All the ins and outs of going to school at the University of Kentucky and living in Lexington.
A brief introduction to Islam for those who want to begin to explore this beautiful religion. Includes a general overview and common misconceptions about Islam.
The Muslim community has had roots in Lexington since the early 70's. In the past 10 years we have added and expanded to our places of worship. Click here to find out more about locations and prayer times!
Along with the growing community so too have the businesses grown. There are many markets and grocery stores that sell ethnic groceries and zabihah meat. Click here to find out more!
Lexington has a surprisingly good scene for Halal food for a city of its size. From Pakistani to Jordanian to Lebanese to Indian, we have it all. Click here for locations and menus!
The Share Center is very near and dear to our MSA. It serves our friends in the communinity of Georgetown Street. This is where we spend most of our time volunteering. Find out more about what the Share Center is and what it does!
The University of Kentucky has a budding Arabic and Islamic Studies Department that has just attained a new major in the Modern and Classical Languages Department. This department offers various classes for anyone who would like to find out more about Islam. Click here to find out more about the faculty!