Our Masjid was established just across the Ohio River in 1980. Its beautiful architecture showing elegant features of the Masjid. Prior to establishing the Masjid, Muslims used to gather in local homes or commute to other areas for Friday prayers.
Today, the Masjid is practically an active institution and observes the five daily prayers and Friday prayer and provides a spectrum of programs and services to the Muslim community and the Louisville community at large.

Stemming from the universality of the message of Islam, the Masjid tries to provide a diverse, cosmopolitan milieu where everyone is welcome regardless of ethnicity, language or cultural heritage. Community members are composed of more than 75 nationalities and come from various walks of life from highly-cerebral to blue-collar workers.
As a tribute to the Louisville community, the Masjid is actively involved in inter-faith and education programs to correct the misconceptions about Islam and to mitigate the misinformation floating around resulting in a tarnished image of the religion. The Masjid hosts tours and open workshops for those interested in learning about Islam.
Given that people are embracing Islam on a regular basis in our community, the Masjid welcomes new converts and provides the help needed to walk them through the basics that a Muslim is ought to know through classes and unstructured learning approaches.
The Masjid also provides social services to its members ranging from marriage and divorce to financial help to the needy. For funerary arrangements, the masjid collaborate with other  cemeteries and performs Ablution of the deceased and burial in an Islamic manner.