Wonderful interfaith showcase organized by Silver Sage Foundation. Silver Sage Volunteers served Noah’s pudding to people who attended Zuhr prayer at Masjid As-Sabur on Saturday.

After praying, the volunteers also served Noah’s Pudding to Nevada Housing Authority Complex and some homeless people in the neighborhood. Thank you to volunteers who prepared the event.

On August 19th, the Silver Sage Foundation’s Women Association hosted an event where they invited the women of Epiphany to Noah’s Pudding Event in order to serve Noah’s pudding to all attendees and share the spirit of peace and collaboration.

It was a great evening, with a strong sense of sisterhood pervading the entire space. We are grateful for the opportunity to spend time with our sisters. Hoping to reunite again under the same umbrella to celebrate and appreciate our unity!

History of Noah’s Pudding

In anecdotal history, it is claimed that when Noah’s Ark came to rest on Mount Ararat, Prophet Noah’s family celebrated with a special dish. Since their supplies were nearly exhausted, what was left (primarily grains, dried fruits and the like) was cooked together to form a pudding, what is now called ashure.

We partnered up with Nevada’s Mercy & Care and Embrace Relief to distribute meat packages for the people in need in Las Vegas.

Eid al Adha is a time of helping others and co-operation, Silver Sage Foundation strives to make our community a better place by being a force of charity and help. So that’s the perfect time for us to do whatever we can for people who are in need around us.

We would like to thank all our donors, Mercy & Care and Embrace Relief for this great effort.

We hosted our friends from Las Vegas Epiphany Episcopal Church for an iftar dinner at our location. It was a beautiful evening with delicious meals and warm conversations.

It was the last iftar event for Silver Sage Foundation’s 2022 Ramadan month. And it was great to break our fasts at a gathering that established bridges and based upon interfaith dialogue.

We would like to thank our volunteers for the fantastic meals. We also thank to Epiphany Episcopal Church and all of the valuable participants.

LVMPD Summerlin Area Command opened its doors to the Muslims in Las Vegas for a wonderful iftar dinner on the 27th of April. It was a significant night as it was the Night of Power (Laylat Al Qadr). As Silver Sage Foundation, we provided support to the event with our volunteers.

It was great to see different Islamic communities of our city coming together for sharing love and food. We also learned how LVMPD strives to make positive changes in our community. It was a great event for dialogue between different groups of our society.

We would like to extend our thanks to LVMPD Summerlin Area Command, Capt. Dave Sims, Imam Mujahid Ramadan, our volunteers and all guests.



We hosted an interfaith iftar dinner at our location on the 23rd of April. We had lots of visitors from a variety of religions. Our guest of honor was Dr. Craig Considine.

Dr. Considine gave a wonderful speech on the common points between Christianity and Islam. He emphasized on the importance of interfaith.

We would like to thank all of the volunteers and guests.

Silver Sage Foundation hosted an intrafaith iftar dinner at its location. We came together and broke our fasts with our Muslim friends from the Las Vegas Islamic community. It was great to see so many old faces and also to meet plenty of new friends.

You can watch Dr. Lubna Anwar’s comments on the iftar dinner at our Youtube channel:

We would like to thank to our volunteers who prepared delicious meals for the evening and organized the event. Also a huge thanks to all participants who brought love and joy to our place.

We invited our friends at the Muslim Student Association (MSA) of University of Las Vegas for an iftar dinner at our location on April 17th, 2022. It was a lovely night as we got together with some old friends and met with plenty of new faces of our Las Vegas community.

We would like to thank our volunteers who enriched the iftar with their delicious meals and desserts. A huge thanks to MSA and other guests for their participation.

Silver Sage Foundation hosted an iftar for the high school students in Las Vegas from various religions. We gathered on the 9th of April to celebrate an iftar dinner together and reinforce relationship between different religions.

The Interfaith Council of Southern Nevada also participated in the iftar and honored us with their presence. We had various speakers from them and their enlightening speeches gave important lessons to the high school youth in the audience.

There were plenty of non-Muslim high school students who tried fasting for the iftar and they expressed their surprise in finding that fasting is not as hard as they thought. They also stated how much joy they felt spiritually.

We would like to thank to all volunteers who realized this wonderful event, participants, The Interfaith Council of Southern Nevada and Teen Project of Silver Sage Foundation.

Imam Mujahid Ramadan’s Interfaith and Intercultural Dialogue Radio Show aired its newest episode on April 2nd, 2022. The topic was titled ‘Fasting and the Spiritual Transformation.’ As always, the show was aired on KCEP 88.1 FM and sponsored by Silver Sage Foundation.

This month’s esteemed guests were Colby Jeffers (Baha’i, Rapper, Film Producer and Educator), Frank C Rodarte Jr. (President of Enumclaw Washington Stake’s Nevada, Las Vegas Mission), and Imam Abdel J. Nuriddin (Owner of Genesis Health & Nutrition Center. Columnist and Speaker).

Imam Ramadan opened the show by emphasizing on the importance of this year as major holidays of the Abrahamic religions converged roughly around the same time. The month of Ramadan, the season of Easter, and Passover coincided with each other in 2022’s March-April. He claimed that it is the perfect season for interfaith dialogue and understanding. He also spared some time to give special prayers to the people in Ukraine. As it’s the beginning of the month of Ramadan, the discussion started with Colby Jeffers’ rap music titled ‘The Fast.’ Even though the music was produced for the Baha’i faith’s fasting, the lyrics can be easily applied to most of the other major religions. This fact was used by Imam Ramadan as a starting point as fasting is one of the universally practiced forms of worship.

Jeffers described how fasting is prescribed in the holy scripture of Baha’i faith. It’s a way of observing God’s beauty and come closer to it. There are both spiritual and physical benefits even though it’s a bit difficult practice.

Rodarte Jr. continued the subject by describing how fasting is a part of the Church of Jesus Christ – Latter Day Saints. He quoted from the scripture how fasting helps people to break free of their physical needs and animalistic instincts. Fasting is also important as it encourages believers to help the people in need.

Imam Nuriddin delved into the topic by explaining the importance of fasting in Islam. He described how hard was it to practice for the first Muslims as they did this under blazing sun and burning sands. He quoted from the Quran that the month of Ramadan is the time in which the devil is chained and the possibility of doing good deeds is increased.

These were just the beginning remarks in this long and bountiful discussion. We advise everyone listen to the 1-hour long show to learn all about fasting in Baha’i faith, Christianity and Islam. It was also remarkable to hear the importance, different meanings and benefits of the practice called fasting.

We would like to thank Imam Ramadan for yet another great discussion. Special thanks to the honorable guests for their invaluable contributions. To get the latest updates on the future episodes, please follow our social media channels.

If you like to listen to the awesome rap song ‘The Fast’ buy Colby Jeffers, here is a link to the video: