The Gift of Life: Kidney Transplant in Islam


Join us this month at Masjid Toronto for our Professionals Night program in collaboration with the Muslim Kidney Project. On Friday, November 24th 2017, right after Isha (7:00 pm) our esteemed panelists will engage the topic of Kidney Transplant for the Islamic and Medical Perspectives.

Imam Dr. Wael Shehab,
Resident Islamic Scholar of Masjid Toronto

Dr. Istvan Mucsi,
Transplant Nephrologist at University Health Network

Dr. Abdul Aziz Walele,
Nephrologist at William Osler Health System

Dr. Faizan Amin,
Cardiologist at University Health Network


Posted November 12th, 2017 in Professional's Night

Arts & Crafts for Kids


Bring your children between the ages of 4 to 12 to Masjid Toronto every Friday from 6 PM to 9 PM for our Arts & Crafts program.


Posted November 12th, 2017 in Family

Hot Soup – Volunteers Needed


Masjid Toronto is re-initiating its successful Hot Soup program. Join us on our mission to serve food with dignity every 3rd Saturday of the month. Our first launch event will be on Saturday October 21th, 2017 inshaAllah.

After completing the registration, please join us on October 21st at 9 AM in Church of Saint Stephen-in-the-Fields.




Posted August 18th, 2017 in Programs, Volunteers

The Halal Frosh!


Join us for an exciting day-long outdoor trip with a tarbiyah focused program. Through reflections and activities you will find yourself, find a balance and find a community. We’ll also have a ton fun boating, hiking and enjoying BBQ.

A not-to-missed trip for Youth going to High School, College or University; ages 14 to 24. Seats are limited; registration closes 23/8.

When: August 26th, 2017; 8:30 AM to 10:00 PM

Where: Island Lake Conservation Area; bus pick-up at Masjid Toronto & MAC REC





Posted August 15th, 2017 in Brothers Youth Group, MAC, Sisters Youth Group, Youth

Posted May 19th, 2017 in Featured

Muslim Association of Canada released this statement on the Masjid Toronto incident on Friday, February 17, 2017.

“No Canadian should feel intimidated when walking into their synagogue, church, temple or mosque. We are thankful to our fellow Canadians who joined with us today against this attack on religious freedom and Canadian values.

The safety and security of our worshippers is paramount. We thank Toronto Police Services for their on-going support and their swift attention.

We also thank our fellow Torontonians and Canadians who have expressed their support.”

Posted February 18th, 2017 in Announcements

Posted December 16th, 2016 in Announcements, Featured