History

The Islamic Cultural Association was founded by a group of families who hoped to establish an Islamic community that modeled their beliefs and values.  In 1987, the community purchased the Franklin Building and moved to its present location. Two years later, it established the prestigious Huda School which has flourished over the years, alhamdulilah. The ICA created a weekend Arabic School, Dar-al Huda. The ICA has continued to grow and expand, offering its members an Islamic environment where they can feel at home and raise their children with hearts at ease.  Since its inception, the ICA has held various school and family functions for the occasions that matter most to its members—such as Ramadan and Eid—as well as exciting activities for the whole family.  It has also prided itself in offering weekly Islamic and educational lectures and maintaining a youth program that has been going strong for years, Alhamdulilah.  The ICA hopes to continue to expand by offering more services that the community can benefit from.

Our Vision for the Future

The ICA is always looking to expand and improve, while building on its already strong foundation.  We hope to add to our growing list of services and events and to continue improving our youth and education programs.  Please feel free to send in any comments or suggestions you may have.  If you would like to be a volunteer for an ICA event or function, you will be helping your family, supporting your community, and working for the cause of Allah.  With His help, we feel confident that the ICA will continue to grow and prosper, Inshallah!