Family Camp 4-7 October 2019

A camp for the whole family, in a nurturing and positive Islamic environment?

The long weekend in the October 2019 school holidays will be loaded with:

  • Daily Islamic lessons by Shaykh Ahmed Abdo
  • Basketball, tennis, mini golf, table tennis and more sports
  • Prayers and adhkar in congregation
  • Family time and relationship building activities
  • Registrations opening soon for parents, children and grandparent
  • Each family will be allocated their own, private room

QUL College 2019

NOTICE: QUL College resumes on Friday 26 July 5pm and Saturday 27 July 2019 at 8am.

QUL College Dates for Term 3, 2019

FRIDAYS 5:00pm to 7:30pm

Starts: Friday 26 July 2019

Last Day: Friday 27 September 2019

SATURDAYS 8:00am to 12:00pm

Starts: Saturday 27 July 2019

Last Day: Saturday 28 September 2019


We are taking registrations for QUL College 2019. If you are interested in enrolling your children aged 5 to 16, fill in the below form. This year, we are offering students the option of enrolling in Friday OR Saturday. Please be aware that for some classes, we currently have a waiting list.

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Oh My Lord – 15+ Teens Islamic Classes

This class is now CLOSED

INTERACTIVE ISLAMIC CLASSES

REGISTER FOR FREE HERE

FOR TEENAGERS AGED 15+

SEGREGATED ROOMS

FOR BOYS AND GIRLS

FACILITATED BY SHAYKH AHMED ABDO

EVERY THURSDAY 6:00PM TO 6:45PM

STARTS 14 FEBRUARY 2019

8 WEEK PILOT PROGRAM

REGISTER FOR FREE HERE

Program Objectives

✔︎ To engage teenagers with their Islamic faith

✔︎ To extract relevant issues from the minds of teenagers

✔︎ To provide solutions to challenges faced by teenagers

✔︎ To grant teenagers insight into the beauty and depth of Islam

Questions we will cover:

▶︎ What are your challenges in being Muslim in a modern day society?

▶︎ Why does religion limit my freedom as an individual?

▶︎ Although I come from a Muslim family, there are times when I feel like I just don’t connect to my faith. Is that normal?

▶︎ If Allah has already decreed everything that happens, then how is it fair that we are punished for sins and disbelievers are destined to Hellfire?

▶︎ I know that I will come out like a new born baby without sins once I go to Hajj, so I’m going to live my life to the fullest now, and delay Hajj to when I reach 40. Is that ok?

▶︎ As long as I am not harming anyone else, I should be allowed to do whatever I feel like doing, shouldn’t I?

and many more