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What is a Masjid?

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The Mosque is considered to be the community center for Muslims. Better known in Arabic as a Masjid, the mosque represents the nucleus of the Muslim family and community. Daily prayers are offered five times throughout segments of the day. After prayers are offered, Muslims gather for brief discussion and interaction with one another. This interaction maintains a level of unity in the community by fostering social, spiritual, and economic bonds.

On Friday afternoons, Muslims hold their weekly congregational prayer known in the Arabic language as Jummah, which means congregation. This weekly ritual provides the Muslim community the opportunity to be reminded and encouraged to live a virtuous life, and to have a positive impact to improve the society and environment in which they live. The message is delivered by the Imam of the Mosque.

The Imam is the leader of the community (similar to a priest); he is respected and looked up to for spiritual guidance and advice. In order to provide practical solutions and guidance for the challenges we face in our lives, the Imam must be well versed in the Qur’an, the word of God for Muslims, and the Hadith, which represents the sayings and compassionate traditions of Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him), and the wisdom of the contextual applications.

ISCF Mosques are named after the 99 beautiful attributes of God.These characteristics represent the true nature of God Al-Mighty and His significance as the greatest creator and only deity in the universe. Muslims believe that His qualities must be reflected upon, honored, and incorporated into our own character.

We welcome you to visit any of our Mosques throughout Central Florida.

Find Your Closest ISCF Masjid

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Please Click on the Google Map for driving directions to an ISCF Masjid closest to you.

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1089 N. Goldenrod Road
Orlando, FL 32807
Ph: 407.273.7750

[/et_pb_map_pin][et_pb_map_pin title=”MASJID AL-RAHIM” pin_address=”4962 Old Winter Garden Rd, Orlando, FL 32811, USA” pin_address_lat=”28.5423395″ pin_address_lng=”-81.4460082″]

4962 Old Winter Garden Road
Orlando, FL 32811
Ph: 407.523.7882

[/et_pb_map_pin][et_pb_map_pin title=”Masjid Al-Malik” pin_address=”2018 Rouse Rd, Orlando, FL 32817, USA” pin_address_lat=”28.5732183″ pin_address_lng=”-81.2247491″]

2018 Rouse Road
Orlando, FL 32817
Ph: 407.277.0133

The proposed new Masjid Al-Malik to be constructed at the existing location. It will accomodate up to 1,000 whorshipers.

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[/et_pb_map_pin][et_pb_map_pin title=”Masjid Al-Quddus” pin_address=”312 S Parramore Ave, Orlando, FL 32805, USA” pin_address_lat=”28.5387894″ pin_address_lng=”-81.3889957″]

312 S. Parramore Ave.
Orlando, FL 32805
Ph: 407.481.4393

[/et_pb_map_pin][et_pb_map_pin title=”Masjid Al-Salam” pin_address=”2917 S Orlando Dr, Sanford, FL 32773, USA” pin_address_lat=”28.7732866″ pin_address_lng=”-81.2778986″]

2917 South Orlando Avenue
Sanford, FL 32773
Ph: 407.688.7211

[/et_pb_map_pin][et_pb_map_pin title=”Masjid Al-Mumin” pin_address=”1011 S Washington Ave, Titusville, FL 32780, USA” pin_address_lat=”28.6048867″ pin_address_lng=”-80.8073315″]

1011 S. Washington (US-1)
Titusville, FL 32780
Ph: 321.268.1833

[/et_pb_map_pin][et_pb_map_pin title=”Masjid Al-Aziz” pin_address=”9501 Satellite Blvd Orlando, FL 32837″ pin_address_lat=”28.7732866″ pin_address_lng=”-81.2778986″]

9501 Satellite Blvd
Orlando, FL 32837
Ph: 407.601.6886

[/et_pb_map_pin][et_pb_map_pin title=”Masjid Al-Jabbar” pin_address=”5186 Schumacher Rd, Sebring, FL 33872, USA” pin_address_lat=”27.5146587″ pin_address_lng=”-81.5185115″]

5186 Shumacher Road
Sebring, FL 33872
(386) 860-9663

[/et_pb_map_pin][et_pb_map_pin title=”Masjid AL-HAQ” pin_address=”545 W Central Blvd, Orlando, FL 32801, USA” pin_address_lat=”28.5422846″ pin_address_lng=”-81.3868254″]

545 W. Central Road
Orlando, FL 32801
Ph: 407.835.9600

[/et_pb_map_pin][et_pb_map_pin title=”Masjid Al-Hakim” pin_address=”1350 Gilpin Ct, Deltona, FL 32725, USA” pin_address_lat=”28.9011456″ pin_address_lng=”-81.2697167″]

1350 Gilpin Court
Deltona, FL 32725
Ph: 386.860.9663

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