In Islam, marriage is a legal contract between two people. Marriage (nikah) is a solemn and sacred social contract between the bride and groom. 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. The Nikah is the Sunnah of our Prophet (SAW). Want to know the Components of an Ideal Islamic Marriage.
Interested individuals may contact ISGVF for Imam to preside over the Nikah (Wedding Ceremony). Imam Abadallah Ahmad is available to perform the Nikah Ceremony at ISGVF or an outside location for a fee.
At ISGVF, Nikah may be performed in the Main Prayer Hall (Upper Level) or in the Activity Hall (Lower Level) of the Main Building.
Only the Nikah ceremony is permitted in the Main Prayer Hall. All other religiously permitted activities may take place in Activity Hall.
The Main Prayer Hall has chairs to accommodate seniors and people with a Handicap who have difficulty sitting down. All other guests are requested to follow prayer hall tradition of comfortably sitting down on the carpeted floor during the ceremony.
The Main Prayer Hall is divided for Men & Women, a light screen curtained section accommodates the Women’s area.
Those who wish ISGVF Imam to preside over their Marriage Ceremony must download the Application form and submit all the required information at least two weeks before the scheduled Ceremony. Please note that a valid Civil Marriage License must be submitted with the application.
Refer to ISGVF calendar on website for availability. Additional information may be obtained by:
– e-mail inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org or Office@ISGVF.com
– Completing the Application for Marriage Ceremony (Download : ISGVF Application for Marriage Ceremony )