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Bilal Masjid (Beaverton, Oregon)

Address: 4115 Southwest 160th Avenue, Beaverton, OR, 97007
Place: Beaverton
State: OR - Oregon
Postcal Code: 97007
Telephone: +1 (503)-591-7233 Fax: N / A
Other Names: N / A
Gregorian Date: 24-11-2020
Hijri Date: 07-04-1442
Method: Islamic Society of North America (ISNA)
Fajr 05:55
Sunrise 07:22
Dhur 11:58
Asr 14:14
Sunset 16:34
Magrib 16:34
Isha 18:01
Imask 05:45

Mosque Notes

Around 1987, a few muslim families in the general suburbs of Portland felt the need for a Masjid within an easy driving distance. A meeting was held and as a means of evaluating both the real need and the ability of the local families to establish and sustain a Masjid, a weekly Mussallah was proposed. Consequently these families decided to perform one prayer daily in one another's homes in order to validate the need for a mosque. They prayed the Maghreb or the Eisha prayer together over the course of several months, at the end of which they decided that the trial period had been successful and that it was time to begin the search for a permanent location.

Funds were raised from the local muslim community and in autumn of 1994 they purchased a lot with a small house, which they were able to get the county to re-zone for conversion into a mosque. In 1995 fundraising began in earnest for a more traditional mosque structure. In 2000 the Bilal Mosque purchased two adjacent lots, which they successfully got re-zoned and added to the original lot. In 2001, a modular trailer was put on the adjacent lot as a temporary means of providing adequate space for Sunday school classes, holding meetings, hosting interfaith events, and accommodating the overflow during Friday congregational prayers and during Ramadan.

Bilal Mosque association would humbly like to acknowledge with deep appreciation the patience, assistance, guidance and good support that we have received and continue to receive from the neighborhood, the county, the local elected officials and members in the law enforcement community


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