The center noted that the Swedish government has lifted some of the restrictions as of June 1.
Hence, it said, public programs can be held with the participation of maximum 50 people in closed venues and 500 individuals in open spaces.
Starting from Thursday, June 3, the weekly programs of the center are organized in-person with the observation of the health protocols, it added.
They include daily congregational prayers as well as recitation of the Kumayl Supplication and religious speeches on Thursdays, the center said.
It also noted that courses on reading the Quran and Tajweed will be organized in-person every Friday evening.
The Imam Ali (AS) Islamic Center holds various religious and cultural programs throughout the year for Muslims residing in Stockholm and nearby cities.