Wali Muhammad Mosque is the oldest place of worship of the African American Muslim community. The two-story building was once a Jewish center, but today it has a prayer hall on the top and houses a kitchen and a computer room on the ground floor. The mosque serves as a fundraising center for education and the betterment of the community as well, and sponsors local soup kitchens. Open five times a day for prayers, visitors are always welcome. Call them for more details.