Welcome to the Islamic Society of New River Valley

Masjid Al-Ihsan Building & Facility Rules & Regulations

Driveway Project

Alhamdulillah, ISNRV has started work on building the new driveway (entrance) to Masjid Al-Ihsan [**PHOTO-GALLERY**]. A preliminary engineering report is available at (PER). You can find a brief description of the project here. Status of the current fundraising effort can be found here. You can pledge to help complete this project by filling the form here.

Mission Statement

The ISNRV's mission is to promote a closer understanding between all Muslims residing in the New River Valley and the surrounding areas in Virginia, and to foster a Muslim community based on the basic tenets of Islam. To that end, the ISNRV organizes religious, social, and cultural activities for the benefit of the Muslim community. In addition, the ISNRV strives to promote friendly relations and understanding between the Muslim community and the general public, and to disseminate information on Islamic principles.


Quran Verse of the Week

Allah (swt) says in Surat Al Baqarah:

O men, serve your Lord Who created you and those before you, so that you may guard against evil; Who made the earth a resting place for you, and the heaven a structure; and sends down rain from the clouds, then brings forth with it fruits for your sustenance; so do not set up rivals to Allah while you know (2:21-22)".

Faith is an important aspect of a Muslim's life. ISNRV strives to provide an enriching spiritual experience to Muslims in the New River Valley by holding daily congregational prayers, Friday sermons and prayers, Eid Prayers, and several religious activities that focus on the study of the Quran and the tradition of our beloved prophet (pbuh). Please, refer to our Calendar of Events to browse the different programs we offer.
Community and Family
Family in Islam is the building block of a community. The facilities at Masjid Al-Ihsan provides a welcoming community center where families, students, and children find venues to come together to worship, learn, and socialize. Click here to view some of the pictures from previous events.
Hadith of the Week

Abu Hurairah reported that the Prophet, upon whom be peace, said:

"Whoever fasts the month of Ramadan with faith and seeks Allah's pleasure and reward will have his previous sins forgiven."
This hadith is related by Ahmad and the compilers of the sunan.