Eid-ul-Fitr 2017

As the holy month of Ramadan draws to an end, Muslims will celebrate the festival of Eid-ul-Fitr on Monday, June 26th. Eid is a time for all Muslims to celebrate their month long sacrifice while reflecting and sympathizing with the poor and hungry. Fasting has been prescribed in Islam to endure suffering from the perspective of the less fortunate. While fasting holds several medical benefits, spiritually, fasting is the best exercise for the mind, soul, and body. It challenges one’s emotions, patience, and dedication in varying stages.

The Eid-ul-Fitr service will begin with a congregational prayer at 10am, followed by a sermon. A complimentary lunch will then be served. All are invited to attend this joyous celebration. 

Per our tradition, Eid-ul-Fitr services will once again be held at the historic Portland Rizwan Mosque - Portland's first and oldest mosque. Come visit us!


For explanation of calculating the date for Eid, please click here.

For any questions, please contact us


Ramadan - Weekly Open House Q&A and Dinners!

Join Ahmadiyya Muslim Community’s weekly Open House every Saturday during the holy month of Ramadan from May 27th through June 25th.

Each Open House begins with an open “Talk to a Muslim” Q&A session
at 7:30pm where you can ask any question about Islam, Muslims, or our beliefs.

The formal program begins at 8:30pm with a short presentation, congregational prayers, and a complimentary dinner for everyone present.

All friends (known and unknown) are invited to attend, have their questions answered and learn more about one another.


Portland Rizwan Mosque

Welcome to the Portland chapter of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, located at the Portland Rizwan Mosque in Southwest Portland.  The Portland Rizwan Mosque is the first and oldest Mosque built in Portland and has served the people of Oregon as a source of information about Islam throughout its history.  We welcome you to come learn more about this mosque and about the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in order to promote higher levels of understanding and tolerance amongst people of all backgrounds.  Respect is born from understanding, and understanding is born from education.  We welcome the opportunity to learn more about our neighbors and help our neighbors learn more about us.