History of Al Huda Center
Alhuda Center was first opened in 1994 in a small rented apartment on St. John Ave., Kansas City Missouri. Over time, the Muslim population in the Northeast area of Kansas City has grown tremendously, with many Muslim immigrants and refugees moved into this area. As the Muslim community in the area continued to grow, the need for a larger place became necessary. With the praise to Allah (SW), a Muslim brother donated property at 4608 Saint John Ave., Kansas City, MO, 64123 to the Islamic Society of Greater Kansas City, in which subsequently donated to Al-Huda Center.
In 2010, the Al-Huda Mosque was destroyed by fire set in what the investigators said was an electrical fault. Alhamdulillah, in 2011, the community was able to purchase a three-story building at 141 S Van Brunt Blvd., formerly a church. The building goes through a full renovation to accommodate the needs of the community. Today, Al-Huda Center is one of the largest Mosques in Greater Kansas City. The center is non- profit religious organization registered with the state of Missouri and has the status of tax-exempt with 501 (c) (3). The center’s property is Waqaf under the North American Islamic Trust (NAIT).
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