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Mission Statement

At the heart of Islam lies a sacred covenant with the Divine, affirming the singular sovereignty of Allah and the prophetic mantle entrusted to Muhammad. Our mission resonates with the timeless beauty of this monotheistic faith, which illuminates the paths of millions worldwide. As ambassadors of Islam, we embrace the profound truth that God is infinitely merciful, omnipotent, and peerless in His magnificence.

Guided by the radiant principles of our faith, we embark on a journey of enlightenment, compassion, and service to humanity. In a world yearning for harmony and understanding, we seek to nurture the seeds of unity, transcending barriers of culture, creed, and geography.

Driven by our collective commitment to excellence, we stand as guardians of Islam’s teachings, safeguarding its essence and imparting its wisdom with humility and grace. Through advocacy, education, and outreach, we cultivate an ethos of inclusivity, empowering individuals to discover the transformative power of faith.

As stewards of this divine legacy, we champion the values of justice, empathy, and solidarity, striving to alleviate suffering and foster prosperity for all. With unwavering devotion, we embody the timeless message of Islam, offering solace, guidance, and hope to a world in need.

In our pursuit of spiritual elevation and societal progress, we embody the essence of Islam – a beacon of light, guiding humanity towards the shores of peace, compassion, and transcendence.

Assalaamu Alaikum:


Thank you for visiting the Islamic Center lathrop website. The ICl is located in lathrop and is one of the first islamic center/mosques in lathrop. The ICl is not only a mosque, it is also a community center. we invite you to visit us and discover the beauty of our Center. This will give you an opportunity to meet our diverse and friendly community represented by dozens of different ethnicities. Hope to see you soon at our center!


Board of Directors Islamic Center Lathrop

A Place For You

Our Islamic Center takes pride in its heritage of diversity, open-mindedness, civic engagement and community building. Get to know what makes us tick — our approach to Islam and our definition of the Amershahan Muslim identity, all of which shape the character of our community.


Community with over 62 different
nationalities represented.


Over 1,200 men and women attend the
weekly Jumma prayer service.

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60 percent of our community
is under the age of 34.

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