A masjid that opens a door to Islamic thought and service:

RGS Masjid

The masjid offers five daily adhan and prayers including Ramadan tarawih prayers with full Qur’an recitation (Hatim) and iftar meals that embrace the entire community regardless of religion, language, and race. Lively Friday prayers with activities in the style of the Turkish Bayram culture attract a wide variety of Muslims.

Additional services are provided to student groups, churches, and similar institutions. They include expert teaching of Islam, guidance services to Muslim converts and educational seminars. There are also family organizations, conversation programs and demonstrations by the world-famous Qur’an Hafiz.

The daily prayers are different at Respect masjid

An uplifting spiritual environment with the recitation of Qur’an

Relaxing family environment

Beautiful surroundings for prayers

Convenient facilities with parking, easy access from the Route 22.

Experience a different Ramadan at Respect Masjid with Qari & Hafez Moustafa Alzain

Pray tarawih with Qari Moustafa Elzain – Imam of Al-Azhar Masjid, Egypt

Khatm Al-Qur’an with the tarawih prayers

Bring your family for the daily tarawih and community iftars every Saturday

Premium Qur’an recitation scholar in the world
Hafez Moustafa Alzain Premium Qur’an recitation scholar in the world.

Prayer Times

Friday Prayer time:

Azan: 1.30 Khutbah: 1.40 Prayer: 2.00 PM

Friday Prayers (Salatul-Jumu'ah) are performed at RGS Masjid every Friday at 1:30 PM. The Khutbah is given by Imam Beytullah Colak (Respect scholars visiting Imams). We occasionally invite scholars and imams from nearby Muslim communities to give Khutbahs and Halaqahs. Special Khutbas that we announce on this page may have different starting times.

Daily prayers are performed in congregation every day.

For each prayer adhan is called on time. For the time, please see the prayer times below. P.S.: Fajr prayer is performed at 4:45 AM.

Friday Prayer time:

Azan: 1.30 Khutbah: 1.40 Prayer: 2.00 PM

Friday Prayers (Salatul-Jumu'ah) are performed at RGS Masjid every Friday at 1:30 PM. The Khutbah is given by Imam Beytullah Colak (Respect scholars visiting Imams). We occasionally invite scholars and imams from nearby Muslim communities to give Khutbahs and Halaqahs. Special Khutbas that we announce on this page may have different starting times.

What do they think?

Dr. Abdelsalam Elshaikh

"I got to know the Respect Graduate School's mosque on the occasion of my friend Dr. Ali, who works as a neurologist at St. Luke Hospital. Since then, it has become one of my favorite places. Many good things I have come across have impressed me; but the mosque is always kept clean and the sincere smiles of the people there was one of the sides that attracted me the most."

Youssef from Allentown

"While I was driving on the highway 22, I noticed the sign of the Respect Graduate School. I curiously looked through the websites. Then I attended a Friday prayer. People welcomed me with an open heart, and I felt very comfortable. The design of the mosque is unique, it also reflects Islamic arts. When I pray in Respect Masjid, the environment takes me to Cordoba, where the Islamic civilization dominates. The building is dazzlingly clean, the people are very kind and, as Respect's name suggests, they are extremely respectful."

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    “The mosques of Allah should only be maintained by those who believe in Allah and the Last Day, establish prayer, pay zakat, and fear none but Allah. It is right to hope that they will be among the truly guided.”

    Surah At-Tawbah, Verse 18.

    Captures from RGS Masjid

    Respect Graduate School has a rare mosque that reflects the nature of traditional Turkish Islamic art. Our mosque offers an attractive example of Islam to the cosmopolitan Muslim and non-Muslim society of America with its visual character and its religious services bearing the traces of Turkish Islamic thought that has been distilled for centuries.

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