Unifying communities, promoting the best Islamic and American values, and pursuing social justice in America

About MMCC:

The Michigan Muslim Community Council has served the community for over 25 years. Our new name was adopted in 2012 after the merging of the Council of the Islamic Organizations of Michigan (CIOM) and the Islamic Shura Council of Michigan (ISCOM), and reflects our new focus on community building and our  expanded board. 

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MMCC welcomes back the pilgrims who performed the Hajj and congratulates them for their accomplishment. However, MMCC is disturbed to hear reports of assaults and harassment of Shia pilgrims from Dearborn in the camps of Mina.  Sectarian conflict is to be condemned, and is completely against the spirit of the Hajj. We ask for the whole community to pray for the safe return of the Hajjis and uphold the Code of Honor, where all sects agree to  respect each other's traditions and maintain dialogue with each other in the spirit of our love for God and His Prophet.

Michigan Muslim Capitol Day

The Michigan Muslim Capitol Day on May 28th was a huge success, with almost 200 people coming to Lansing from across the state to meet their representatives and community leaders. (Click here for more pictures). The common theme was that Michigan's Muslims are diverse and engaged with their community, with great projects and ideas to make Michigan a better place for all. MMCC would like to thank its key sponsors including the CAIR-Michigan chapter, the Canton mosque (MCWS), Islamic Center of Great LansingMuslim Family Services,Zaman International, University Islamic Finance, Somerset Home Healthcare, APIA VotesHuda clinic, United Voices of America, and Biggby Coffee. The event was widely covered in the media with numerous television and print stories, including the Associated Press, Detroit Free Press, Detroit News, Lansing State Journal, WLNS and more.

A summary of the event can be seen in the video here.

We are excited and look forward to seeing more of the community at this year's Muslim Capitol Day on the 13th of May this 2014. 

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Michigan Muslim Community Council
30701 Woodward Avenue, Suite 310
Royal Oak, MI 48073
(248) 268-2766

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Community Events Calendar

Please use this community wide calender to plan ahead! Send event announcements to mmcc@mimuslimcouncil.com