Congregational Prayer Times (Iqama)
As of Sunday, March 10, 2019:
|Fajr||6:15 AM||6:15 AM|
|Duhr||1:30 PM||1:30 PM|
|Asr||5:30 PM||5:00 PM|
|Maghreb||5 mins past sunset||Exact|
|Isha||8:45 PM||8:45 PM|
|1st Jumuaa||1 – 1:30 PM||1:05-1:35 PM|
|2nd Jumuaa||2 – 2:30 PM||N/A|
|Address||517 Weidman Rd, Ballwin, MO 63011||3843 W Pine Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63108|
|Phone #||(636) 394-7878||(314) 531-8646|
Daily Prayer Entry Time (Fajr 18 degrees, Isha 15 degrees, Asr: Standard)
Please note that some mosques might use different calculation methods for prayer entry times.
Our Response to the attack on New Zealand masajed:
The Islamic Foundation Of Greater St. Louis condemns the terrorist attack in two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. We are sickened by the depravity of the perpetrator.The innocent people were targeted during the Friday congregational prayers; 49 faithful lost their lives and many are injured. The criminal, a white supremacist, live streamed the horrific attack. The world is shocked at the decadence of humanity and misuse of social media.We are alarmed at the rise of bigotry and attacks at the places of worship all over the world; a single human life lost is too many, no matter which religion or race he/she belongs to.We stand with community of Christchurch and send our prayers and thoughts. We stand against bigotry, hatred and terrorism. Collectively the world can fight the hate anywhere.Ghazala Hayat,Chair Public Relations CommitteeIslamic Foundation Of Greater St. Louis
Also, on the day of our Jumah prayer, March 15, our community held a special dua for the victims and their families alongwith a press conference with several representatives from the faith community in attendance.
THANK YOU to everyone who came to our masjed, including young children, thank you for the prayers, phone calls, flowers and messages. We are blessed to have you as our friends. It’s important to note that we are far more alike than we are different. Together, we must stand against hatred and racism and leave this world in good hands for the future generation.
As long as good people stand together, hatred doesn’t have a chance.
UNITED WE ARE STRONGER. BETTER.
GOOD = 1
BAD = 0
Members of the Muslim community were honored for their services with the Malachi Award at Temple Israel January 18, particularly for Salam Clinic, Muslim Community Services in St. Louis that offers free medical services in the greater St. Louis area. A check of $5,000 was presented to the members as a group. For more information on Muslim-run clinics, see this page.
Meet Our Mufti & Imams
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