Faith traditions use the answering of prayers for rain as a Sign that God exists and that He does answer our prayers in times of need and distress.
Chino — Imam Mohammed Zafarullah from the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community’s Baitul Hameed Mosque in Chino will lead a special “Prayer for rain” on Sunday, May 3rd immediately following the 1:30pm Zuhr prayer.
Many members of the Ahmadiyya Mosque at 11941 Ramona Ave. will be there, and people of other faiths are also welcome to attend in this non-denominational prayer effort to call on God’s help and mercy in easing California’s years-long drought. An official interfaith “Prayer-for-Rain” event is tentatively set for Sat., June 20th as well.
Prayers to God in times of drought have been a fixture of religious life across all faiths since mankind first believed in a Higher Power. And faith traditions use the answering of prayers for rain as a Sign that God exists and that He does answer our prayers in times of need and distress.
Call 909-627-2252 for more information or to participate.
Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, a reformist and fast growing international revival movement within Islam, is now the largest organised Muslim community globally and makes an active contribution to civic life everywhere it is established. Founded in 1889, the Community spans over 206 countries and territories with membership exceeding 160 million.
Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA, established in 1920, is one of the first American-Muslim organization.