OUR DEEP ROOTS
It is the first mosque that was created within the Turkic community in response to the needs of our members in 1977. When our elders needed a place to congregate for Friday or holiday prayers, they didn’t have anywhere to go. So our mosque was opened to address these needs as well as for the tradition of naming a baby, funerals and commemorative prayers, almost 43 years ago.
OUR CAMPAIGN FOR SUPPORT TOWARDS CONSTRUCTION
The Capital Campaign vision is to create a modern, open, and inviting building that provides a home for worship, cultural activities, education, and a thriving Crimean community in America for years to come.
Architectural drawings for our Mosque and Dining Halls area after renovations.
The mosque will provide assembly space for approximately 100 worshipers and can be expanded downstairs into the hall, to accommodate 200 more during highly attended services and events. The entire mosque will be accessible to all regardless of physical ability.
The Crimean Association is your community. We come together in times of celebration and sadness throughout the life cycle. Our physical building must accommodate our needs at all of these times. Social Hall – will be located on the first floor Easy access for Ramadan dinners and prayer events Flexible space with dance floor for celebration events such galas, holiday parties, cultural events, conferences, talent shows, weddings, and showers Kitchen – Newly designed to facilitate food preparation and maximize storage and counter space and continue to comply with municipal codes.