The Foundation for Islamic Education is dedicated to serving the social, spiritual, moral and religious needs of Muslims in the area and the community at large.
Get To Know The Foundation for Islamic Education!
The Foundation for Islamic Education is dedicated to serving the social, spiritual, moral and religious needs of Muslims in the area and the community at large. We provide services to the greater Philadelphia region and its suburbs, particularly Montgomery, Delaware and Chester Counties.
Our facility is located on a beautiful 23 acre campus, in the tranquil city of Villanova, Pennsylvania. It features:
A large prayer hall
A vast recreational area
A full-sized gymnasium
Baseball and soccer fields
Indoor and outdoor basketball courts
Our services include offering daily prayers 5 times a day and Jumu'ah prayers that start at 1:20 PM every Friday throughout the year, annual Qu'ran Recitation and Knowledge of Islam contests, officiating marriage, social gatherings, Eid celebrations, weekend barbecues and funeral services.
Muslims and non-Muslims alike are welcome at our facility at all times. For more information, to make an appointment for any service or to schedule a visit, complete the visit request form.
Services Offered By The Foundation For Islamic Education
5 daily prayers, Jumu'ah (congregational) prayers starting at 1:20 PM every Friday throughout the year, Annual Qu'ran Recitation and Knowledge of Islam Contests, Marriage ceremonies and officiations, Social gatherings, Adult and family learning groups, Eid celebrations, Weekend barbecues, Funeral and memorial services, Shahadah witnessing and new-Muslim learning.
Villanova Academy for Honor Studies
Villanova Academy for Honor Studies is an Islamic, private, full-time, non-profit institution committed to high standards and academic excellence. We provide a learner-centered environment that invites students to explore their world with curiosity and develop the skills, knowledge and understanding to become the next generation of leaders.
Our motto is "Building an Islamic Community One Sunday at a Time", and we strive to live up to it in every sense. Our goal is to build character and Islamic identity and to provide students with the foundational knowledge of Arabic, Qur’an, and Islamic Studies.