Sister Clara Muhammad Community Development Corporation Requests Your Participation at a Community Focus Group

Sunday, June 24, 2018 from 1:30pm- 3:30pm

Project Summary
The Philadelphia Masjid, with the support of our community partner People’s Emergency Center (PEC) has been selected to receive a design grant from the Community Design Collaborative as part of Infill Philadelphia: Sacred Places/Civic Spaces, an initiative to re-envision our religious property as a community hub. The Philadelphia Masjid site located at 4700 Wyalusing Avenue includes the underutilized school building, the connected building that houses the Mosque, and the vacant land to the rear of the property.  All three areas will be addressed as part of this project.

Your Participation
As a congregant and stakeholder in the Philadelphia Masjid we invite you to come out and participate in this very important focus group to be held onsite at The Philadelphia Masjid.  Please bring your ideas on what you envision our community hub could be.  We look forward to seeing you there!
For questions or further information, please contact Aazim Muhammad, President/CEO Sister Clara Muhammad CDC at 215-487-8686. Refreshments will be served.

Your input is needed!  Please CLICK HERE to take the 10-question community survey.​​

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf Issues A Citation to The Philadelphia Masjid & the Entire Muslim Community Honoring the Holy Month of Ramadan & Celebrating Eid Al-Fitr

(June 15, 2018)

June 2018

Shayk Dr. Tahir Wyatt will deliver the Khutbah during Jumuah service on Friday, July 27, 2018.  Please join us!​


The Philadelphia Masjid Receives Infill Philadelphia: Sacred Places/Civic Spaces Grant to Re-Envision Our Space as a Community Hub

(June 5, 2018)

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Tahir Wyatt is from the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection. He was raised in both the West Philadelphia and Germantown.  He was educated in the Public school system where he attended and graduated from both Masterman and Central H.S. He accepted the religion of Islam in 1993, and married his high school sweetheart shortly thereafter.

After graduation from Central in 1995, he began his studies at Temple University. He was awarded a full-Scholarship and majored in Mathematics with a Minor in Education. After three successful and exemplary semesters at Temple, he applied for and was granted a full-Scholarship to study at the Islamic University of Madinah in Saudi Arabia. Tahir received his Associates Degree in the Arabic language in 1999 and his BA in the Science of Hadith and Islamic Studies in 2003; in 2004 he received his first Post- Graduate Degree in Islamic studies and in 2009 Tahir was awarded a Master of Arts Degree in Aqeedah, which is Islamic Creed.

Tahir has published several Journal entries including, but not limited to his work entitled “Prerequisites of Simultaneous Interpretation of Prophetic Traditions”, as well as served as the Chief Editor for many scholarly publications. Tahir has been selected by Professors, Religious Scholars, and Saudi Arabian Dignitaries to translate various articles, books, essays, lectures, and Scholarly works on a wide array of subjects here in the U.S. and abroad. In November 2012 Tahir was appointed by Royal Decree as the first person to teach Islam in English at the Prophet’s Mosque in Madinah, the second holiest site in the Muslim World. This Mosque accommodates over a million worshipers; and in March 2014, Tahir was honored with the appointment of Simultaneous Interpreter for the Imams of the Prophet’s Mosque in Madinah Saudi Arabia.

While performing all of these duties abroad Tahir has been a constant resource and facilitator to mosque’s, Islamic center’s, universities, penal institutions and local governments on a variety of topics centered around Islam and current events.

Tahir Wyatt successfully defended his dissertation in October 2017 and earned his PhD in at the Islamic University of Medinah, KSA. He received the highest classification - Mumtazz with a recommendation to publish his work , a lofty accomplishment for our homegrown academician. He has been married for twenty years (20) and has five children.