How to Pray (Salaah)

Course Overview

A Muslim is obliged to offer compulsory prayers five times a day. This course assists the person who has no previous knowledge of prayer to learn the words, rules and actions of prayer. This course designed to run over a period of six sessions to give time to remember the words at the end of each session such that one line is learnt each day for the week. The words learnt are then used in the following session.

Target Audience

This course is tailored to people who have recently embraced Islam. No previous knowledge is required. Priority would be given to New Muslims, and those who have attended our introduction to Islam course.

Course Content

  • The preconditions of prayer, including hygiene and purity
  • The timings and units of prayers
  • Actions during individual and congregation prayers
  • Recitation during the prayer
  • Issues which may nullify the prayer and common errors
  • Jumu’ah and Witr Prayer

Course Cost

Our courses are free, but donations are always welcome as they allow us to continue offering courses.



 

Overview

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Opening Supplication

An opening supplication used by the prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) before giving lectures.

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About Reverts Academy
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About this Course

Welcome to our 'Introduction to Islam' Course!

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Overview of the Course
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Transliteration

Lesson 1

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Theory: Worship in Islam
2
Virtues of Salaah
3
Pre-conditions of Salaah
4
Names of Salaah & their Times
5
Prayer Units (Rak’at)
6
Lesson 1: Words to Learn

Lesson 2

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Theory: Purification – Wudu
2
Theory: Performing the Salaah – Starting
3
Lesson 2: Words to Learn

Lesson 3

1
Theory: Purification – Ghusl
2
Theory: Performing the Salaah
3
Lesson 3: Words to Learn

Lesson 4

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Theory: Purification – Menstruation
2
Theory: Performing the Salaah – Ending
3
Theory: Correcting Mistakes
4
Lesson 4: Words to Learn

Lesson 5

1
Theory: Praying in Congregation
2
Theory: Witr
3
Theory: Jumu’ah
4
Theory: Prayer of the Traveller

Summary

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Enrolled: 13 students
Duration: Over 5 Weeks
Lectures: 26
Video: Short videos in sections
Level: Beginner