About Us

HISTORY

Masjid Al Mumineen is a community masjid established in 2001 and located in the inner city. The masjid and surrounding community have established a positive relationship, enabling us to spread dawah and assist the neighborhood. Aside from being a place for worship, we offer a variety of social services in the form of referrals, food pantry distributions, clothing, and distribution of zakat and saddaqah.

The masjid is open throughout the day for prayer, study and consultation. Muslims from varying ethnic and racial backgrounds call Masjid Al Mumineen home.

Shura Council (Board of Directors)

In accordance with Article VIII Sections 8.1 - 8.8, The Shura Council of Masjid Al Mu'mineen was established to guide and manage the short and long terms affairs of the Masjid. The Shura Council consist of a minimum of five (5) and maximum of nine (9) members elected by the General Assembly for a period of two (2) years.

Eligibility:

  • Comply in his/her life and activities with the faith and practices of Islam.

  • Attain twenty-five (25) years of age.

  • Document legal status in the United States of America.

  • Verify current membership in "Good Standing" and at least one (1) year attendance at the Masjid.

  • Served as a member of a standing or special committee, or as a teacher of Islamic Classes.

  • Has never been removed form any elected office of the Masjid.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Plan, manage, and conduct all community affairs and activities so as to accomplish the aims and purposes of the Masjid.

  • Provide leadership to the members of the Masjid and promote unity and cooperation among them.

  • Implement the Bylaws of the Masjid.

  • Meet the budgeted financial responsibilities of the Masjid by promoting membership and fundraising campaigns.

  • Employ any staff as needed; including the Imam.

  • Excersise all additional authority consistent with the regulations herein and in accordance to the bylaws.

Elected Officers

  • Amir (Chairperson)

  • Imam

  • Secretary

  • Treasurer

Services

Nikah (Marriage)

Masjid Al Mu'mineen offers marriage and nikkah contract services to the Indianapolis Muslim Community. All Imams and Assistant Imans have authority to perform marriage within the State of Indiana. Marriages are performed according to Islamic Sharia.

Marriage Counseling

Marriage counseling is offered to brothers and sisters who are seeking to be married as well as currently married couples.

Talaq / Khul'a (Divorce)

Islamic divorce services offered here. Divorce agreements under Islamic Sharia does not mean couples are legally divorced in the State of Indiana. Final divorce proceedings should be done at Marion City-County building.

Islamic Last Will & Testament

Islamic last will and testament documents offered at our Masjid.

Janazah (Burial)

Islamic burial preparation and coordination.