Nikah

The marriage contract is signed in a Nikah ceremony, in which the groom or his representative proposes to the bride in front of at least two witnesses, stating the details. The bride and groom demonstrate their free will by repeating the word qabul (“I accept,” in Arabic) three times. Nikah is the Sunnah of our Prophet (SAW). Want to know the component Ideal Islamic Marriage Components of an Ideal Islamic Marriage

Interested individual may contact following Imams to perform Nikah (Wedding Ceremony) at ISGVF:

Dr. Mustafa Ahmed,
Director of Foundation for Islamic Education,
1860 Montgomery Ave. Villanova, PA 19085
Contact number: (610) 520-9624
e-mail address: info@fiesite.org

Imam Muhammad `Abdur-Razzaq Miller,
Imam at Bava Muhyudeen Fellowship,
6037 Overbrook Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19131-1224
Contact Number: (215) 879-6300
E-mail address: info@bmf.org

Nikah may be performed in main Prayer hall or in Activity Hall.

Only Nikah ceremony is permitted in Main Prayer Hall. All other religiously permitted activities may take place in Activity Hall. Main prayer Hall has chairs to accommodate people with Handicapped only. All other guests are requested to follow prayer hall tradition of comfortably sitting down on the carpeted floor during Nikah ceremony. Main prayer hall is divided for Men & Women, a light curtained section accommodates Women area.

Refer to ISGVF calendar on website for availability. Additional information may be obtained By:
· E-mail inquiry to council@isgvf.com
· Completing the Facility Use Form and mailing to ISGVF, P.O. Box 2261, Southeastern, PA 19399-2261
· Completing the Facility Use Form and e-mailing to ISGVF_Council@Yahoo.com