NO FRIDAY PRAYERS ARE OFFERED> | No Daily Prayers are arranged at the Meadowvale West Church.

Welcome to Meadowvale Islamic Centre

Meadowvale Islamic Centre supports the enviroment and encourages everyone to Carpool on the Friday prayers, as muslim this is an important consideration.

Meadowvale Islamic Centre is a registered charitable organization with the Government of Canada under CRA Charity registration number 861881670RR0001.

Today's Prayer Timings



FAJAR, MAGHREB & ISHA prayers are held at Meadowvale West Church / St. Francis of Assisi Anglican Church 6945 Meadowvale Town Centre Cir, Mississauga, ON L5N2W7 (Behind Shoppers Drug Mart in Meadowvale Town Centre)

Meadowvale Islamic Center needs volunteers to help with programs and activities like Friday prayers at the church, Friday evening family program. Youth Basketball on Friday. Please mail your availability at info@mici.org or call (416) 845-8958.

Friday Prayers are arranged at Meadowvale West Church / St.Francis of Assisi Anglican Church 6945 Meadowvale Town Centre Cir, Mississauga, ON L5N2W7 (Behind Shoppers Drug Mart in Meadowvale Town Centre). There is ample parking available.

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Meadowvale Islamic center (MIC) is an upcoming organization which seeks to obtain the pleasure of Allah (SWT) through working for the establishment of Islam in all spheres of life.


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Video Channel

You can view all the Meadowale Islamic Center Videos by going to our Youtube Channel


Ground Breaking

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Timing : 06:00 P.M - 01:00 A.M



There are many variations of passages available, but the majority is have suffered alteration in some form...


"There is no God but Allah, and Muhammad is his messenger." This is the basic statement of the Islamic faith: anyone who cannot recite this wholeheartedly is not a Muslim. When a Muslim recites this they proclaim: That Allah is the only God, and that Muhammad is his prophet.


Salah ("prayer", ‏صلاة‎; pl. ‏صلوات‎ ṣalawāt; also salat), or Namāz (Persian: نَماز‎) in some languages, is one of the Five Pillars in the faith of Islam and an obligatory religious duty for every Muslim . It is a physical, mental, and spiritual act of worship that is observed five times every day at prescribed times. When they do this, they must face Mecca. In this ritual, the worshiper starts standing, bows, prostrates themself, and concludes while sitting on the ground.[1] During each posture, the worshiper recites or reads certain verses, phrases and prayers. The word salah is commonly translated as "prayer" or "communication to Allah". Muslims use the words "dua" or "supplication" when referring to the common definition of prayers which is "reverent petitions made to God".


As one of the Five Pillars of Islam, zakat is a religious obligation for all Muslims who meet the necessary criteria of wealth. It is a mandatory charitable contribution, the right of the poor to find relief from the rich, and is considered to be a tax, or obligatory alms.


In the Hajj all are truly equal. The Hajjis or pilgrims wear simple white clothes called Ihram. During the Hajj the Pilgrims perform acts of worship and they renew their sense of purpose in the world. Mecca is a place that is holy to all Muslims.


Fasting in Islam involves abstaining from all bodily pleasures between dawn and sunset. All things which are regarded as prohibited is even more so in this month, due to its sacredness. Each and every moment during the fast, a person suppresses their passions and desires in loving obedience to God.