The Muslim Community Center of Portland is the oldest Islamic community in the state of Oregon. We are located in the vibrant center of NE Portland. Full of life, diversity, and color we accept believers of all backgrounds and do our best to serve and uplift the people we represent.

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Join us for a spiritually uplifting
Friday Jum’a Service at 1:30p each week

“O ye who believe! When the call is proclaimed to prayer on Friday (the Day of Assembly, yawm al-jumʿah), hasten earnestly to the Remembrance of Allah, and leave off business (and traffic): That is best for you if ye but knew.”

Congregational Jum’aa prayers are every
Friday at MCCP.
1:30pm (Summer)
12:30pm (Winter)

5325 N Vancouver Ave, Portland, OR 97217


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We strive to be a resource for our community and people seeking the true essence of Islam

Every act of worship that we are asked to perform (Prayer, Charity, Fasting, Performance of Good Deeds and Avoidance of Evil) is designed to nourish the soul in the remembrance of this sacred covenant between Creation and Creator.

- Quran Understanding divine revelation is essential so that we hold close to His book for guidance and retain our humanity and proximity in this world.

- Prayer: Learning how and why to pray is an essential tool for the believer.

Our Story

Founded in 1973. We have played a vital part of the community heritage, political advocacy and cultural bridge building within Portland, as many of our community elders have deep roots here and entered into Islam years ago under the leadership of Imam W.D. Muhammad.

Muhammad A. Najieb
Resident\ Imam

After being elected to leadership from 1999-2022 has transitioned from President CEO to Trustee and MCCP Leadership

Akim Jabbie
President | CEO
Raumene Rahatzad
Executive Secretary

Isam Rashied
Financial Manager | Bookkeeper
Board of Trustees

Akim Jabbie
(Current Preident/CEO)

Muhammad A. Najieb
(Former President/CEO)
Osman Osman
Raumene Rahatzad
Nadira Najieb
Waleed Sadruddin
Andy Green
Khamso Kedir Shura
Salamatu Kargo
Hassan Fofanah