Islamic Center of Hayward
Also known as Mosque of Muhajireen, this is a mosque and gathering place to a diverse and dynamic community composed of, among others, indigenous Muslims and immigrants. The congregation is predominantly Afghan-Americans. The masjid is nestled on an acre-lot in a residential Tennyson-Alquire neighborhood. The masjid consists of a nearly 3,000 sq. foot building providing a main musullah (prayer hall) and a private sisters musallah. Jummah (Friday) prayers are held weekly. The Khutbah (sermon) starts at 1:15 p.m. The Iqama (Friday prayer) is at 2:10 p.m. The sermon is in Farsi except on the first Friday of each month when the bayaan is in English. Eid prayers, Taraweeh prayers, Iftaars, and other special Islamic and cultural events/holidays are also held at the Mosque of Muhajireen.