Welcome to the Muslim Community of Michigan (MCM). We serve the Muslim communities in Troy, Sterling Heights, Warren, and Madison Heights. We offer five daily prayers, regular Jumm’ah prayers, weekly halaqa, youth programs, and community events.
The MCM is growing! As a non-profit organization, we rely on your generous support to provide religious services, community events, and outreach programs in our community.
The activities in the MCM Center is managed by an Advisory Board reporting to the MCM Board of Trustees. Over time it is envisioned that the Advisory Board will become an independent and fully elected board of the MCM center.
|Iqamah Time : Sep 24, 2021|
Don’t sit in the way
Please do not sit or start praying in the middle of a mosque or on the path to it.
Do turn off your mobile
As Muslims go to mosques to worship God, there must be nothing that interrupts their practice. It is very disturbing to hear a phone ringing, or someone talking on the phone. So, Muslims and visitors must switch off their phones or put them on silent mode before entering a mosque.
Do take care of your kids
Keep them in your close proximity. Not everyone is fond of loud baby cries during prayer and not everyone understands the hardship of parenthood either. So it’s okay to pray, embracing your baby. Prophet (saws) wouldn’t get up if a little kid would jump onto him during prostration.
May Allah give all of us such patience.
A worshiper should listen to the imam as soon as he starts his khutbah, and keep silent until he finishes. To attend prayer with a frivolous attitude is against the aim of the Friday prayer.
Turn your cellphone on Airplane Mode. Stop reading Text or Browsing.
Don’t wear short, tight, translucent clothing
Sure, the sagging pants might be among rappers, but no one wants to see the piece of clothing underneath or those parts of your body that you should be kept covered under those jeans, a big distraction for the fellow behind you.
|Monthly Prayer Time : September 2021
Jummah @ 1:30 and 2:30
Brother Muhammad Sohail reads from Hadith after Esha Prayer. Brothers are welcome to join.