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Daily Prayers:

 

All daily prayers are at the Masjid on Wade Hampton Blvd.: 96 Meridian Ave., Taylors, SC 29687

 

Jummah Prayers:

 

Jummah Prayers are held at the Upstate Islamic Center (UIC): 1601 Clement Road, Greer, 29650.

 

First shift is at 1:15pm (Khatib: Sheikh Muhammad Mustafa).

 

Second shift is at 2:15pm (Khatib: Hafiz Rami Makhtoub)

 

Weekly events:

 

Quran Tafseer Halaqa: Every Friday at Wade Hampton Masjid (after Isha)

 

Youth Halaqa: Every Saturday at UIC (5pm - Isha)

 

Weekend School: Every Sunday at Wade Hampton Masjid (10am - 12:30pm)

 

Hifz Program: Every Wednesday at UIC (3:30pm - 4:45pm)

 

Lectures by Akan Malici on Palestine - History & Politics at Wade Hampton Masjid: Every Sunday (after Isha)

 

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Upcoming events:

 

Saturday, February 3: Visiting Speaker - Sami Hamdi at UIC (7pm - 9pm)

 

Saturday, February 10 - 11: Youth Qiyam Night at Wade Hampton Masjid (Isha - Fajr)

 

Saturday, February 17: "Know Your Rights" at UIC (7:30pm - 8:30pm; speaker: Edward Ahmed Mitchell, Deputy Director of CAIR)

 

Saturday, March 16: As-Sabeel Academy Expansion Fundraising Event (Asr - Isha)

 

Important Forms:

 

As-Sabeel Expansion Donation Form

 

Membership Form

 

2023 Membership Confirmation Form --- only for members

 

Kids Hifz Program with Imam --- Registration Form

 

Quran Competition 2024

 

What is Islam?

 

 

Say: We believe in Allah (THE GOD) and in what has been sent down to us, and what was sent down to Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac, Jacob and the twelve sons of Jacob, and what was given to Moses, Jesus and the Prophets from their Lord. We make no distinction between them and to Him (Allah) we have submitted (in Islam).” [Qur’an, 3:84]

 

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Welcome

Greenville is home to many Muslims. In the 1980s, Greenville saw an increase in the number of Muslims moving into the area, as Greenville was becoming a center for engineering and technology. Up until this time, Greenville had no place of worship for Muslims. Islamic classes and prayers were being established within the homes of Muslim families, but soon with the increasing Muslim population in late 1980s, such a setup was insufficient.

 

Seeing this need, several committed Muslims started to organize and come together with the goal of establishing a Masjid that would be the center of the Greenville Muslim community. Our Masjid was opened in 1989.  

 

Islamic Society of Greenville is an independent non-profit organization. It functions to provide a place for Muslims to worship, and to spread Islam in the U.S. by providing religious and educational facilities to members of the society.

 

Our current Imam is Shaykh Muhammad Mustafa. Imam Mustafa can be contacted at imam@greenvillemasjid.com.

 

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Imam Mustafa at Seerah Conference (Peoria, IL)