A PLace for All: Open | Inclusive | Compassionate

Provide a place of worship and learning for Muslims and advocate interfaith activities for the overall betterment of our community


Daily and weekly prayers, Quranic reading and discussions, community programs and interfaith activities


Support us, we are a corporation exempt from Federal Income Tax under Section 501(c) 3 of the Inland Revenue Code.


Office: 10601 River Road, Potomac MD 20854
301-983-0383 / 301-537-8350
  • Provide a place for worship
  • Foster Inter-faith dialog and understanding
  • Carry out Islamic learning programs  and make known Islamic teachings
  • Assist Muslims and non-Muslims in organizing themselves for community activities including social, cultural, religious and educational for the common benefit of the communities at large

Prayer times

Youth Activities

Soon to come - a variety of planned activities, such as sports, community service projects, and a café for social gathering.

  • Participate in the center's programs, services and activities
  • Volunteer to lead and/or participate in projects and programs of your choice
  • Actively involve friends and family
  • Provide ideas, feedback
  • Enroll children into Sunday school and volunteer to support it
  • Donate funds and time  (ICCP is a corporation exempt from Federal income tax under section 501 (c) 3 of the Internal Revenue Code (Tax ID: 45-0562541)

Glory be to God!


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Important Announcement

As from Jan 1, 2015 the facility at 10601 River Road will be temporarily closed to enable modifications.  Further announcements will follow in the coming weeks. We regret very much the inconvenience caused.
The  following alternative arrangements have been made:

  •     Jummah Prayers on January 2, 2015   will be conducted at the Potomac Community Center 11315, Falls Road Potomac MD 20854 commencing at 1.00 PM.

For more information of clarification call 301 537 8350 or 301 983 0383 or 240 476 1351 

An Islamic Thanksgiving

Excerpts from an article by By: Dr. Muzammil Siddiqi

Muslims bowing down in prayer to God

The National Day of Thanksgiving in America is a beautiful holiday. It contains a good spirit and noble message. It is not a holiday of any particular religion. It is not a Christian or Jewish holiday but it has many deeply religious and spiritual meanings. America at thanksgiving is America at its best.  It is important that we remember and remind others about the spirit of thanksgiving.

do ye remember Me; I will remember you. Be grateful to Me and reject not Faith. (Quran 2:152)

And remember! Your Lord caused to be declared (publicly): "If ye are grateful, I will add more (favors) unto you; but if ye show ingratitude, truly My punishment is terrible indeed." (Quran 14:7)

We bestowed Wisdom on Luqman: "Show (thy) gratitude to Allah." Any who is (so) grateful does so to the profit of his own soul; but if any is ungrateful, verily Allah is free of all wants, worthy of all praise. (Quran 31:12)

The Quranic word for thanks is "shukr." It is mentioned in the Quran many times. It is the quality of human beings and it is also the quality of Allah. According to scholars Shukr means: "It is the consideration of the favor and its acknowledgment. Shukr from the human means the recognition of the favor. Shukr from Allah means the reward and appreciation."

Shukr is a very important principle in Islam. It is a quality of the believers and it is a source of all goodness. Shukr is used in the Quran sometimes as equivalent to faith. The faithful are thankful people and the unfaithful are ungrateful people. Allah has described His Prophets and Messengers among those who were thankful people. Prophet Noah was a grateful servant of Allah (Quran 17:3). Prophet Abraham used to thank Allah for His many blessings (Quran 16:121). Prophet David and his family were told to be grateful to Allah (Quran 34:13). Allah told His Prophet Muhammad: Nay, but worship Allah, and be of those who give thanks. (Quran 39:66)

Jumma Prayers @ 1.00PM

 New Location :

Potomac Community Center

11315, Falls Road, Potomac