Congregational Prayer Times (Iqama) Effective Nov 20, 2018

Fajr   6:00 AM   6:00 AM
Duhr   1:15 PM   12:45 PM
Asr  3:15 PM   3:30 PM
Maghreb   5 mins past sunset   Exact
Isha   8:00 PM   7:00 PM
1st Jumuaa   12 – 12:30 PM   12:45-1:30 PM
2nd Jumuaa  1 – 1:30 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.

Monthly Prayer Entry Time (Click)


Re: Synagogue attack, Pittsburgh, PA

The Islamic Foundation of Greater St. Louis condemns the despicable shooting this morning at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA. The Muslim community is horrified at this loss of life in the sanctuary of one’s place of worship. At least 11 precious lives are lost, many injured, few critically. Our brave law enforcement agencies apprehended the perpetrator and prevented further loss of human lives. Four police officers were also injured. We pray for speedy recovery for all. Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families.

Our nation has not yet recovered from the shock of explosive devices sent to many prominent leaders and politicians over the last few days. Today, again, we are at a loss to explain this senseless crime against worshippers who had gathered for “bris.”

We are dismayed at the discourse of some extremist factions in our nation who are intolerant of different points of view and of minorities. They are ripping apart the fabric of our society. The diversity of America is what makes it Great and serve as a beacon of light for the world. We have had many challenging times in the past, and we have turned over the pages of the dark chapters of our history. These intolerant views/ actions are dragging us to a low level. We have to join together to fight these dark forces against our values, democracy and humanity.


Statements by other organizations:

The Islamic Foundation of Greater St. Louis denounces and is dismayed by the Supreme Court decision to uphold Donald Trump’s travel ban on Muslim majority countries.  This is a dark day in US history when people are being discriminated based on their faith. Justice Sotomayor stated in her dissenting opinion, “The United States of America is a nation built upon the promise of religious liberty. Our founders honored that core promise by embedding the principle of religious neutrality in the First Amendment.”

The White House is claiming this is for national security; to majority of the world it is viewed as discriminatory and intolerance towards one of the major Abrahamic faiths. The Supreme Court’s decision starkly reminds the dark chapter in our history of Korematsu v. United States in 1944, justifying internment of Japanese Americans in the name of national security.  Our Supreme Court has taken steps backwards on a path of inclusivity devised by our forefathers and cherished by rest of the world as exemplary.

Banning people from these countries will have very little effect on “national security”; there is no data to prove that visitors/ immigrants from these Muslim majority countries were involved in terrorist activities on our soil. According to Justice Sotomayor this case was “inexplicable by anything but animus”.

Terrorism is a global issue and the best way to fight is with multinational collaboration. When we start singling out faiths, countries and ethnicities, we will lose partners in this fight. We are seen as intolerant and bigoted society.

Islamic Foundation appreciates many voices of support from different faith groups and organizations. We stand together to fight the surge in  intolerance in our country over the last 2 years, fomented by the leaders and leading to many hate crimes against Muslims, Jewish Community, African Americans, Latinos and many other minorities. We stand together to protect diverse communities and defend the constitutional rights. Prejudice, intolerance and inequitable treatment of human beings is against our constitution and moral values.

Ghazala Hayat, Chair, Public Relations Committee
Islamic Foundation of Greater St. Louis
517 Weidman Rd., Manchester MO 63011

Meet Our Mufti & Imams

Mufti Asif Umar
Mufti Asif Umar
Mufti & Imam

Mufti Asif Umar is the Mufti and Imam of the Islamic Foundation of Greater St. Louis. He is native of St. Louis. He has a degree in advanced Islamic studies and a master’s degree in Islamic jurisprudence. 

Hafiz  Kamal
Hafiz Kamal
Imam and Teacher

Hafiz Kamal is the Imam of Masjid Bilal. Besides his responsibilities as Imam, Hafiz Kamal  teaches Arabic, Quran and Tajweed. He is mashallah known for his beautiful recitation of  the Quran.

Shaykh Ibrahim Zidan
Shaykh Ibrahim Zidan
Visiting Scholar

Sheikh Ibrahim Zidan is an active Preacher of Islam. He graduated from University of Cairo Egypt with a degree in Islamic studies and Arabic language. He studied under several scholars and published…

Our Services

Sport & Recreation
Sport & Recreation

IFGSTL has a gymnasium, a large outdoor playground and an indoor Adventure Zone for creative play.

Educational Services
Educational Services

Our educational programs: Al-Salam Day School (ADS), ADS Early Childhood Center (ACC), Sunday Madrassa, Saturday School, Quran Academy, Jannah Institute, Sunday tafseer, Tuesday lecture

Muslim Youth of St. Louis
Muslim Youth of St. Louis

MYSTL is a youth organization that focus on education and recreation, fun coupled with learning, all within an Islamic atmosphere


The basic premise is to collect items that would then be given to any person in need who walked through the door, free. Yes, free

Funeral Services
Funeral Services

First Muslim funeral (Janaza) home in St. Louis. Our funeral professionals will help you every step of the way.

Social Services
Social Services

Islamic Foundation has a social services and charity fund committees that have been serving the needy for more than 30 years