East Austin Community of Al-Islam
The East Austin Community of Al-Islam is an Islamic organization/community begun in 2009 to serve the needs of East Austin and the surrounding area. Our activities include education, entrepreneurship, civic involvement, and interfaith activities. Along with our pioneers, we have prospered and have been blessed to support and give aid to our surrounding community.



Georgetown Islamic Center
Georgetown Islamic Center (GIC) was established in 2018 to establish a prayer space and community center for the growing Muslim population in Georgetown, Hutto, and North Round Rock. GIC recently purchased a 6.5 acre property with 2 buildings for $2.4 million. It is currently being utilized as a masjid and will soon host an Islamic Seminary.


Islamic Center of Brushy Creek

Islamic Center of Brushy Creek
The Islamic Center of Brushy Creek (ICBC) was opened after aquiring permits from the City of Cedar Park, in November 2008. The Masjid serves the needs of the fast growing Muslim communities in North West Austin, that includes the communities in and around North-West Austin, Round Rock, Cedar Park and Leander. Alhamdulillah, ICBC has been active from the very beginning, with various activities, that includes daily and Juma’a prayers, bi-weekly halaqa for men and women, and education programs for children and youth.



Islamic Center of Greater Austin (Masjid Khadija)
The Islamic Center of Greater Austin (ICGA) was established in March 1977 as a non-profit religious organization registered with the State of Texas and is affiliated with the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) and the North American Islamic Trust (NAIT), which is a subsidiary of ISNA, as its trustee. ICGA property is WAQF under NAIT. ICGA is governed by a constitution and its by-laws. The structure of ICGA consists of an administrative body called Board of Trustees (BT). All members of these boards are elected per the constitution.


Islamic Center of Lake Travis

Islamic Center of Lake Travis serves as focal point for the growing local Muslim community in the Lake Travis area to come together in practicing their religious faith and duties. Engage in outreach efforts throughout the whole community, regardless of any affiliations


Islamic Center of Round Rock
The Islamic Center Of Round Rock (ICRR) was founded in 2002 and is a 501 (c) non-profit organization located in Round Rock, Texas.
ICRR provides prayer services for the 5 daily prayers and the Friday prayer. ICRR has special programs for Ramadan including Iftar, Daily Taraweeh and arrangements for Aitikaf. ICRR also holds various halaqas and programs for the community.


Masjid Aisha

North Austin Muslim Community Center (Masjid Aisha)
Like so many Muslim communities across North America, the North Austin Muslim Community started with just a few worshipers. In 1990, a dozen brothers began praying Friday prayers (Salat al-Jum’ah) in a house on Prairie Dove Circle in Austin, Texas. Soon after, the numbers began to grow.
A non-profit organization was established and named the North Austin Muslim Community Center. The group moved into a rented location on North Lamar Blvd. This newly formed community worked hard over the next few years to raise funds and find the right location to purchase for a permanent masjid.


Nueces Mosque

Nueces Mosque
Nueces Mosque is located in the heart of Austin, Texas and serves the diverse population of downtown Austin as well as students from The University of Texas and Austin Community College. It is often referred to as the Downtown Mosque or the University Mosque.
The Mosque on Nueces St. was established in March 1977 by the Muslim Student Association at the University of Texas. It was the first mosque in Austin and was named the Islamic Center of Greater Austin (ICGA). The mosque started in a 2000 sq. ft. building without any parking spaces. It was expanded in 1982 with the purchase of an adjacent building that was remodeled into a prayer hall.