ABOUT OUR MASJID
QASIM BILAL EL-AMIN
Assalamu Alaikkum wa Rahmathullah (Peace and Blessings be Upon You)
This has been a place of congregational worship and community activities for the Muslims in the city of Montgomery and surroundings since 1984. In addition to daily congregation and Friday congregational prayers, the masjid offers islamic education for children and adults.
Below are the weekly announcements:
Jummah prayers are every Friday and begin at @12:45 pm. Inshallah. Lunch will be provided when possible, but if you would like to sponsor the lunch, please see the Imam or use the Contact Us page to submit your request.
Islaamic Weekend School
Quranic Memorization, Arabic and Islamic Studies
1. Children and adult women
11:00 AM – 2:30 PM
2. Adult men
11:00 AM – 2:30 PM
The Spring Semester has started. Registration forms are in the folder in the Information Center in the lobby. Completed copies should be returned to the folder.
Monday & Thursday Fasting
Outside of the month of Ramadaan, we continue the sunnah to fast. As a way of life, Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) used to fast every Monday and Thursday. Here at the Masjid, we try to encourage brothers and sisters to fast. We will update you on our next community Iftar.
Awesome 2023 Islamic Calendars
It comes with local prayer times and denotes some of the most beautiful masajid in America, are for sale on the table in the lobby. These calendars contain both the solar and lunar dates. The cost is only $20.00 and all proceeds go to the upkeep of the Masjid.
Masjid Qasim Bilal Al-Amin, located in the Westside Community, is the largest and oldest Islamic community in Montgomery, AL (1984). We are a community of believers adhering to the Qur’an and the life traditions of Prophet Muhammad (Peace and Blessing Be Upon Him). Imam William Abdullah is the resident Imam of the community, and his leadership is supported by many generations of Muslims. Our community is the worship home to various races and cultures. We welcome all believers and offer spacious rooms, friendly congregation, and a peaceful atmosphere.”