The community came together in the December of 2012 to establish the first Mussala in the City of Spruce Grove in the basement of the building where it stands today. Families in the community prepared the place for the 1st Adhan to be called. Since then the space is open for the Salaah (Prayers), Jumma, Taraveeh, study circles and weekly Iftaar during Ramadan.
Although, the current space accommodates offering Salaah (Prayers) but there are all kinds of limitations to conducting activities here that build a community, where youth could become the leaders of tomorrow. There is a need more than ever before to act now! The community understands that!
Keeping this in view we devised a short and a long-term plan.
To advance the faith by establishing and maintaining a centre for faith based programs, assemblies, workshops, Quran and Islamic learning to further the religious tenets, doctrines, and observances of the Islamic faith and to fulfill the religious requirements of said tenets and observances for the Canadian Muslims
To alleviate poverty by providing basic necessities of life, including food, clean water, clothing, and or shelter to individuals or families that are poor, of low income, or in need, and in particular, the aboriginal and other disadvantaged communities in Canada. Furthermore, the organization seeks promote charitable activities by arranging food for the needy people specially homeless and poor Canadians
To develop and organize programs for youth members and youth in the wider community that are directed at preventative measures to protecting the youth from drug addictions, smoking, harassment and bullying, and to create a healthy environment for their physical, mental and emotional growth.