In 1954, a handful of immigrants on Chicago’s Southside established the Mosque Foundation of Chicago with the dream of building a structure to house the religious and cultural activities of their families. Today, that dream is reality as the Mosque Foundation has become one of the busiest mosques in America, serving a community of more than 50,000 Muslims..
The Mosque Foundation serves the spiritual, religious and communal needs of area Muslims by means of nurturing their faith, upholding their values, and fostering the well-being of the surrounding community through worship, charity, education, outreach, and civic engagement.
Forty years ago, the Mosque Foundation opened its doors and welcomed you, our great community. Today we stand together, stronger, more advanced, compassionate, productive, and
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