The Levantine Center
5998 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90035-2657
Contact: Katrina Daly Thompson, email@example.com
The azan, prayer and khutbah may be led by a man or a woman, and the congregants pray and are seated together. Individual men and women can choose to stand/sit to one side or the other if they prefer. To Skype in: add MPVinLA as a contact on Skype sometime before Friday. Copies of select sermons are available in text
MPV Unity Mosque - Atlanta
Two Securities Center
3500 Piedmont Road, Atlanta, GA 30305 (map)
Lobby will be locked. Please call or text 770-894-9926 for details.
MPV Unity Mosque -Washington D.C. (Light of Reformation)
The azan, prayer and khutbah may be led by a man or a woman, and the congregants pray and are seated together. Individual men and women can choose to stand/sit to one side or the other if they prefer. All who come with an open mind and loving heart are welcome -- including non-Muslim friends, significant others, etc. Contact Imam Daayiee Abdullah at (202) 518-5955
or (202) 553-8640
for location and further details. Prayers are held on Friday nights at 6:30 pm.
FRIENDLY SPACES (Not MPV affiliated)
Downtown el-Tawhid Juma Circle
(Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Location available upon request from organizers
Friday "congregational prayer that is gender-equal, queer-friendly, and religiously non-discriminatory... Everyone is welcome to take at turn giving the call to prayer, giving the sermon, and leading the ritual Friday prayer." First call to prayer is at 1:20p; second call followed by the sermon is 1:30p; congregational prayer is at 1:50p.
Mercy Community Center (Houston, TX
5922 Hillcroft Street, Suite C
This mosque's "overall philosophy regarding respect, dignity, and creating an environment where people feel Allah's mercy and comfort when coming to the masjid is remarkable." - Aneela
Islamic Center of Saginaw (Saginaw, MI)
114 North 4th Ave
Contact: (989) 752-3531
This "awesome" mosque is "pretty gender-egalitarian, no partitions between men and women... A new masjid is being built to accommodate the growing community." - Zainab A.