This is the first ever Mosque of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community built in Ghana. As the Masons in Ghana did not know how to build a mosque so they built it according to the structure of a church and replaced the cross with a crecent and a star on the tower. Ekumfi-Ekrawfo is the place where Chief Mahdi Appa accepted Islam Ahmadiyyat.
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Kenner is the site for the newly designed Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Center that opened at 2113 38th St. in 2013. The mosque also features spaces for prayer, conference rooms, several lounges and a library. The renovation to the two-story, 8,000-square-foot center began a year ago. The first floor includes an office and library, two prayer halls and two conference rooms — one each for men and women — a dining room, kitchen, restrooms and a recreation room. The cost was approximately $1.2 million.
Dedication ceremonies for the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Center in Kenner were held Nov. 16. Elected officials and dignitaries cut the ribbon to officially open the center. From left are Mobashir Ahmed, New Orleans chapter president of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community; Kenner Councilwoman Maria Defrancesch; Kenner Councilman Keith Reynaud; Sen. David Vitter; Iman Naseem Mahdi, national vice president of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community; Kenner Mayor Mike Yenni; former Louisiana Lt. Gov. Jimmy Fitzmorris; Jefferson Parish President John Young; and Amjad Mahmood Khan, national director of public affairs for the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.
The Baitul Hamd (House of The Praise) is a mosque in Mississauga, Ontario west of Toronto in Canada. It was purchased in 1999 from Trinity Club House. much of the exterior of the building has remained the same. The interior has been transformed into a place of worship. This building houses separate places of worship differentiated by gender, A large Islamic Library, A Homeopathic clinic, A large cafeteria and commercial kitchen and several offices along with a full size basketball court as well as volleyball net on the exterior. This Building has also served as the Jamia Ahmadiyya (Missionary Training College) for North America from 2003 - 2010. This mosques serves the needs of the communities of peel south.
October 12th, 2008 the inauguration of Bait-uz-Zafar took place in New York City. The event, attended by about 100 guests including senators, congressmen, assemblymen, clergy and neighbors, showcased a diverse crowd of Christians, Jews, Hindus, Buddhists, and Muslims. The mosque, purchased earlier this year, had been a Jewish synagogue. Many members of the previous synagogue, Temple Israel, attended the ceremony, expressing their hopes that the building would serve the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community (AMC) well.