WELCOME TO ALFALAH CENTERA 501(c)3 Organization - Tax Exempt EIN: 90-0639190
Alfalah Islamic Center in Somerset County provides various services such as five daily prayers, Jummah prayers, Islamic School on Saturdays and Sundays, Taraweeh prayers, community Iftars, Eid Prayers, and much more. The Islamic Center serves the residents of Bridgewater, Basking Ridge, Bedminster, Bernardsville, Warren, Watchung, New Providence, Berkley Heights, Chester, Summit, and surrounding areas.
Alfalah Islamic Sunday school provides comprehensive Islamic education to children between ages 5 to 18 years. The curriculum includes Qur’anic and Islamic Studies, Arabic language and youth discussions on relevant issues. Youth activities include field trips, community service projects, and leadership training.
AlFalah Center Eid Prayer:Eid ul-Adha prayers in a warm and welcoming environment!
- Please bring your favorite breakfast foods, fresh fruits, and Eid delicacies to share and enjoy
- Stay and socialize with family and friends
AlFalah Sunday School is currently registering for all grades for school year 2013/2014.
AlFalah Weekend Islamic School is now enrolling students for the fall. Reserve your child's spot—for instruction in Qur'an, Islamic Studies, and Arabic language, in a positive and nurturing environment. Classes will be held at William Annin Middle School in Basking Ridge, NJ. Registration forms and more information available online!
Property purchased! Alhamdolillah....
With the great mercy and blessings from Allah, and the absolutely tremendous generosity of our community and supporters, we have completed the purchase of the former Redwood Inn property - where God willing, we plan to build AlFalah Islamic Center. We are truly grateful to Allah, and to all of you who have gone above and beyond to help us reach this amazing milestone!
It brought tears to all our eyes to see the children who came to donate the dollar bills from their allowance, the teens who brought all the money they had saved from summer jobs, the many women who gave the jewelry off their hands - one grandmother who donated her own wedding band - and the many individuals and families who gave their all to this effort, in time, money, prayers, and energy.
The legal effort is currently underway to win back our right to build a house of worship like every other faith community here in Bridgewater. Many, many thanks to our devoted legal team who have been working tirelessly "pro bono" - at no charge - for our cause.
Learn More About Islam
The word Islam derives from the root word “salam,” meaning peace, and signifies voluntary “self-surrender” to God. In the Quran, God tells us that He created us in order that we worship Him—through our faith, charity, and good deeds, as well as by seeking God’s pleasure even in the mundane details of our daily life.