We serve Muslim teenagers in building their Muslim identity, connecting with the Masjid, bringing them closer to Allah and living Prophetically.
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Mission: EPIC Youth exists to serve Muslim teenagers in building their Muslim identity, connecting with the Masjid, bringing them closer to Allah and living Prophetically.
Vision: To prepare every youth in the East Plano community to become a confident, practicing Muslim and leader who is guided by Islam’s values and teachings.
Sisters Youth Coordinator
Sisters Representative I
Sisters Representative II
Outreach Chair I
Outreach Chair II
Theme: Building & Cultivating Relationships a.k.a. Suhbah. 'Abdullah bin Salam (RA) reported: I heard the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) saying, "O people, exchange greetings of peace (i.e., say salaam to one another), feed people, strengthen the ties of kinship, and be in prayer when others are asleep; you will enter Jannah in peace." [At-Tirmidhi]
3-5 minutes/day for 30 days from Nov 12th - Dec 11th.
Who: Primarily for youth ages 13-25, but anyone can benefit
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Who: IACC vs. EPIC Girls, ages 14-18
Where: Islamic Association of Collin County (IACC), indoor basketball court
Our primary focus is serving youth in middle and high school (ages 13-18). Most of our programs cater to this age group.
Secondarily we serve kids ages 9-12 (with the help of the EPIC Children's Committee) and college students ages 19-22. We occasionally have programs that cater to these age groups.
No, EPIC Youth does not have a formal membership. All youth who live in the East Plano community and attend EPIC are considered the general body of youth, and they may participate in EPIC Youth programs.
However, individual programs do usually have registration. You must register to attend that program.