 19, 2019

Halaqa for Everybody

Halaqa was held by Imam Dr. Hassan El Alami at 8.30 pm on July 19, 2019

The topic was Success in the Quran

     Dinner was served after Halaqa

Friday Prayer

The Sixteenth Friday (Jumma) Prayer of the mission and the eleventh (Jumma) Prayer at 344 Lowell Street, Lexington 02420,  was performed on July 19, 2019, in the building at 344 Lowell Street, Lexington 02420

Halaqa

"Know The Core Of Your Beliefs"  delivered by Mansour Werfalli on July 13,2019

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Firday Prayer

The fifteenth Friday (Jumma) Prayer of the mission and the tenth (Jumma) Prayer at 344 Lowell Street, Lexington 02420,  was performed on July 13, 2019, in the building at 344 Lowell Street, Lexington 02420


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Friday Prayer

The fourtheenth Friday (Jumma) Prayer of the mission and the ninth (Jumma) Prayer at 344 Lowell Street, Lexington 02420,  was performed on July 5, 2019, in the building at 344 Lowell Street, Lexington 02420

The Jumma prayer Khateeb was Imam Dris Djermoun

Halaqa on "Inheritance Islamic Way"

A Halaqa was organized at 8:30 on Saturday 29 June, 2019 at 344 Lowell Street, Lexington MA 02420. The speaker of the Halaqa was Shaykh Abdel Meneim Mukassabi, who talked about the 'Inheritance in Islamic Way" 

Mohammed Milied presented a brief explanation about how to write the "Will" under the USA law in conjuction with the Shariayah

Seminar on "Fundamentals of Mechatronics and Robotics"

 MACCLM  has organized an Educational Series for the K-12 students. As an initiative of this series, we arranged a seminar with a title "Fundamentals of Mechatronics and Robotics" at 5:30 pm on Saturday 29 June, 2019 at 344 Lowell Street, Lexington MA 02420. This seminar was delivered by Dr. Atilla Akil, who is an expert of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science and Robotics.

As a part of Educational Series-1, MACCLM will organize "Hands on Workshop" tentatively starting from July 12 and ending on Aug 28, 2019 with same title mentioned above. 

The thirteenth Friday (Jumma) Prayer of the mission and the eighth (Jumma) Prayer at 344 Lowell Street, Lexington 02420,  was performed on June 28, 2019, in the building at 344 Lowell Street, Lexington 02420

The Jumma prayer Khateeb was Imam  Loay Assaf.

The twelfth Friday (Jumma) Prayer of the mission and the seventh (Jumma) Prayer at 344 Lowell Street, Lexington 02420,  was performed on June 21, 2019, in the building at 344 Lowell Street, Lexington 02420

The Jumma prayer Khateeb was Imam  Loay Assaf.

The eleventh Friday (Jumma) Prayer of the mission and the sixth (Jumma) Prayer at 344 Lowell Street, Lexington 02420,  was performed on June 14, 2019, in the building at 344 Lowell Street, Lexington 02420

The Jumma prayer Khateeb was Imam Mansour Werfalli.

The tenth Friday (Jumma) Prayer of the mission and the fifth (Jumma) Prayer at 344 Lowell Street, Lexington 02420,  was performed on June 7, 2019, in the building at 344 Lowell Street, Lexington 02420

Eid-ul-Fitr Prayer

As salaam alaikum 

Dear Brothers and Sisters

 Muslim American Community Center of Lexington celebrated its First Eid-ul-Fitr Prayer in Lexington on Tuesday June 4 at 9.30 AM at the 13 Lexington Depot Square  (1st prayer)and  at 10.30 AM at 344 Lowell St., Lexington (2nd prayer).

Takbeer started at 9:00 AM; Eid Salah: 9:30 AM and Khutba  9:40 AM 

Light snacks was served. The Eid open house and breakfast was from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM at 344 Lowell St., Lexington .

The ninth Friday (Jumma) Prayer of the mission and the fourth (Jumma) Prayer at 344 Lowell Street, Lexington 02420,  was performed on May 31, 2019, in the building at 344 Lowell Street, Lexington 02420.

MACCLM's 1st Ramadan Iftaar Fundraiser Speakers

Dr. Altaf Hussain

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Dr. Altaf Husain holds a doctoral degree from the Howard University School of Social Work in Washington D.C. His research interests include the integration of immigrant and refugee families, and especially Muslim adolescents, in the United States. He serves as Executive Assistant for Academic Affairs in the Office of the Provost at Howard University and is a double alumnus of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. Altaf is a former two-term national president of the Muslim Students Association, a current executive committee member of the Muslim Alliance in North America, and a board member of the Peaceful Families Project. He is married and has two sons.

