• Abstract

    This research aims to uncover and analyze the concepts and strategies for empowering the people's economy through the management of the Al-Falah Sragen pilot Mosque from the Maqasid Sharia perspective. This study uses qualitative methods with descriptive, sociological, and normative approaches. The research was located at the Al-Falah Mosque in Sragen, Central Java, Indonesia, the second pilot Mosque after the Jogokariyan Mosque in Yogyakarta. Data collection techniques by direct interviews with sources at the al-Falah Mosque, observation, and documentation. The study results show that the economic empowerment of the people around the Al-Falah Mosque has several appropriate management strategies, including 1). This Mosque has a clear vision and mission; 2). The distribution of neat Mosque management, 3). Solid Ta’mir organization, 4). Integrated MSME (micro small and Medium Enterprises) development. With these various strategies, the existence of this Mosque will be prosperous and beneficial for Indonesian Muslims in general and the community around the Al-Falah Mosque in Sragen in particular. While the economic empowerment activities of the Al-Falah Mosque in Sragen vary, including: 1). Religious studies, 2). Learning to read the Koran, 3). Tahsin qiro'ah, 4). Dhikr together, 5). Distribution of groceries, and 6) Incidental training, which makes the Al-Falah Mosque's breadwinner community continue to grow. In addition, from a Sharia point of view, all economic empowerment activities for the Al-Falah Sragen Mosque are by the Maqasid Sharia conceptualized by As-Syatibi, namely, to safeguard religion, property, soul, lineage, and honor.

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