Help Donate to our Annual Turkey Fundraiser! Our goal is to raise enough to donate 150 turkeys and canned goods for our local community! ICT collaborates with Let’s Help every year to ensure families in need can have a Thanksgiving meal this holiday. We ask families to donate $25. Please use the donation box and specifiy it’s for the Turkey Fund. You can also donate via Donate (link below). We are always looking for volunteers to help with distribution.
When: Saturday, Nov. 21st at 10:00 am.
Where: Let’s Help – 200 S Kansas Ave, Topeka
Friday Khutbahs (Safety Guidelines)
No more than 25 members are allowed during the Khutbah. If the occupancy of 25 has been reached members must wait outside until the first group has completed their prayers. We ask that Sunnah prayers be done at home and that no one congregate after the prayers. We will NOT be serving any Jumah lunches.
If you are feeling SICK, please STAY home.
MASKS are REQUIRED.
Temperatures must be BELOW 100*.
Do not SHAKE hands or EMBRACE others.
Bring your own PRAYER RUG.
Make WUDU before you come to Masjid.
Use HAND-SANITIZER before entering prayer room.
Enter masjid ONE by ONE (no more than 2 in entry way).
Stay at least 6 FEET APART at all times.
SISTERS will pray in the CHILDRENS ROOM.
JUMAH PRAYER will be shortened to 15 minutes.
Leave the building IMMEDIATELY and keep your distance.
Brothers & Sisters 60 years old and over are recommended to stay home.
ICT offers children and adult classes. Currently there is no Children’s class in the Winter but will resume in March 2020. All ages are welcome. The Adult class is on Sundays @ 12:30 pm.
Our Imam Omar Hazim has many publications and public speaking events. To view some of his teachings view the Imam’s section or visit
Islam in the Heartland of America.
ICT has land reserved at the Topeka Cemetery. Muslims can purchase lots ahead of time. Are you prepared?
To educate adults and children alike in the areas of the Holy Quran, Hadith, history of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), and other aspects of Islam. To strengthen the bonds among Muslims, to promote better understanding between Muslims and non-Muslims, and to present the religion of Islam to people of other faith groups. To co-operate with other Islamic organizations. The affairs of the Center are and shall be managed by the Shura Committee with the Imam as the advisor.
Who Are We
Islamic Center of Topeka is a non-profit religious organization. The purpose of the Center is to serve the best interests of the Muslim Community and providing a focal point for Islamic rituals and responsibly. It is a place of regular worship and education to give the life giving message of Al-Islam. The ICT is a place to present and teach Islam in a clear and practical way to its listeners and dispel misconceptions about Islam that are prevalent in our society.