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Greenville has been home of many Muslims throughout the years. In the 1980's, Greenville saw a steadily increasing number of Muslims moving into the area, as Greenville was becoming a center for engineering and technology. Up till this point in time, Greenville had no place of worship for Muslims and the community was becoming increasingly concerned about the need for Islamic education as young Muslims were growing up. Within the homes of Muslim families, classes and prayers were established and soon the increasing population of Muslims in the late 1980's would outgrow these homes. 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 Muslim community and education in The 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 United States by providing religious and educational facilities for members of the society.


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Announcement from Executive Council


Assalamo Alaikom Brothers & Sisters,


Given the fast-changing situation and the sharply increasing risk level of COVID-19 infections, the Executive Committee has decided to SUSPEND ALL CONGREGATIONAL PRAYERS AT THE MASJID AND THE UIC until further notice. This obviously includes Friday prayer as well the 5 daily prayers.


The EC will continue to closely monitor the situation as it unfolds looking at guidance/instructions from CDC, our medical advisory committee, as well from AMJA and all other sources of reliable information.


The EC wants all members of the community to understand that this decision was an extremely difficult and sensitive one to make, but the EC believes it to be the best for our community and the greater community we live in. The decision was made based on


CDC guidance.

Consultation with and recommendation from our newly formed medical advisory committee that includes 8 trusted and highly respected medical doctors in our community.

The messenger (pbuh) told the prayer caller (mu’azzen) to tell people to pray where they are instead of coming to the masjid due to rain, which is FAR LESS dangerous than what we are experiencing.

AMJA new declaration.

Fatwa issued by Al-Azhar.

Many Muslim countries have already suspended all congregational prayers at mosques, including Saudi Arabia (with the exception of Haram in Makkah and the Prophet’s Masjid in Madinah), Qatar, Kuwait, Jordan, Algeria, United Arab Emirates, Turkey, and others.

Several mosques in the US have already suspended all congregational prayers including mosques in Houston, Dallas, New York, Los Angeles, Northern Virginia, St Louis, and other cities.



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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6th Jumada Al-Akhirah, 1442h

Tuesday, Jan 19, 2021


06:22 AM


07:35 AM


12:41 PM
Asr03:26 PM
Maghrib05:46 PM
Isha06:59 PM
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All Friday Prayers will be held at UIC 1601 Clement Road, Greer, 29650


Khutba Starts At 1:40PM

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