Discovering the Mosques of St. Louis, Missouri

St. Louis, Missouri is home to an estimated 100,000 Muslims, according to the Greater St. Louis Islamic Foundation (IFGSTL). The city is home to 14 mosques, as well as other places of worship and services that cater to the Muslim community.

The IFGSTL operates two mosques in the area. The first is Masjid Bilal (West Pine Masjid), located in downtown St. Louis on W Pine Boulevard, next to the Saint Louis University campus. The second mosque, Daar-Ul-Islam, is located in Ballwin, Missouri at 517 Weidman Road.

This mosque is the largest of the two and includes an Islamic funeral home with five cemeteries and social services such as job training and English classes. The IFGSTL also runs a donation charity known as Baitulmal, which provides donated items and food to those in need. Additionally, the Muslim Youth of St. Louis is a youth group that strives to unite all young Muslims in the area and encourage them to practice their faith.

The city of St. Louis is home to a vibrant Muslim community with many places of worship and services available for its members. Whether you are looking for a place to pray or just want to learn more about Islam, there are plenty of options available in St. Louis.

Raúl Mathiasen
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