The HIC masjid, Masjid Ali, is named after Ali ibn Abi Talib who was the first among the youth to accept Islam at around 8 or 9 years of age and the second person after Khadija. He was also a cousin and son-in-law of our beloved Prophet Muhammad ﷺ and the fourth caliph of Muslims.
Masjid Ali RA will serve the and spiritual needs of the Muslim community regardless of age, gender, race, color, background, ethnicity, religiosity and mazhab (school of Islamic jurisprudence). The Masjid will render the following services on a regular basis:
- Provide services for: the five daily congregational prayers, Friday sermon, taraweeh and eid prayers.
- Facilitate various halaqas and educational programs by qualified scholars for the community on a daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly basis.
- Organize youth-overnight programs that will include imān boosting and moral uplifting talks, heart-to-heart discussions, coaching, fun activities, midnight snacks, and reflections.
- Host Open House on monthly basis or as needed to allow visitors from all communities to openly ask questions about Islam and give us a chance to get to know one another better.