Our Schedule

Iqamah Timings


6:15 AM 5:55 AM


1:30 PM 12:40 PM


4:45 PM 4:27 PM


6:15 PM 6:10 PM


8:00 PM 7:24 PM

1st Jummah

1:00 PM Masjid

2nd Jummah

1:15 PM Elks Lodge

3nd Jummah

3:45 PM Masjid

*these times are estimates, for more accurate times look at our monthly calendar

Our Upcoming

Masjid Events

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    Family Fun Night

    Mark your calendars and bring your children to HIC on Wednesday, Octo...[+]

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    Stress Management Workshop

    Come and learn about this important topic, Stress, t...[+]


Weekly Programs

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    Friday Night Youth Hangout

    Join us every Friday (8 to 10 PM) for Youth Hangout ...[+]

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    Mommy & Me Classes

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    Community Breakfast

    Come join us weekdays after Fajr ever Sunday for ...[+]

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Today's Classes

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    Sister's Studies - Bangla

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    HIC Quran Academy

      Bring your Children to the Masjid Monday thru Thursday from 5...[+]

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