SELF-CARE DURING COVID
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We pray you are all in the best of health and imaan bi’ithnillah!
Following advice from the university and SU, we have decided to suspend all official ISoc activity until further notice. This will include the Friday Jummah prayers and face-to-face events.
As of now, the prayer rooms are still open to public use, but do be sure to check for updates from the university regarding their continued usage.
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We urge everyone to take the necessary precautions to limit the spread of the virus. Being young and healthy (alhamdullilah) we may not be at direct risk of the virus’ effects, but each of us knows those who are elderly, or infants, or those who may be sick. Those are the people who would feel the brunt of its effects – and there may be consequences.
As Muslims, we must always look out for one another, as the hadith of the Prophet ﷺ goes: “None of you will believe until you love for your brother what you love for yourself.” [Bukhari, Muslim]. Make sure to check up on the elderly and more vulnerable in your community, and see how you can lend a hand!
We can appreciate that the past few days have been worrisome amid concerns of what the spread of COVID-19 means for us as students, and for our future. Everything that comes our way, good or bad, is a test from Allah SWT.
Let’s remember to put our trust in Him, and be patient during this taxing time. We know that, at the end of the day, what Allah SWT decrees will come to pass, and He SWT will only ever decree that which is best for us! “…and it may be that you dislike a thing which is good for you and that you like a thing which is bad for you. Allah knows but yo do not know.” [2: 216]
We can also use this newfound time that we have for a lot of good, a major one being the increased remembrance of Allah SWT. For “Verily, in the remembrance of Allah do hearts find rest.” [13:28]
Qur’an Week Cancelled
Check out the latest Jumm’ah Gems uploaded!
Discover Islam Week 2020
Discover Eman Week 2020
New ISoc Hoodies!
Join Us For Our Mental Health Events
ISoc Revision Lectures Confirmed!
Welcome to Charity Week 2019!
Welcome to Freshers 2019!
Prayer Room Location
The Islamic Society has a rich history at St George’s University. It is a society that tries to be as active as possible to bring about a positive student experience at St George’s. In the past six years, in order to recognise the efforts made and the several successes, the Islamic Society was awarded “Society of the Year” at the Student Union Awards Evening.
At the Islamic Society, we aim to facilitate the needs of those on campus, through events and opportunities which vary in nature! Be it religious events or non religious events, academic or social events, providing general welfare support or facilitating projects of charity work, there is something for everyone to get involved in!
We are a non-partisan society that has no affiliation with any particular group.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org (Headbrother) or email@example.com (Headsister) if you have any queries.
We look forward to seeing you at our events!
Congratulations on your A Level Results!
Check out the latest Jumm’ah Gems uploaded!
Make the most out of the first 10 days of Dhul Hijjah!
Make sure you come along for your last minute revision!
For the first time at St George’s, we welcome you all to The Ramadan Project!
Buy your new ISoc hoodie NOW!
Introducing the ALL NEW Qur’an Week!
Join us in the upcoming events during Discover Eman Week!
February Prayer Timetable Released
Come for a free hot drink and Semester 3 revision lectures tomorrow!
January Prayer Timetable Released
Joint Halaqah by Shaykh Yahya Raaby
Sign-Up to Give Revision Lectures!
It’s this time of the year! ISoc Academics presents to you the opportunity to teach, practice public speaking, and the chance to pass down your revision gems to the first and second years!
We will be holding our annual Semester 1 and Semester 3 revision lectures again this year, so make sure you sign up to this great opportunity!
November Prayer Timetable Released
Can’t Find The University Prayer Room?
Charity Week Events