The Islamic Community Center of Salinas (ICCS) is a mosque and gathering place to a diverse and dynamic community composed of, among others, indigenous Muslims and immigrants to Salinas.
The masjid consists of a 1,000 sq. foot building that provides a 150-person capacity main musullah (prayer hall) and a private sisters’ musallah.
Jummah (Friday) prayers are held weekly. The Khutbah (sermon) begins at 1:20 p.m. (March to November) and the Jum'ah sermon begins at 12:20 p.m. (November to March). The sermon is in Arabic (with English translation).
Eid prayers, Taraweeh prayers, community-sponsored Iftaars, and other special Islamic and cultural events/holidays are also held at the Islamic Community of Salinas.
ICCS welcomes visitors at all times in order foster a culture of tolerance and understanding in the area. The prayer times (shown on the frontpage) in particular, are excellent times to visit the center in order to meet local Muslims and observe Muslim's worship. History
The Islamic Community of Salinas was established as a community in the mid-1990s. The Islamic Center on Market Street was opened in May 2012.
35 W. Market Street, Salinas, California 93901, United States