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.
In his book, Allah the Most High mentions that he allows His "houses" to be established throughout the earth. Houses of refuge, of sanctuary
Beginnings are times filled with promise and possibility. As summer melts into the fall, our families arrange for the beginning of the school year. Students
As Muslims, it is incumbent upon us to make every effort to meet life transitions with careful consideration and preparation. We rely first and
Have you ever felt that your performance in salah is reduced to mumbled words? Or that mindfulness and connectedness were absent during your prayer? Well,
Let us take this opportunity to reflect on a single verse from the Book of Allah. Allah ﷻ states in Surat An-Nahl, "Indeed, Allah orders
Give a Sadaqah Jariyah At the Mosque Foundation, part of our mission is to address the needs of every component of an American Muslim's life.
Every year, a discussion arises among families, friends, neighbors, and the community about the different ways to spend summer break. We need to engage in
We may become a little lost during our lives. Our sins accumulate into mountains, and our hearts become filled with impurities. We begin to stroll
Throughout His book, Allah the Most High has emphasized the importance of treating others with the utmost respect and kindness. He says, speaking of
"O you, who have believed, repent to Allah with sincere repentance. Perhaps your Lord will remove from you your misdeeds and admit you into gardens