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10:00 am Understanding Islam

Description

Interfaith Community of Lower Bucks (ICLB), Zubaida Foundation, along with CAIR- Philadelphia (Council on American Islamic Relations) are proud to present a 10-part series entitled “Understanding Islam and Muslims through History and Jurisprudence”.

This course approaches Islam from a historical and scriptural perspective, covering the foundations of the religion and then building on the economic, political and cultural institutions that arose in Muslim societies. It covers the Golden Age of Muslim civilization and then discusses its decline. Contemporary issues faced by Muslims and Muslim societies will be covered. A final unit will be the involvement of the U.S. in the Muslim world and its ramifications.

The Schedule is below.

Week        Topic

  1. Religious Beliefs and Practices
  2. Continued … Sources of Jurisprudence
  3. Jesus in the Qur’an
  4. Islamic Political and Economic System
  5. Gender & Islam
  6. The Golden Age
  7. Post Golden Age: Decline and Reform Movements and US Involvement in the Muslim World
  8. Post Golden Age: Decline and Reform Movements and US Involvement in the Muslim World
  9. Islam and the Theology of Power
  10. Contemporary Challenges in the Muslim World

The course is on 10 consecutive Saturday mornings beginning Saturday March 19, 2016 through Saturday May 21, 2016, starting promptly at10:00 AM for two hours each morning.

This is a 10-week course and each week builds on the ones before, and so please be prepared to attend each week.

For questions or to register please contact Noor Phillips at 215-932-4766 (call or text) or via email: NoorPhillips@gmail.com

Location
Zubaida Foundation - 855 Big Oak Rd, Lower Makefield Twp

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6:30 pm Quakertown Bully Prevention Support Group

Youth and parent groups meet to support the targets and their families through a weekly group meeting. Facilitators identify skills that are carried out in the teen sessions and the parent sessions. Skills include: assertive versus aggressive behavior, setting boundaries, responding vs reacting, and communicating to empower children facing challenging situations.

An intake meeting is necessary before joining the group. Please call The Peace Center 215-750-7220 ext. 13 to arrange.

Note: this group is currently inactive – please call if interested in this location.

Location
Upper Bucks YMCA

6:30 pm Langhorne Bully Prevention Support Group

Youth and parent groups meet to support the targets and their families through a weekly group meeting. Facilitators identify skills that are carried out in the teen sessions and the parent sessions. Skills include: assertive versus aggressive behavior, setting boundaries, responding vs reacting, and communicating to empower children facing challenging situations.

An intake meeting is necessary before joining the group. Please call The Peace Center 215-750-7220 ext. 13. to arrange.

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9:00 am Underground Railroad Tour

Description

10:00 am Understanding Islam

Description

Interfaith Community of Lower Bucks (ICLB), Zubaida Foundation, along with CAIR- Philadelphia (Council on American Islamic Relations) are proud to present a 10-part series entitled “Understanding Islam and Muslims through History and Jurisprudence”.

This course approaches Islam from a historical and scriptural perspective, covering the foundations of the religion and then building on the economic, political and cultural institutions that arose in Muslim societies. It covers the Golden Age of Muslim civilization and then discusses its decline. Contemporary issues faced by Muslims and Muslim societies will be covered. A final unit will be the involvement of the U.S. in the Muslim world and its ramifications.

The Schedule is below.

Week        Topic

  1. Religious Beliefs and Practices
  2. Continued … Sources of Jurisprudence
  3. Jesus in the Qur’an
  4. Islamic Political and Economic System
  5. Gender & Islam
  6. The Golden Age
  7. Post Golden Age: Decline and Reform Movements and US Involvement in the Muslim World
  8. Post Golden Age: Decline and Reform Movements and US Involvement in the Muslim World
  9. Islam and the Theology of Power
  10. Contemporary Challenges in the Muslim World

The course is on 10 consecutive Saturday mornings beginning Saturday March 19, 2016 through Saturday May 21, 2016, starting promptly at10:00 AM for two hours each morning.

This is a 10-week course and each week builds on the ones before, and so please be prepared to attend each week.

