Activities and ScheduleJumu'ah Prayer: Friday 1 P.M.
DemographicsAll age groups worship at the center. There are more men than women. Arabic and English are spoken at the mosque. The ethnic population is mostly African-American, but occasionally some Arabs show up for service. There are Arabic language classes taught on certain days every week.
DescriptionThere are three rooms in the building. On one side of the building there is a room for woman to place their shoes, and on the other side a room for men to put their shoes. The two rooms for the men and women on the opposite sides lead to a larger main room where services take place. The center was first a doctor's office, then a doctor's office and a mosque. Later it was a mosque and school, but the school closed down six years ago due to lack of funding.
Research by:Ashante' Thompson 1/2002
Religious Leader and Title
Abdul Pasha, John Rammadan (Imams)
About 50 members
African American and some Arabs
Affiliation with Other Communities/Organizations
There is a church of Daddy Grace [United House of Prayer for All People] up the street. The mosque participates with the church fundraisers. When the church has food and clothing drives, the mosque supplies food and clothes.