We are located in the heart of Peninsula, Bay Area. We welcome each and everyone of you to come to our masjid. We invite and embrace everyone with open arms.
Please be advised that we are currently remodeling our restrooms, we expect construction to complete sometimes later this year with an ETA of November 2019.
Brothers and sisters are encouraged to make Wudu at home and/or utilize restrooms at home before heading to the Masjid.
We will have more updates soon.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
We are pleased to offer children the opportunity to learn how to read and write Arabic, recite the Quran with proper pronunciation, learn and practice fundamental Islamic teachings and noble Islamic manners in a warm and encouraging environment.
Children’s Quran classes will be held soon at the main FJIA hall. Please check back soon or contact us for more information.
“Not equal are the believers who are sitting, except those with disability, to those who strive in the cause of Allah with their money and their selves. Allah has granted a grade higher to those who strive with their money and selves than to those who are sitting.” (Quran 4:95)
“The best companion in the sight of Allah is the one who is best to his companion, and the best neighbor in the sight of Allah is the one who is the best to his neighbor.”
Masha - Allah, it has been so long since I visited this Masjid, Subhan- Allah, it is BEAUTIFUL, I loved the Atmosphere, the people the Masjid, It made me feel as is though I need to move back the the Bay Area and come back to this Masjid. After so long I saw the Masjid along with so many of my relative, Thank you Allah for giving me this opportunity, it is sad that it was for my Aunts funeral, may Allah SWT grant her Jannat
Visiting from Chicago to see family they just moved there. Masha Allah really nice mosque great community alhamdulilah.
I love how people loves each other and help each other without asking specially the oldest peoples.
Moderate, peaceful and there are not too pursue in mazhab differentiation.
I frequency the mosque in San Bruno for Friday prayers when I am working on Friday. I usually work from home on Friday so that I can attend the mosque in Santa Clara. The mosque looks like an actual mosque and not an office 🙂 They have private parking but on Friday it does get busy and I parked on the main street so I can avoid traffic and get back to office by 2.00 pm. I usually come around 12:30 pm on Friday to find a nice spot for my car and settle down early in the mosque. They have security on Friday to make sure everyone park legally and not double park. As for the Friday prayer, they usually start khutbah and prayer by 1.30 pm. Before the prayer call, they have informal halaqa or speech which I find very interesting since it is informal. The khutbah itself is in Arabic and very short. I love the Mosque fund raising technique and they are creative in getting funds to support the activities and mosque. They also sell Bryani Chicken on Friday during Jamaah prayer.
I went here for the first time last night for maghrib prayer and iftar. This is a small Muslim community were everyone knows each other. From my experience, most of the people I saw were older people who communicated with each other in their own language. However, despite the large age gap and language barrier, I felt comfortable and welcomed. Parking is easy, they have their own parking lot and the food was great. I would definitely be going there again and I encourage all those reading this to check this mosque out for yourself and attend Jummah. 🙂
It's beautiful mosque tucked in South San Francisco. I went for Tarawee prayer. The recitation of the imam was beautiful, Masha-Allah. Jumu'ah: 1:30PM Mosque Store: no 5-times Jamat: Yes Wudu Area: Yes Sister's Prayer Lounge: Yes Restroom Cleanliness: Yes Parking: Onsite, overflow during Jumu'ah Prayer Food sell after Jumu'ah: Yes
This place has good parking. The men's side is in front while the women's side is at the back. Women's place is very spacious, clean and has its own bathroom. This masjid has its own kitchen too. Most people that go here speak Hindi or Urdu, and I think most are from Fiji. And yes, they do speak English. Khutbah here is done in English. On Ramadan, they got good food. Perfect for Iftar!
I just miss this place I use to pray here when I was a little man .