The Islamic Center of Santa Ana
Services at ICSA
Ramadan at ICSA
Ramadan starts the evening of Thursday April 23rd with the first day of fasting on Friday April 24th. ICSA will remain closed however during the pandemic.
Due to warnings regarding the Corona Virus, ICSA will remain closed during the pandemic. Please stay tuned for future announcements and more details.
ICSA Prayer Times
Prayer times for the month of Ramadan are already available via the button below. Due to warnings regarding the Corona Virus congregational prayers at ICSA will not take place.
The full prayer schedule for the year is being updated and will be available soon! Click below to see Ramadan prayer times.
ICSA provides a weekend school for our youth to learn Islam including Qur’an, Arabic, & more. ICSA will remain closed however during the pandemic. Please stay tuned for future announcements and more details.
To sign up for or support our weekend school, please see the button below for more details.
About the Islamic Center of Santa Ana
The Islamic Center of Santa Ana’s (ICSA) was established by a dozen Muslim families who escaped from war-ravaged Vietnam and Laos and the killing fields of Cambodia to the U.S. in search of new lives and religious freedom in the early 1980. In the early days, it was known as the Indo-Chinese Muslim Refugee Association. After 35 years, the community yearned for a larger facility and parking spaces. After many years of searching, ICSA’s leadership finally bought an abandoned building located at 1610 E. 1 st Street, Santa Ana with a price tag of $2.6 million dollars.
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