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Event Series Event Series: Qur’an/Zikr Circle For Sisters

Join Ustadha Hosai Mojaddidi for a women’s only Qur’an/Zikr circle from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. over three Sunday afternoons in Ramadan.

The session is followed by Zuhr prayer at 1:30 p.m. and a Qur’anic parenting class: https://mcceastbay.org/event/quranic-parenting

11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. | Sunday, April 3, 10 & 17 | Conference Room (will not be recorded or livestreamed)

About Your Facilitator

Ustadha Hosai Mojaddidi has been serving the American Muslim community for over 25 years as a teacher, public speaker, author/writer, spiritual counselor and mental health advocate. She currently teaches self-development and spiritual development courses for adults and youth in her local community, and is actively involved with promoting social-emotional learning and mental health advocacy to students and educators via workshops/trainings.

Sister Hosai began her Islamic studies over 20 years ago at Zaytuna Institute in the Bay Area California where, for several years, she served as the lead female organizer and studied aqeeda, seerah, Hanafi fiqh, tazkiyah an-nafs, tajweed, hadith, Arabic, and other sacred subjects with several resident and visiting scholars including Shaykh Hamza Yusuf, Shaykh Muhammad al-Yaqoubi, and others.

She is actively involved with her local community and offers talks throughout the year on a range of topics including spirituality, self-development, seerah, women’s issues, family/marriage, youth issues, social media literacy/safety, and mental health advocacy. She is active on social media and blogs regularly through Facebook & Instagram. She’s also the co-founder of www.mentalhealth4muslims.com (MH4M) and many of her articles related to mental health issues and other topics relevant to the Muslim community have been reproduced by or published in other websites some of which include: Imanwire, MuslimVillage, SeekersGuidances, SoundVision, AltMuslimah, Mom.com, Patheos, Huffington Post UK, and Haute Hijab. She’s also ben featured on NPR and Al-Jazeera to discuss the Muslim female experience in America with regards to hijab and Islamophobia.

She’s a published children’s book author and the title of her first book is ‘Clear the Path: A Rhyme Book on Manners for Little Muslims‘. She’s a wife and mother of two, and she resides in northern California.