MCC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that caters to the needs of the Muslim community by providing educational interfaith programs, religious services and a communal venue for special occasions and events. MCC is open to people of all faiths seeking to learn and understand Islam as well as the Muslim culture of varying ethnicities.
MCC offers a variety of services to the community, including interfaith programs, educational teaching courses, religious, matrimonial, counseling, funeral and more. The Center is built to encourage, motivate and foster strong faith based values among the youth and sponsors many youth group events. . The Masjid, the Center and its regular events are open to the broader community by appointment only.
MCC’s Interfaith & Religious Coordinator is Mr. Ikram Ul Huq.
Please view our events to learn more about our programs.
The Administrative Board is accountable to its members and all policy making is exercised by and under its direction. With consideration for the MCC, Masjid Ar Rahman, Al Rahma Clinic, MCC School, local, and broader communities, the Administrative Board may make rules and regulations that guide the governing of the MCC that are consistent with its Articles of Incorporation, and adhere to local, state, and federal laws.