About Masjid Al-Huda
Masjid al-Huda is a non-profit religious organization dedicated to establishing a holistic Muslim community, promoting good understanding of Islam and building positive relations among Muslims and non-Muslims.
A Masjid is the most important institution in an Islamic community. There, a Muslim rekindles his spirituality, strengthens his relationship with his Creator, meets his fellow Muslim brothers/sisters and renews his sense of belonging. Masjids in the US play a special multi-faceted role of not only being a place for a means of worship but much more. It’s a symbol of our identity and upholds the integrity of the Muslim community.
Currently working with the city for the proposal of a newly renovated from the ground up back building which will serve as a sisters main prayer area, dedicated 17 classrooms, and a library and bookstore. The new expansion of the back building will be a three-story building designed with a fusion of Islamic and spanish architecture to match the current historical aesthetic of the Masjid. The floor plans have already been designed and are being prepared to submit to the city department.
Masjid al Huda Expansion Project 2023
Religious Director & Resident Scholar
The current religious director & resident scholar of Masjid al Huda is Shaykh Tameem Ahmadi. He is Bay Area native and an alumni of Newark Memorial High School and San Francisco State University. After initially studying at San Francisco State University he went on to pursue the higher calling of sacred knowledge. Over the greater part of the next decade, Shaykh Tameem engaged in a rigorous curriculum of religious knowledge, studying under some of the foremost scholars of North America, Africa, & South Asia. He has served as a scholar and guide for Muslims in the Bay area for over 20+ years.