Prayer Timings

  •  
    Iqama
    Azaan

  • Fajar
    07:00 AM
    06:45 AM
  • Duhar
    02:00 PM
    01:45 PM
  • Asr
    05:00 PM
    04:45 PM
  • Maghrib
    SUNSET
    SUNSET
  • Isha
    08:15 PM
    08:00 PM
  • Friday Khutba 1
    01:45 PM
    Imam Abu-Nour
  • Friday Prayer
    02:20 PM

about

Welcome to Muslim Community Center of Louisville (MCC)

 

This project was started with the purchase of a house with surrounding land in the year 2001 and immeditely establishing a primary school to instill excellence in acdemics and Islamic values. The project grew into a permanent primary school with its own building and a Masjid (Mosque) that can accomodate upto 1300 people in the main prayer area.




We know ummah need.

Our Mission

The Muslim Community Center (MCC) is a Kentucky religious, non-profit, cultural and educational institution that brings understanding about Islam and promotes peace and harmony in our society. The MCC organization is not based on ethnic, gender or racial construction. 

The Board of Trustees

Our board of trustees consists of eleven elected members. They are:

1) Dr. Ammar Almasalkhi - President

2) Dr. Umair Gauhar - Vice President

3) Dr. Said Abusalem - Secretary

4) Dr. Khalid Ghosheh - Treasurer

5) Sr. Naima Abuazza

6) Sr. Kaltom Hakkar

7) Dr. Mouhamad Addas

8) Dr. Maqsood Ahmed

9) Br. Nabil Alsaba

10) Dr. Omar Attum

11) Dr. Ibrahim Fahsah

 

Imam and School Principal

Sh. Muhammad Almoutem - Imam

 

Br. William White - School Principal

 

services

Elemenatry and Middle School Education

Purpose:    Instill excellence in academics and Islamic values. 
Destination:  We achieve this by:
Integrating academics and religion
Safe and supportive learning environment
Local community support
Achieving character and values
Motivating to reach best potential
Our Values for Teaching and Learning 
At the Islamic School of Louisville we believe that children learn best:
Academics
When learning is connected and applied to real-world experiences through a variety of instructional strategies.
When curriculum is rigorous and meets the unique learning needs of each student.
Using technologies as instructional resources and learning tools.
When teachers design and implement regular assessments to monitor student learning.
When students and staff strive for continuous improvement through self-reflection of personal growth. 
School/culture
In a climate of high expectations for academic and personal responsibilities.
In a school in which teachers and students understand and integrate Islamic values and practices.
In a safe learning environment where each student is respected and valued. 
Parental Involvement
When parents, staff, and students collaborate to ensure all students meet their best potential.
When parents, staff, and students communicate through various technologies.
When parents are aware of core standards and how their students are progressing on the standards.‚Äč


Other Services provided by MCC includes:



Weekend School



Family Assistance



facility Rental

 




Other Services
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Weekend School

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Family Assistance

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Facility Rental

events

programs

Weekly Halaqas



Our Programs

Youth

Sisters

Families



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contact

Get in touch with us

Send us an email or visit us at:



Muslim Community Center of Louisville
8215 Old Westport Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40222, USA

Phone: (502) 690-8725
Fax:
E-mail: imamofmcc@gmail.com

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