Scripture Reasoning: January

On January 19th, join us in an interfaith gathering of Muslims, Jews, and Christians through the Scriptural Reasoning program on Zoom. We will build fellowship and understanding across faiths through reading our holy scriptures together and engaging in breakout discussions of 9-12 participants each.

MCN Summit 2021: A Community Action Forum: Panel I: Meet & Greet with the Muslim Candidates Running for NYC City Council

Get to know nine of the Muslim candidates running for New York City Council at our annual summit event on Wednesday, February 10th at 1 pm, hosted with the American Pakistani Advocacy Group. Register here: Sponsored by: APNA, YAN, APAG, and EMGAGE MCN is bringing together key stakeholders of our community in a gathering […]

MCN Summit 2021: A Community Action Forum: Panel II: Learning Lessons from National Muslim Organizers and What’s Ahead in 2021

MCN's Summit is convening civic and thought leaders to help define a collective narrative on the Muslim American journey and future. We are so excited about our second panel: Learning from National Organizers and Thought Leaders. Gen Z is facing unprecedented political, social, and environmental turmoil. Join our panel discussion, specifically designed to spark conversation […]

MCN Summit 2021: A Community Action Forum: Summit Open Mic

As a finale to our 2021 Summit this Wednesday, February 10th, join us for an Open Mic from 6pm to 7:30pm. Over a dozen talented and passionate local performers will be joining us in a virtual celebration of art and the conclusion of a civically engaged day.

Scriptural Reasoning – February

MCN is co-sponsoring another Scriptural Reasoning gathering of Muslims, Jews, and Christians in which people of all three faiths will come together and build a cross-understanding and fellowship. Register here:

Black History Month with MCN

Want to learn more about the history and experiences of Black Muslims in the United States? Join us on Friday February 19 at 12PM EST. for a conversation with Dr. Sylviane Diouf, award-winning historian of the African Diaspora and author of Servants of Allah: African Muslims Enslaved in the Americas. Then at 6PM, hear from black Muslims about their experiences growing up […]

Muslim Women's Civic Forum: A Conversation with Abrar Omeish

On Monday March 22nd at 5:30 PM, hear from Abrar Omeish, a Muslim-American woman making history. Abrar is one of Virginia's youngest elected officials and the first Muslim woman to win a seat on the Fairfax County School Board. Register Here: