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The Quran Learning Center is a non-profit 501(c)3 educational school founded in 2002 dedicated to teaching current and future generations Islamic knowledge. The Center is located in Detroit on the edge of Hamtramck, one of the largest and most diverse Muslim communities in Michigan. Alhamdulillah, the Quran Learning Center has grown substantially since 2002. In addition to being open for prayers five times a day, the Center now provides Quran, Tajweed, and Islamic studies programs after school and on weekends, summer intensives, social services, and support for new Muslims. We have also been able to expand our reach to the Ann Arbor, Canton, and Dearborn communities, offering weekly and weekend Quran classes there as well.
The Quran Learning Center has grown into a full-fledged community center serving young and old alike. We are constantly improving our current services and looking for ways to better serve our community for years to come. All of our success has been possible due to, first and foremost, the blessings of Allah, the generous and continued support of our community, and the tireless efforts of our teachers, staff, and volunteers.
To educate and prepare each generation with Islamic knowledge, to impart wisdom, and to build character based on the teachings of The Holy Quran and the Prophet Muhammad. (Pubh)
To teach our students how to properly read and recite the Quran using the rules of tajweed.
To empower our students with an understanding of the Quran and its application with which they will be able to lead an Islamic way of life.
To provide instruction in the memorization of Quran.
To teach a holistic Islamic Studies curriculum including, but not limited to, Aqeedah, Seerah, Fiqh,and Hadith.
To increase awareness of the rights, duties, and responsibilities of citizenship.
The central cause of the subsistence of the Quran Learning Center/ Mohammadia Madrasha (a non-profit organization), Inc. (QLC/Madrasha) is to make available for the children and adults of the Detroit inner city community a place for worship, Islamic education cultural activities, as well as after school, weekends and summer programs. The Madrasha would also serve as a means to home schooling.
It is a firm belief of this institution that by the children being aggressively involved in an activity, they are incapable of wasting their time and being involved in other useless quests, such as wandering the streets. It is a duty of all parents both morally and ethically to educate their children properly. No parent can give a better a gift to their children than education. Helping the unprivileged in the advancement of education, lessening of neighborhood tensions, elimination of prejudice and discrimination and combating community deterioration and juvenile delinquency is our aspiration.