Religious Advice / Counselling
Muslims turn to the mosque for help and advice in all matters of their day-to-day life. The Majid Al-Qudus' trained Imams advise and counsel on the many concerns of the community such as bereavement, cultural challenges, generational issues and matrimonial problems.
- Need some spiritual guidance?
- Have a question about Halal & Haram?
- Struggling with an issue of Fiqh?
- Looking for pre-marital advice?
- Having marital problems?
- Could use some help on Parenting issues?
- Feeling depressed or stressed?
Call +256-772-537138 to schedule a counselling session with Sheikh Yusuf Kitenda to discuss your issues/questions and seek guidance in light of the Holy Quran and Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).
Family Support Service & Counselling Clinic
This department deals with family problems and marital issues including divorce. It endeavours to resolve problematic issues as best as it can through mediation and counselling.
Islam Embracing Service
It is nearly every month that one or two individuals visit the mosque and request to accept the Declaration of Faith (Shahādah).
The procedure towards becoming a Muslim is very simple. All one has to do is to pronounce the Declaration of Islamic Faith. This, however, must be done with conviction of belief for it to be a valid acceptance of the faith and lifestyle that is Islam.
The mosque provides this convertion (Revertion) service and it is usually carried out by an Imam who speaks with individuals before assisting them in the Arabic transliteration of the Shahādah, which they then follow with the English translation and a description of the main articles of faith which they then choose to accept.
Literature and advice are made available to new Muslims and many return to learn more and all are welcome. A service teaching new Muslims about prayer is also available upon request.
Anyone wishing to accept Islam or just wishing to learn more may visit the mosque office during the week.