Our Services

Our Services

Service is among the highest callings of a human being. As such, the core mission of the Islamic center of Mason is to provide valuable services to its large community.

These services are meant to foster a strong sense of family and community and provide spiritual solace and sacred space in a fast-paced and sometimes overwhelming world. We feel honored to be of service to our community.


Educational Programs

Islamic Center of Mason holds regular lectures and special events in which our community may expand their knowledge. The programs include Quran commentary and wisdom, details of sacred law, lessons from the life of the Prophet (peace be upon him), history of Muslim civilization, the proper performance of rites of worship (like prayer and Hajj), civic issues and duties, and much more.


Trials visit each of us throughout our lives. During these moments, we need advice and counsel to help us through these trials. The Imam and other personnel of the Islamic Center have many years of experience offering marriage, youth, family, and grief counseling.

Funeral Services

When the inevitability of death comes to our loved ones, the details and pressures of funerals can be taxing. ICM offers grieving family funeral services, such as funeral sermons, and prayer services.

Quran Classes for Adults

ICM offers Classes for adults male and female to learn timeless wisdom and gain valuable knowledge that will help achieve a firm understanding of their faith and the ethics and morals it provides them but with a priority of teaching Quran, Arabic, and Islamic Studies in an Islamic environment.

Prayer Services Five Times A Day

بِسْمِ اللّٰهِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّح۪يمِ

اِنَّٓا اَعْطَيْنَاكَ الْـكَوْثَرَۜ ﴿١﴾ فَصَلِّ لِرَبِّكَ وَانْحَرْۜ ﴿٢﴾ اِنَّ شَانِئَكَ هُوَ الْاَبْتَرُ ﴿

Read: Bismillaah ar-Rahman ar-Raheem. Innaa a’atainaakal kauthar. Fasalli li rabbika wanhar. Inna shaani’aka huwal abtar
This means: In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful. Truly, We have given you abundance. So turn to your Lord in prayer and sacrifice. It is those who oppose you who are in loss.

One of the cores services the Islamic Center of Mason offers is Prayer Services. The Islamic Center is a full time Center that conducts 5 daily prayer services 7 days a week all year long.

Five separate times a day (dawn, noon, late afternoon, dusk, and evening), our Center is available for worshippers to come and perform the sacred and beautiful act of worship in congregation

Ramadan Services

Ramadan is a blessed month that is openly and joyfully welcomed by billions of Muslims around the world. Here at Islamic Center of Mason we offer a host of services for our congregation during this joyful and blessed month. Some of these services include but are not limited to, Fiqh of Ramadan workshops, Community Iftar dinners and Quran memorization competitions. In addition, in this blessed month we are joined by special guest speakers and renowned Quran reciters to help us connect with the spirit of this month. Ramadan at Islamic Center of Mason is always filled with pleasant memories and memorable experiences, so spend your Ramadan with us to create your own.

In the blessed month of Ramadan, all the Regular Classes/Activities will stop and we will have the following activities instead:
(The details and schedules for these activities will be announced at the time of Ramadan, and are subject to change)

  1. Breaking the Fast: Every night to break the fast: milk, dates, and fruits will be provided inshaAllah.
  2. Taraweeh prayer: Taraweeh prayer is held every night in congregation in the Mosque after Isha.
  3. Lecture: There will be a lecture every night after the first 4 raka’as of the taraweeh prayer, conducted by -TBA
  4. Tahajjud prayer: At the last 10 days of Ramadan, The center organizes Tahajjud prayer and night dinners (Suhoor).

Marriage Services

With the help of Allah (SWT) ICM has been assisting Muslim couples with marriage. Our services are set according to Islamic etiquette and are strictly overseen by the imam of the center; Shaykh Hafiz Aiyub. The matrimonial committee is dedicated to serving our community and we understand the importance making sure the marriage is done according to the sunnah and Islamic Guidelines. Please take the time to review the Marriage Application and complete it as accurately as possible in order that we can assist you with this important transition of your life.

Zakat & Fitra

Islamic Center of Mason accepts your Zakat and distributes to the needy according to Islamic Regulations. You can pay your Zakat online by clicking on “Pay your Zakat” icon or drop your Zakat contributions in the drop box at the Islamic Center of Mason Donations Box.

If you would like to receive Zakat, please reach out to the ICM Zakat Committee. You can also send fully filled up Zakat request form to the email shown below.

Zakat Committee Contacts:
Email: info.icmohio@gmail.com


Zakat is one of the five pillars of Islam. It is obligatory on all Muslims (men and women) who possess wealth at least equal to ‘Nisab. Nisab is the minimum amount of one’s holdings on which it must be paid. The Nisab is 2.85 ounces of gold (the approximate value of 2.85 oz. of gold is $4,675). Zakat is the most important act of lbadah after Salah. It purifies assets and creates virtue. The Holy Our’an and the Prophet’s (PBUH) Ahadith warn of severe punishment to those who do not pay their Zakat.