For questions or to register please contact Noor Phillips at 215-932-4766 (call or text) or via email: NoorPhillips@gmail.com

Location
Zubaida Foundation - 855 Big Oak Rd, Lower Makefield Twp

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6:30 pm Quakertown Bully Prevention Support Group

Youth and parent groups meet to support the targets and their families through a weekly group meeting. Facilitators identify skills that are carried out in the teen sessions and the parent sessions. Skills include: assertive versus aggressive behavior, setting boundaries, responding vs reacting, and communicating to empower children facing challenging situations.

An intake meeting is necessary before joining the group. Please call The Peace Center 215-750-7220 ext. 13 to arrange.

Note: this group is currently inactive – please call if interested in this location.

Location
Upper Bucks YMCA

6:30 pm Langhorne Bully Prevention Support Group

Youth and parent groups meet to support the targets and their families through a weekly group meeting. Facilitators identify skills that are carried out in the teen sessions and the parent sessions. Skills include: assertive versus aggressive behavior, setting boundaries, responding vs reacting, and communicating to empower children facing challenging situations.

An intake meeting is necessary before joining the group. Please call The Peace Center 215-750-7220 ext. 13. to arrange.

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10:00 am Understanding Islam

Description

Interfaith Community of Lower Bucks (ICLB), Zubaida Foundation, along with CAIR- Philadelphia (Council on American Islamic Relations) are proud to present a 10-part series entitled “Understanding Islam and Muslims through History and Jurisprudence”.

This course approaches Islam from a historical and scriptural perspective, covering the foundations of the religion and then building on the economic, political and cultural institutions that arose in Muslim societies. It covers the Golden Age of Muslim civilization and then discusses its decline. Contemporary issues faced by Muslims and Muslim societies will be covered. A final unit will be the involvement of the U.S. in the Muslim world and its ramifications.

The Schedule is below.

Week        Topic

  1. Religious Beliefs and Practices
  2. Continued … Sources of Jurisprudence
  3. Jesus in the Qur’an
  4. Islamic Political and Economic System
  5. Gender & Islam
  6. The Golden Age
  7. Post Golden Age: Decline and Reform Movements and US Involvement in the Muslim World
  8. Post Golden Age: Decline and Reform Movements and US Involvement in the Muslim World
  9. Islam and the Theology of Power
  10. Contemporary Challenges in the Muslim World

The course is on 10 consecutive Saturday mornings beginning Saturday March 19, 2016 through Saturday May 21, 2016, starting promptly at10:00 AM for two hours each morning.

This is a 10-week course and each week builds on the ones before, and so please be prepared to attend each week.

For questions or to register please contact Noor Phillips at 215-932-4766 (call or text) or via email: NoorPhillips@gmail.com

Location
Zubaida Foundation - 855 Big Oak Rd, Lower Makefield Twp

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6:30 pm Quakertown Bully Prevention Support Group

Youth and parent groups meet to support the targets and their families through a weekly group meeting. Facilitators identify skills that are carried out in the teen sessions and the parent sessions. Skills include: assertive versus aggressive behavior, setting boundaries, responding vs reacting, and communicating to empower children facing challenging situations.

An intake meeting is necessary before joining the group. Please call The Peace Center 215-750-7220 ext. 13 to arrange.

Note: this group is currently inactive – please call if interested in this location.

Location
Upper Bucks YMCA

7:00 pm Fighting Terrorism

Description

Location
Lutheran Church of God's Love, 791 Newtown-Yardley Rd, Newtown, PA

Instructor
Janessa Gans Wilder

6:30 pm Langhorne Bully Prevention Support Group

Youth and parent groups meet to support the targets and their families through a weekly group meeting. Facilitators identify skills that are carried out in the teen sessions and the parent sessions. Skills include: assertive versus aggressive behavior, setting boundaries, responding vs reacting, and communicating to empower children facing challenging situations.

An intake meeting is necessary before joining the group. Please call The Peace Center 215-750-7220 ext. 13. to arrange.

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10:00 am Understanding Islam

Description

Interfaith Community of Lower Bucks (ICLB), Zubaida Foundation, along with CAIR- Philadelphia (Council on American Islamic Relations) are proud to present a 10-part series entitled “Understanding Islam and Muslims through History and Jurisprudence”.

