WHAT YOU’LL BE DOING
‘The Best of Stories’ Ramadan online course is the opportunity for sisters to discuss and share reflections on selected stories of the Quran. Instead of having to make the time to attend a live class, we will be discussing the stories first as a group, sharing lessons and gems. Then at the end of each week, a pre-recorded audio lesson, much like the ‘Best of Stories’ episodes, will be released. Inshallah, we’ll be covering one story from the Quran per week across the four weeks of Ramadan.
The course discussions will take place on a messaging and file-sharing platform for mobile and Mac/PC for easy access and faster sharing.
Weekly Audio lessons will be provided for you to listen to in your own time, and refer back to whenever you’d like.
There are no assignments, but attendees will be preparing by reading/watching/listening to the Tafseer (scholarly commentary) of the selected stories from the Quran before taking part in the discussion.
When does the next online course start?
It is open for attendees to access on Friday, May 26th, 2017 and runs for four weeks, ending on June 25th, 2017 inshallah.
What are the important dates and deadlines?
Registration closes on May 25th.
Who is delivering the course?
What can you tell us about her?
As the founder of Recite & Reflect, Sumayah aims to redefine the way the Quran is experienced. The mother of three knows firsthand the struggle of trying to understand the Quran and connect with it in a personal way. Since discovering the power of reflection, she has dedicated herself to teaching Quranic reflection, and making it simple and accessible to everyone.
Originally from the U.S., she moved to Egypt in the early 90’s. After 9 years in Cairo, she returned to the U.S. where she completed a B.Sc. in Biology and a Masters in Business Administration. Sumayah is holds a diploma in Usool At-Tafsir & Uloom Al-Quran (Fundamentals of Quranic Exegesis and Sciences of the Quran) and is studying Advanced Quranic Tafsir Studies with Shaykh Dr. Mohammad Akram Nadwi at the Cambridge Islamic College.
Where else can I learn more about Recite & Reflect?
Our website is at www.recitereflect.com/about
Our Facebook page is http://facebook.com/recite.reflect
Where does ‘The Best of Stories’ Ramadan online course take place?
Online, the access details will be shared with registered participants.
Are the live-classes?
No, this is a flexible self-paced discussion and audio based course for ease of access during the month Ramadan.
When is payment due?
Upon registration, enrollment can’t be confirmed without full payment.
What types of payment are accepted?
PayPal, Credit/Debit Cards.
Is financial aid available?
If you’re facing trouble affording the fees of the course get in touch by email to discuss the best way to accommodate you.
What is your refund policy?
Course enrollments are non-transferable and non-refundable. The content of the online course is only accessible during the 4 week period of enrollment, failure to participate in the period of enrollment is not grounds for a refund.
How can I sign up for this online course?
Purchase the course by adding it to your cart and checking out.
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