Islamic Center Of Nashville


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Up Coming Events

Fourth Annual Caravan Tour of Places of Worship

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The Fourth Annual Caravan Tour of Places of Worship, an intimate view of Nashville’s diverse community of religions, will take place on Sunday, November 4th, from 12-5:30 PM and is open to the all Nashvillians. Clergy and members from the Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish and Muslim faiths (those covered in the world religions section of world history) will share the basic tenets of their beliefs. The following will be this year’s theme: Open Doors, Open Hearts, Neighbors of Faiths. This event is a collaboration among several local leaders among the Christian, Jewish, Hindu, Buddhist and Islamic faiths. The goal is to help create and celebrate multicultural awareness of the diversity in Nashville.


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Being Muslim in the U.S 

This video offers a look inside the beliefs and attitudes of Muslims in America; it features data from Pew Research Center’s 2017 survey, as well as the personal stories of Muslims from across the United States. For more information, read the survey report: Click Here

Blessing Box

For many Nashville neighborhoods, poverty goes unseen but the need is very much there. Now, there's a permanent blessing box in 12South for people who need extra help. For Blessing Box Donation Wish List Click Here

The 3rd Annual Caravan Tour

The 3rd Annual Caravan Tour of Places of Worship took place on Sunday, Oct. 8th. It kicked off at ICN with a lunch and introduction to Islam presentation.  This year's theme was on Equality, Justice & Inclusion: Our Responsibility as Faith Communities.  The Bus tour of 80 participants went from the mosque (ICN), to the Gordon Jewish Community Center (to observe the 10th Anniversary of the Nashville Holocaust Memorial), the Sri Ganesha Hindu temple (where the attendees got to also learn about Buddhism) and the Greater Bethel AME church, which consisted of a diverse panel from different Christian denominations (AME, Baptist, Catholic and Church of Christ).  This was an opportunity to continue building bridges across the faith communities and community at large in Nashville, helping eliminate bigotry, racism and biases through proactively building relationships and through engaging in dialogue.


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Membership Sign Up for 2018

If you donated $50 or more, you automatically qualify to be an ICN member. Fill out the form by clicking the online form below.  You may also sign up for the first time as well and connect to the kindful donation link.. Click Here