Serving the Muslim community of Hawaii for over 50 years.
The following is an invitation from the brothers and sisters of the MSA at UH Manoa:
Assalam Alaikum, You are cordially invited to join us for the Muslim Student Association at UH Manoa's Fall Kick-off Symposium and Networking Session. Scheduled for Friday, September 15, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. This gathering promises delicious cuisine, an update on MSA's recent initiatives, and an opportunity to connect with fellow community members.
We are privileged to host Dr. Ismail Elsheik, who will shed light on the profound humanistic attributes, lifestyle, and personal journey of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Through his insights, we hope to draw lessons that can guide and enhance our academic, professional, and personal lives.
We welcome all - students, faculty, and community members. The event will be held in the Art building, room 132, 2535 McCarthy Mall, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822. Registered attendees will receive a map and parking details closer to the event date. Kindly RSVP at:
https://forms.gle/jWQfF13G3dNQnmDd9Date & time: Friday, September 15, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.Venue: Art building, room 132, 2535 McCarthy Mall, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822
We are looking forward to your gracious presence.
Assalamu Alaikum dear brothers and sisters,
The Muslim Association of Hawaii is shocked and saddened by the devestation and losses caused by the fires on Maui. On behalf of MAH we extend our deepest sympathy to the families who lost a loved one and we pray that their hearts and souls find peace and comfort. While the fire destroyed everything in its path, not even this tragic disaster can destroy our compassion, courage, hope and desire to help those in need. As such, MAH stands strong, supportive, and ready to assist our community that is affected by this tragedy and we encourage and urge you to participate by donating to MAH. 100% of what we collect for this cause will be sent to the approved organizations on the ground.
Due to our capacity, we are only taking monetary donations at this time. If you live on Maui and are affected by this tragedy or if you’d like to donate food or goods, here are some useful tips:
Residents who are looking for food, water, shelter and neccisities can visit the following locations below:
King’s Cathedral Maui.
777 Maui Veteran’s Highway in Kahului
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Kahului
1300 Maui Lani Parkway in Kahului
Oskie Rice Arena is for farm and ranch animals only.
Olinda Road in Makawao
Hawaii Convention Center (Oahu): 1801 Kalākaua Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815; (808) 943-3500
Maui High School, 660 Lono Avenue in Kahuluil; (808) 727-4000
Hannibal Tavares Community Center; 91 Pukalani Street in Pukalani; (808) 572-8122
War Memorial Complex; 700 Halia Nakoa Street in Wailuku; (808) 270-7389
For Shelter information or updates, please email: Denise.Everhart@Redcross.org
LOOKING FOR SOMEONE?
If you need assistance locating a missing loved one due to the current disaster:
Please call 1-800-RED-CROSS (1-800-733-2767) and select Option 4.
Follow the voice prompts for "Hawaii Wildfires."
Provide as much detail as possible to assist us in potentially locating your missing loved one.
FEMA Individual and Families Assistance: https://www.fema.gov/assistance/individual
Child Care Services for Maui Families: CALL 808-961-3169, https://humanservices.hawaii.gov/blog/list-of-child-care-options-for-maui-families-affected-by-the-recent-fires/
AMERICAN RED CROSS at EMAIL: Masscare@redcross.org
WAR MEMORIAL COMPLEX WAILUKU
700 Halia Nakoa Street in Wailuku
BINHI AT ANI COMMUNITY CENTER KAHULUI
780 Onehee Ave, Kahului, HI 96732
AMERICAN RED CROSS VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
AMERICAN RED CROSS VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Proactive Evacuations are in place by Maui County fire officials for residents in the following locations:
Holopuni and Pulehi roads in Kula
Lahaina Bypass areas on the west side, as well as Piʻiholo and Olinda roads, Kulalani Drive and Kulalani Circle subdivision in Upcountry, and the Kula 200 and Hanamu Road areas.
ROAD CLOSURES: (check with authorities for updates)
•Kahekili Hwy/Waihee school
(local traffic only)
•Lower Kimo/Haleakala Hwy blocking traffic to Kula/Haleakala
Jazaakom Allah Kheir,
MAH Execeutive Committee
The Muslim Association of Hawaii provides a safe, comfortable environment for its members and visitors to come together in the remembrance of Allah (SWT) through prayer, worship, and education. MAH is dedicated to promoting tolerance, mutual understanding, social justice, and civic responsibility to help nurture and establish Islam as a living reality in the lives of Muslims in Hawaii, making positive contributions to our State and the world around us.
“Whoever goes to the Masjid in the morning and evening, Allah will prepare for him a place in Jannah for every morning and evening.”
Prayer, or Salat, is a critical component of our religion as it serves as a regular reminder of our duties and purpose. The Masjid is open every day for the five daily prayers.
Marriage (Nikkah), is a Prophetic tradition that has certain requirements. The Muslim Association of Hawaii offers marriage counseling and is licensed to perform marriage ceremonies.
We offer assistance in making funeral arrangements and will guide you through the entire Islamic funeral process.
We operate various youth programs to help children in our community develop leadership and communication skills, and become champions of truth.
We run programs and workshops to help our community nurture Islamic knowledge and learn more about our beautiful religion and its principles.
The Muslim Association of Hawaii hosts programs catered exclusively to women, such as the weekly Halaqa that takes place on Saturdays.