A Journey with the Prophet
2-Day Youth Event during Fall Break 
Registration Has Launched!
3 Guests, 2 Days, Kids Only

Online registration has now launched for next week's 2-day youth program with 3 guest speakers. Next Monday and Tuesday, Shaykh Ubaydullah Evans and Shaykha Ieasha Prime will take children on a journey through the life and character of the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him. The 2-day program, hosted by CelebrateMercy, will take place at Annoor Academy on Monday and Tuesday, October 8-8
Please note that there are only spaces for the first 50 children who are registered online. Pre-registration is required and the registration form will close this Sunday. 
On both days, Knox County public schools are off for Fall Break while Annoor Academy is still in session. This will allow many of Knoxville's Muslim youth to benefit from an amazing learning opportunity. Annoor Academy students do not need to register online since they will automatically participate.
Kids between 1st and 12th grade may register; they will be divided into three learning groups: 1st & 2nd graders, 3rd to 5th graders, and 6th to 12th graders. Registration will only cost $20 per youth, covering both days. Lunch is also available for only $5 per day (children can also bring their own lunches).
See Details and Videos Below 
about the Program and Speakers:
About the Program
Learning to love the Prophet  from a young age is critical to living a life following his example. Through interactive stories by guest speakers, nasheeds with the guest performer, and craft-making activities, we will help youth of all ages fall deeply in love with the Prophet .  Lessons will focus on the Meccan phase of the Prophet's ﷺ life, interspersed with key lessons about his character and daily habits. The program will begin at 7.45 AM on both days. Lunch on each day also available for a nominal cost (pre-registration required).
Middle & High School Group
Sister Hosai Mojaddidi
Middle and high schoolers will enjoy two days of interactive Seerah lessons with renowned teacher Hosai Mojaddidi. Students will learn about the Medinan phase of the Prophet's life, from his journey to Medina until his passing. Lessons will be interactive with illustrated PowerPoint slides and question/answer discussions, interspersed with nasheeds by world-renowned singer Mouaz Al-Nass. View preview videos and learn more about Hosai and Mouaz below: 
Who is Hosai Mojaddidi?
Additional Speakers
Ieasha Prime
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Shaykha Ieasha Prime converted to Islam more than 20 years ago, after being an International Youth Ambassador to Morocco and Senegal. Since that time, she has spent her life as an educator, artist, activist and entrepreneur committed to the goal of empowering Muslim women to rise above their challenges to maximize their full potential of being female servants of Allah and vicegerents on this earth.
After having participated in several circles of knowledge in the US, Ieasha decided to pursue religious studies abroad.  She studied Arabic, Quran at the Fajr Institute and general Islamic studies in other institutes in Cairo, Egypt. After two years in Egypt, she moved to Hadramaut, Yemen and enrolled in Dar al Zahra, an Islamic University for Women. There she studied Aqeedah, Quran, Hadith, Arabic, Jurisprudence (Fiqh), Islamic law, Purification of the Heart and other religious related learning. Her lineage of scholarship from whom she received direct education can be traced directly back to the Prophet Muhammad (Salla Allahu alaihi wa Salaam) from Husseini lineage.  Under the tutelage of her professors, she has established several circles of knowledge and continues to teach and lecture across the United States and abroad.
Mouaz Al-Nass
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Mouaz Al-Nass of Syrian descent, was born in Saudi Arabia. He studied Inshad (religious poetry & songs) and Maqamat under foremost reciters in Syria. As expert singers and drummers, he has been involved in many musical performances in the USA, UK, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan and Saudi Arabia. 

Mouaz also studied Islamic studies under his father Shaykh Samir al-Nass. Shaykh Samir is a prominent scholar from Damascus who completed medical degrees in Syria and the United States but also mastered many Islamic sciences under prominent scholars in Syria, Saudi Arabia and Egypt. His father is presently a teacher at al-Fatih al-Islami University in Damascus and conducts learning programs regularly in England and North America.