The Youth Director's Page
All young people need social activities. Being around others in social environments can help develop them socially, emotionally, and spiritually. We provide healthy environments for young students to nourish their hearts and at the same time, relax and have a good time with their friends, in a good environment.
In our religion, being spiritually active is key. Reflecting, learning, and implementing the values we learn through our weekly Halaqas is a staple of what this youth program brings to high schoolers, college students, and young professionals.
In Islam, our Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) taught us that even if we cannot give charity in monetary value, we should work with our hands to give back. This aspect of our program ties in social and enrichment together because it allows us to give back together while having fun, and at the same time, implementing what we learn.
About the Youth Director
Br. Safi Khan is a graduate of the University of Memphis with a degree in Teacher Education and a minor in English and Youth Services. He has been serving as the Memphis Islamic Center's Youth Director since September of 2016 and also has been the Vice President of 901 Ummah since 2014. Working with the youth and young adults has been a passion of his since he was a college student, and becoming the youth and outreach director in his hometown of Memphis, TN was a perfect fit because of the trust and reliability he has built with the community. Br. Safi is also pursuing further Islamic education (Spirituality and Hadith & Ta'leem al Muta'allim) benefiting directly from Qalam Institute's Connect Program taught by Ustadh Abdelrahman Murphy and Imam Mikaeel Smith. He has also completed the Seerah Intensive course in Dallas, TX taught by Shaykh AbdulNasir Jangda.
Talking with community members about struggles in daily life is essential for a youth and outreach director. Every single Monday and Wednesday evening starting at 7 pm, Br. Safi holds office hours in which he talks in full confidentiality with teens, parents, and community members about struggles and issues we all struggle with. If you would like to contact Br. Safi about this specific service, please find the contact section below.
Lessons from Yusuf
Questions or Concerns
For any questions on the youth program, events, or to schedule an appointment for office hours please call the number provided or leave a brief email. Jazakallahu Khairan!
10225 Humphrey Rd, Cordova, TN
Tel: (901)- 231-9340 ext. 5
Diseases of the heart ft. Shaykh Yasir, Imam Anwar, and Br. Safi
Interfaith open house day at MIC
Interscholastic tournament in Nashville, TN.
Youth Seerah with a side of coffee