Masjid is the Arabic word for mosque, the Muslim house of worship. “Summad” is an attribute of Allah the Almighty. It’s an Arabic word which means someone who is independent and needed by all. In other context, the word Summad also means everlasting and exalted. In essence, this attribute highlights the oneness and omnipotence of God Almighty and we are deeply humbled to be the custodians of this mosque.
Ahmadiyya Muslim Community has established thousands of mosques in over 200 countries of the world. Masjid Bait-us-Summad joins over 50 other Ahmadiyya mosques here in the US. It will be open to people of all faiths and will always be a source of peace for its guests and surroundings.