This course approaches Islam from a historical and scriptural perspective, covering the foundations of the religion and then building on the economic, political and cultural institutions that arose in Muslim societies. It covers the Golden Age of Muslim civilization and then discusses its decline. Contemporary issues faced by Muslims and Muslim societies will be covered. A final unit will be the involvement of the U.S. in the Muslim world and its ramifications.

The Schedule is below.

Week        Topic

  1. Religious Beliefs and Practices
  2. Continued … Sources of Jurisprudence
  3. Jesus in the Qur’an
  4. Islamic Political and Economic System
  5. Gender & Islam
  6. The Golden Age
  7. Post Golden Age: Decline and Reform Movements and US Involvement in the Muslim World
  8. Post Golden Age: Decline and Reform Movements and US Involvement in the Muslim World
  9. Islam and the Theology of Power
  10. Contemporary Challenges in the Muslim World

The course is on 10 consecutive Saturday mornings beginning Saturday March 19, 2016 through Saturday May 21, 2016, starting promptly at10:00 AM for two hours each morning.

This is a 10-week course and each week builds on the ones before, and so please be prepared to attend each week.

For questions or to register please contact Noor Phillips at 215-932-4766 (call or text) or via email: NoorPhillips@gmail.com

Location
Zubaida Foundation - 855 Big Oak Rd, Lower Makefield Twp

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6:30 pm Quakertown Bully Prevention Support Group

Youth and parent groups meet to support the targets and their families through a weekly group meeting. Facilitators identify skills that are carried out in the teen sessions and the parent sessions. Skills include: assertive versus aggressive behavior, setting boundaries, responding vs reacting, and communicating to empower children facing challenging situations.

An intake meeting is necessary before joining the group. Please call The Peace Center 215-750-7220 ext. 13 to arrange.

Note: this group is currently inactive – please call if interested in this location.

Location
Upper Bucks YMCA

6:30 pm Langhorne Bully Prevention Support Group

Youth and parent groups meet to support the targets and their families through a weekly group meeting. Facilitators identify skills that are carried out in the teen sessions and the parent sessions. Skills include: assertive versus aggressive behavior, setting boundaries, responding vs reacting, and communicating to empower children facing challenging situations.

An intake meeting is necessary before joining the group. Please call The Peace Center 215-750-7220 ext. 13. to arrange.

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10:00 am Understanding Islam

Description

Interfaith Community of Lower Bucks (ICLB), Zubaida Foundation, along with CAIR- Philadelphia (Council on American Islamic Relations) are proud to present a 10-part series entitled “Understanding Islam and Muslims through History and Jurisprudence”.

This course approaches Islam from a historical and scriptural perspective, covering the foundations of the religion and then building on the economic, political and cultural institutions that arose in Muslim societies. It covers the Golden Age of Muslim civilization and then discusses its decline. Contemporary issues faced by Muslims and Muslim societies will be covered. A final unit will be the involvement of the U.S. in the Muslim world and its ramifications.

The Schedule is below.

Week        Topic

  1. Religious Beliefs and Practices
  2. Continued … Sources of Jurisprudence
  3. Jesus in the Qur’an
  4. Islamic Political and Economic System
  5. Gender & Islam
  6. The Golden Age
  7. Post Golden Age: Decline and Reform Movements and US Involvement in the Muslim World
  8. Post Golden Age: Decline and Reform Movements and US Involvement in the Muslim World
  9. Islam and the Theology of Power
  10. Contemporary Challenges in the Muslim World

The course is on 10 consecutive Saturday mornings beginning Saturday March 19, 2016 through Saturday May 21, 2016, starting promptly at10:00 AM for two hours each morning.

This is a 10-week course and each week builds on the ones before, and so please be prepared to attend each week.

For questions or to register please contact Noor Phillips at 215-932-4766 (call or text) or via email: NoorPhillips@gmail.com

Location
Zubaida Foundation - 855 Big Oak Rd, Lower Makefield Twp

1:00 pm Film Screening: The Canary Effect

For more information, click here.

Location
The Peace Center