By the grace of Allah SWT, an ethnically mixed population of Muslims, who reflect the broader diversity of both America and the worldwide ummah, established the North Miami Islamic Center (NMIC) in September of 2010. The membership includes people who are born Muslims and converts, from America and many other countries. It is incorporated as a nonprofit corporation and is designated by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service as a 501c3 tax-exempt entity. This organization is founded on the true principles of Islamic piety as are directed by the Qur’an and Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).
In June of 2012, NMIC acquired a thirty thousand square foot, three-story building, through the blessings of Allah SWT. As a multicultural and Islamic hub of our community, this building now houses Reviver Academy, our learning center (school for Islamic and secular knowledge), and Masjid As-Sunnah An-Nabawiyyah.
Our mission is to promote and encourage an Islamic way of life within the community by providing ample resources for all people.
To bridge the gap between the communities by affirming the principles of social order established by the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).
We are committed to disseminate the teachings of Islam on the fundamental truth that Allah SWT is the source of all guidance. We pray that our endeavors are accepted, Insha Allah.
- Serving Allah SWT as prescribed by the Qur’an and Sunnah of the Prophet (peace be upon him.)
- Striving towards establishing a worldwide ummah that abides by the principles of the Qur’an and Sunnah.
- Practicing principles of moderation, tolerance, inclusiveness, and conflict avoidance within the structural limits of the Qur’an and Sunnah, in order to create unity amongst the Muslims and the community at large.
- Functioning to practice and propagate Islam by providing religious, educational, and recreational facilities for the Muslim community and public at large.
- Establishing congregational prayers and carrying out other religious activities that are open fully to Muslim men, women, and children.
- Encouraging the members to fast on Monday and Thursday and other opportune days that we are blessed with, and to provide iftar/dinner.
- Providing Islamic counseling for the Muslim community, including families, youth, and seniors.
- Supporting humanitarian causes that do not conflict with Islamic teachings.
- Cooperating with State, National, and International Muslim organizations and Islamic communities.
- Providing adequate resources for Da’wah, Islamic awareness.
- Developing mutual understanding with non-Muslims, in order to communicate effectively the principles of Islam to them.