Class Curriculum

This 8-week class is focused on spiritual development for 7-year olds. Developed by Rabata, this unique program focuses on belief, character development, and value systems by learning about forgiveness, mercy, compassion, and the Oneness of God. It is also supported by stories from the life of the Prophet Muhammad (s), his companions, and other prophets mentioned in the Quran. It encompasses age appropriate songs, activities, interactive classes, and games. Some of the topics that are covered in this class are:

  • How do Muslims celebrate Ramadan? How does fasting help us grow patience?

  • What are all the steps of the prayer? How do we talk to Allah?

  • What are some ways we celebrate Eid?

  • How does the Quran help us develop our spiritual heart?

  • How does Allah communicate with us? What is a Prophet? Who was Muhammad?

  • What happens at Hajj? How can we celebrate pilgrimage at home?

Class Day & Time

Sundays 10:30 - 11:30 am CST

Session Dates: March 19th - May 28th

Ramadan & Eid Break: April 16th & 23rd

Class will resume on: April 30th

Please note: 

1. This class is designed for boys who are currently 7-years old 

2.  For the privacy and protection of all our students, classes are NOT recorded. Students must attend live sessions. 

3. Program Policy: Once the session begins, NO refunds are allowed. 

Registration Fee


Michelle Sekusky is a student of traditional Islamic education under the guidance of Shaykha Dr. Tamara Gray. Within the Ohio community, Michelle served on the board of the Noor Islamic Cultural Center and actively volunteered with local masjid committees. As an accomplished songwriter and vocalist, Michelle is passionate about using music to connect women to their faith through nasheed and singing. Currently, she is a proud member of the Twin City Women’s Choir and serves on the board of Her Voice Productions. Michelle is also the Rabata Cultural Center Manager and contributes to Rabata’s Convert Care program. In 2022, she obtained her ijaza in the 40 Hadith of Imam an-Nawawi. Recently, she joined the speakers and board of the Islamic Resource Group (IRG), where she educates the wider community about Islam.

Anse Michelle Sekusky