MCNJ works closely with Masjid Al-wali to provide funeral services as would be needed by the community. MCNJ assists in getting burial plots at Marlboro Muslim Cemetery and offering Namaaz-e-Janazaah at the Masjid.
MCNJ encourages the community to donate generously for various causes and help fulfill your obligations towards the community.
MCNJ is registered under 501c(3) non-profit organization and all donations made for various causes will be tax deductible.
Family life is the building block of a successful society, and marriage is an occasion of great joy in the Muslim community. MCNJ facilitates the solemnization of an Islamic contract of marriage.
MCNJ strives to maintain its current facility at Fords and also is looking for neighboring places to expand. More so if we get a larger place to relocate, we can as well. Suggestions are always welcome.
The MCNJ Islamic Sunday School is committed to providing students with excellent quality Islamic education according to the Quran and the Sunnah, based on high moral and ethical values in an Islamic environment.
Regular prayers are conducted 5 times a day by our Imaams and 2 Jumaah khutbahs on every Friday as per the schedule published on monthly basis. During Ramadhan, Taraweeh Prayers are conducted by trained Huffaaz, followed by Qiyam-ul-lail and other enriching programs/activities.
A number of individuals and families are embracing Islam around us and at MCNJ as well, Ma Sha Allah. MCNJ provides support and holds discussions for supporting new Muslim brothers and sisters before and after they solemnly pronounce their Shahadah.
Community members can reach our Imaam’s personally in the Masjid or by seeking their appointment to meet in their office for discussions on specific matters. Imaam’s are available to guide our Community on Religious and Spiritual concerns and issues.
The fundamental services MCNJ provides are counselling and social work. This service is essential for our community. Counselling is provided for an array of matters including family disputes, marriage counselling, mediation, and information sessions for both groups and individuals.
Ramadhan is a holy month of worship, study of The Quran, prayers and fasting. MCNJ organizes a number of programs and events for the community to benefit in terms of knowledge. MCNJ organizes prayers for Taraweeh and Qiyam-ul-Lail by trained Huffaz, concluded by Khatam Quran on one of the odd nights towards the end of month of Ramadhan. Eid Prayers are organized at a local park or Community Hall to celebrate the conclusion of Ramadhan.
MCNJ organizes Islamic programs/lectures by our Imaam’s and guest speakers on Social, cultural and religious topics. They are well received by our community and help in enriching Islamic knowledge and clarifying common misconceptions. Friday evening program is well known as the Family night program followed by Dinner, it helps get the community closer especially the youth.