Zakat is 2.5% of the Zakatable assets. Alternatively you could make checks payable to Islamic Center of Mason and drop it in the donation box marked “Zakat Fund” at ICM Donations box or mail it to the Islamic Center of Mason address at 999 Reading Road, Mason, OH, 45040

Zakat-ul-Fitr (Fitra)

Every Muslim is required to pay Zakat-ul-Fitr during the month of Ramadan as a token of thankfulness to Allah for having enabled him to observe fasts. Its purpose is to purify those who fast from any indecent act or speech and to help the poor and needy. Zakat-ul-Fitr is incumbent on every free Muslim who possesses one Sa` of dates or barley which is not needed as basic food for himself or his family for the duration of one day and night. Every free Muslim must pay Zakat-ul-Fitr for himself, his wife, and children. It should be paid before Salaat-ul-Eid.

It is strongly encouraged to pay Zakat-ul-Fitr(Fitra) days in advance so that it could reach the poor and needy.

ICM Hall Rental

Rental ICM hall located in the lower level of the Mosque and outside shed area and all premises is available for the community to rent for various events such as graduations, engagements, weddings, amine’s, qur’an khani’s, seminars and other events.

For availability , rental fees, and reservation, please contact our Facilities Manager Sr.Hafsa. Sr.Hafsa can be reached at:
Office: 1 (866) 787-2695
Email: info.icmohio@gmail.com


Social Services

ICM conducts various social, religious, and interfaith activities at Islamic Center of Mason. In addition, we sponsor food & clothing drives and supports various charity events.

ICM Social Service facilitating social and outreach programs, and fostering positive relations with our non-Muslim neighbors, and our greater civic and social service organizations.

We help our local public school with food donations drives.

We helped with food to the Hospital health care workers, to the departments of ER, ICU, Medical, Surgical and Telemetry unit, sending groceries to the homes of patients who were discharged from hospitals, providing fresh hot meals to the community specially during covid-19.

We aid Refugees which consists of food, clothing, and shelter. ICM offers helps to Refugees arriving in our community for at least a period of one year or longer depending upon individual/family needs and circumstances.

ICM Social Services has been serving and working together with other local non-profit organizations, One of them is ‘Women walking west’ which is a non-profit organization for advancing education for women from across the globe.

We are a member of Mason-Deerfield Chamber of Commerce.

Support Group

ICM Support Group gives Financial assistance to the qualified people in our community is our sacred duty that we all must feel responsible for. The Masjid has several programs that are in place just for that purpose, and a dedicated team of volunteers to manage these programs and to serve the community.

Our focus is to help those who are the most vulnerable in our local community during their time of need or when going through life-changing circumstances. This program’s main objective is to assist those who need temporary shelter or other basic needs, elderly, widowed and divorced women, orphaned children and the unemployed.

There is an established process that we follow to carefully review each case to utilize these funds. If you feel that you are going through hardship and need some assistance with basic needs of life, don’t hesitate to contact any of the ICM Support Group members. Please rest assured that all information about applicants is kept confidential.

From the time ICM Support Group was established, we have helped many with different needs.
If you need assistance please reach us out by email at – icmschool.admission@gmail.com

Interfaith Outreach

The mission of the Islamic Center of Mason Interfaith & Outreach Committee is to build long-lasting relationships with our neighbors – whether they be communities, congregations, or individuals. We aim to build bridges in order to share knowledge, foster understanding, and generate goodwill – with common respect among all of us as fellow Americans.

Despite negative perceptions or rhetoric that are all too common these days, we know that real trust and goodwill comes from individual interaction in the local community. With that in mind, we continually aim to engage with our neighbors to learn from each other, to support one another, and to maintain an honest dialogue with each other.

Please contact us if you are interested in learning more about our activities or upcoming events
Email: info.icmohio@gmail.com
Phone: 1 (866) 787-2695

Qur’an/Hifz/Arabic Program

We are excited to work with you to progress your child in perfecting his or her recitation, memorization, and understanding of the Holy Qur’an. With your du’as and help this program will flourish inshallah.

The general layout of this program consists of two shifts: an afternoon hifz course and an evening nazirah/tajweed course.
*please note that the timings are subject to change. Please contact ICM for updated class timings.

What your child must bring:

  • His/her own Mushaf-Qur’an, proper Islamic attire (i.e. kufi/topi, hijab, preferably modest clothing)
  • Pencil and notebook
  • Lunch for full time students. If your child is in the full time program snacks will be provided. For those who are part time please make sure that your child eats a healthy meal before class. With such an important task ahead of htem their strength and concertation is fully required.
  • The timing you choose must be consistent throughout the school year-attendance Is required for the full benefit in your child’s studies.

A Place For You

ICM takes pride in its heritage of diversity, open-mindedness, civic engagement and community building.

This masjid is your masjid. This community is your community. Your support is what makes this entire thing possible. Please consider becoming a member today and let’s build a stronger community together.