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San Francisco Muslim Community Center
4760 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94112
3 reviews

The San Francisco Muslim Community Center (SFMCC) over the years has been housed primarily in the Fillmore (now Western Addition) district of San Francisco beginning on Divisadero Street in the 50's then moving from there to Post & Fillmore, then to Geary & Fillmore and then back to Divisadero until our most recent move to 4760 Mission street, in the Excelsior District of San Francisco. Previously located at 850 Divisadero Street in a one-room storefront in the Western Addition neighborhood, this mosque is led by Imam Abdul Qadir Al-Amin. We have consistently offered Islamic services at our previous location for the past 32 years. We have performed over 150 weddings, countless persons have taken shahadah and attended classes in Islamic studies, including basic teachings and beliefs, Arabic of the Qur'an, Seerah of our Prophet Mohammed. We also have offered scholarships to those seeking higher education, some of whom attended, Fisk University, San Francisco State, San Diego State, trade unions, and some studied abroad in Sudan, Egypt, Syria. The Adhan will be called at 12:10pm and Khutbah will begin at 12:15pm (30mins).  Last updated 6 days ago

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Hayward, CA
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Cambridge, MA
★★★★★  Salam.

I prayed jummah here today, and had a very, very pleasant experience. It seems to be a small community mosque, with a solid imam and great, communal vibe.

It is one medium-sized room, with few furnishings but clean and neat. The wudu/bathroom area is behind the prayer room, separate facilities for men and women. There is a small room up front for shoes and coats, free water bottles, some fliers and prayer schedules.

The khutbah was less academic and more of a discussion of problems facing the community. And it was inspirational, yet low-key. About 70% of the attendees were African-American Muslims, the rest immigrant Muslims. After the prayer, a man welcomed me to the mosque, and, upon learning that I was new to the area, gave me a list of all the mosques in California and their addresses. He also some copies of "Muslim Journal."

Overall, a great experience. If I lived in San Francisco, I would come here often.

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