Dr. John Robbins

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Dr. John Robbins is the Founding Executive Director of the Massachusetts chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the largest Muslim civil rights organization in the United States. His office has jurisdiction over more than 120,000 Muslims in the Commonwealth. He has made over 100 TV and radio appearances, and his writings have appeared in numerous outlets including Fortune, Time, Muslim Matters, the Hill, the Jewish Journal, the Boston Globe, the Boston Herald, and the Huffington Post. He received his Ph.D. in Literature from Cornell University at the age of 27, and completed postdoctoral fellowships at Tufts University and the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Robbins sits on the board of directors of Cooperative Metropolitan Ministries, the greater Boston area’s oldest interfaith social justice network.

1st Ramadan Iftaar Fundraiser

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Assalamu Alaikum Distinguished Community Members,

Ramadan Kareem. As we are half way through Ramadan, we are delighted to share with all of you that by the Grace of Allah SWT we are having daily Fajr, Magrib, Isha and Taraweeh prayers, and are also having daily Iftar at the center, Alhamdulillah. It is only possible with the help from our amazing community that we are blessed with. Every day we see new faces showing great enthusiasm, and we are always excited to have more to join for this great cause.

We are having our first fundraiser for our Muslim American Community Center on Monday, May 27th (Memorial Day) at Lexington Elks Lodge, 959 Waltham Street, Lexington, MA. Please spread the word and help to make this fundraiser a great success.

Mohammed Abdul Jaleel, President

MACCLM

Fundraiser Day Program

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Tickets can be purchased in person or at the following eventbrite link:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/macclm-iftar-fundraiser-tickets-62080430238

For more information visit www.maccl.org

or

email at

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The eigth Friday (Jumma) Prayer of the mission and the third (Jumma) Prayer at 344 Lowell Street, Lexington 02420,  was performed on May 24, 2019, in the building at 344 Lowell Street, Lexington 02420.


The seventh Friday (Jumma) Prayer of the mission and the second (Jumma) Prayer at 344 Lowell Street, Lexington 02420,  was performed on May 17, 2019, in the building at 344 Lowell Street, Lexington 02420.

The Jumma prayer was led by Imam Aamir Mirza.


The sixth Friday (Jumma) Prayer of the mission and the first (Jumma) Prayer at 344 Lowell Street, Lexington 02420,  was performed on May 10, 2019, in the building at 344 Lowell Street, Lexington 02420.

The Azaan was called by Abdus Sattar.

The Jumma prayer was led by Imam Loay Assaf.


The fifth Friday (Jumma) Prayer was performed on May 3, 2019, in Lexington Historical Society at 13 Depot Square, Lexington, MA 02420. 

The prayer was led by Imam Ahmed Nur.


The fourth Friday (Jumma) Prayer was performed on April 26, 2019, in Lexington Lodge of Elks at 959 Waltham Street, Lexington, MA 02420. 

The prayer was led by Imam Ahmed Nur.


The third Friday (Jumma) Prayer was performed on April 19, 2019, in Lexington Historical Society at 13 Depot Square, Lexington, MA 02420. 

The prayer was led by Imam Ahmed Nur.


The second Friday (Jumma) prayer was performed on April 12, 2019, in  Lexington Hostorical Society at 13 Depot Square, Lexongton, MA 02420.

The prayer was led by Imam Ali Rabbani.


The first Friday (Jumma) prayer was performed on April 5, 2019, in  Lexington Hostorical Society at 13 Depot Square, Lexongton, MA 02420.

The prayer was led by Imam Hussain Dayib.


Community Meeting 

 March 17, 2019 

Lexington Historical Society

13 Depot Square, 

Lexington, MA 02420 


Our Heartfelt Condolences to Victims of Sri Lankan Christian and Jewish Communities in the USA


We are deeply saddened and shocked what was happened in Sri Lanka and Califormia, USA. Our heartfelt condolences go to the victims of massacre in Sri Lanka and shooting in California. We all muslims from Lexington including our organization, Muslim American Community Center of Lexington- Massachusetts (MACCLM), share sorrow and greif of families, relatives, friends of the christian community (especially Sri Lankan people) as well as the jewish community  in Lexington as well as around the world.

As Allah (swt), the most merciful and most beneficent, decrees in the Holy Quran (5:32) "killing one person without a valid reason is like killing the whole humanity and saving one innocent person is like saving the whole humanity."