By Linda Wertheimer | April 14, 2019 08:24:03If you’re looking for a mosque to get in the mood for the night, or just to chill out in your living room, then head to the St. Louis Mosque, which serves as a community center for the entire St. Paul, Minnesota, metro area.
The mosque has more than 3,000 rooms and offers classes and workshops on Muslim beliefs, history, and culture, according to its website.
“We are dedicated to helping you to be more authentic and to share your identity with others,” the St Louis Mosque said in a statement.
“So, come out to St. Louie and join us to celebrate life, share love and worship God.”
The St Louis mosque has been hosting its night of Ramadan since 2013, when it was first open.
Its annual Ramadan Dinner, held on Saturday nights, features a variety of different Muslim meals that include traditional dishes and vegetarian options.
The dinner also features a buffet of Muslim and non-Muslim food and beverages.
The St. Charles, Missouri, mosque offers evening prayer classes for all levels, and hosts a weekly morning prayer class, according the website.
The Al Hilal mosque in San Antonio, Texas, is also home to its evening prayers.
Al Hilas mosque hosts a monthly morning prayer and a nightly evening prayer class at 6 p.m.
Monday through Friday.
The Islamic Society of North America, which is headquartered in the Dallas suburb of Plano, Texas also hosts its annual Ramadan dinner and Ramadan dinner classes, according its website, as well as a weekly evening prayer and weekly evening meal class at 7 p.t. on Fridays and Saturday.