Committees which are made up of ISCJ volunteers are the backbone of the community. It’s with the help of committees that ISCJ is able to accomplish many different things and provide various services to the community. You can see the list of ISCJ committees below. To learn more, click on each specific committee link. Make sure you are ready to commit and the reasons you want to join a committee are sincere. You get to be part of a team that is providing value and service to the ISCJ community. Ultimately we are all doing these things for the sake of ALLAH Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala, always remember that!

Ready to volunteer or don't see a committee that interests you? Have more questions?Send an email to
Membership Committee
We are the sum of our parts, members. It is the faces of new generations of Muslims that will ensure that our community remains organized and viable for the future in this country. Creating membership means opening doors, and keeping our community organized, with a democratic voice.

- Maintain and verify accurate membership records (including email addresses)
- Prepare yearly Membership Application
- Review and verify all new Membership Applications
- Identify and promote membership benefits
- Conduct membership drives throughout the year including at ISCJ events
- Work closely with Administration, Accounting and other ISCJ committees
- Participate in the annual Elections by partnering with the Administration, Accounting and Board of Overseers
- To propose ideas to the ISCJ Board increase membership (for example: set goals for increase in membership on an annual basis, etc.).
- To propose ways to welcome new members to the ISCJ community (for example: new members get together, welcome information packet, etc.)
- To propose methods to manage ISCJ membership (for example: membership identification cards, etc.)
- Are you a member? If not download the applicable form below, complete and send to or hand in person at the ISCJ office:

Family Membership Form - Click here!Single Membership Form - Click here!Pay for ISCJ Membership online - Click here!
Complete it and submit to ISCJ office in person. Any detailed questions and suggestions including wanting to volunteer may be directed via email.
Social Activities Committee
A masjid is more than a place of worship, it is a community center, the center of a Muslim community's activities. If you've attended an iftar, or enjoyed our annual picnic, you've already seen our work. Halal activities are thought up and planned by you to the benefit of everyone so come and be creative with ideas. e.g. picnics, iftars, sports, camping, matrimonial, etc.

Building Committee
We are constantly working towards expanding our facilities to satisfy the needs of our growing community. As Islam grows in America so does the need for facilities large enough to host us. Alhumdullillah we have started the expansion project.
Ready to volunteer for the building committee? We need engineers, construction professionals, HVAC experts, project managers, and financial experts to help us, please send an email.
Media and Outreach Committee
The ISCJ Media and Outreach Committee is the official clearinghouse for information disseminated from our Society and community. It additionally handles all the media and outreach programs on behalf of ISCJ, such as:
- Visits from and to television stations
- Visits from and to radio stations
- Visits from and to newspapers and the print media
- Visits by ISCJ personnel to outside agencies, such as, schools and religious institutions
- Visits to ISCJ by outside schools and religious institutions
- Collaborative efforts, such as, Interfaith Meetings.
Contact Arif Patel via main office number 732-329-6995
Constitution Committee
Islam is by nature democratic and so is the ISCJ. As members make recommendations this committee reviews, presents and proposes amendments that our community votes on. Every great system of organizing people depends on a quality constitution that is adhered to.
ISCJ ConstitutionISCJ Procedure 16 - Prep and Conduct for General Body Meeting and ElectionsOfficial ISCJ Constitutional Amendment Procedure
Internal Audit Committee
The Internal Audit Committee reviews the procedures of processing the financial transactions in the various activities of ISCJ and seeks to ensure compliance with the ISCJ Policies and Procedures, generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and statutory requirements. A team of financial professionals report on their findings and make recommendations to the Board of Trustees. In simple terms we could be called a watchdog team. Any detailed questions and suggestions including wanting to volunteer may be directed to Accounting office.

Internal Audit Committee
ISCJ Maintenance Committee is responsible for routine repairs and maintenance to the main Masjid building, the burial preparation house, and other ISCJ rental properties. The committee augments the critical function of ISCJ Administrator's office. The committee meets monthly to prioritize open items and report progress. We are always looking for new members who have any of the following skills to share in service of the ISCJ: building maintenance/repair experience, coordination and communication, project management, and engineering. If you would like to volunteer to this committee, or have any suggestions or feedback

Career Advancement Program (CAP)
Career Advancement Program (CAP) is an ISCJ initiative with the goal of providing ISCJ community members (15 years old and above) with access to tools, resources and knowledge through seminars, workshops, group discussions, mentoring and targeted trainings for enriching their careers and enabling them to stay ahead of the curve. Br.Sadiq Shariff is currently leading this program. Planning is underway to identify and create events based on the needs of the community We are excited to provide a valuable and relevant service to the ISCJ community. Some exciting projects under consideration include:
• Seminars/Workshops
• Career Planning
• Personality and Career Assessments
• Marketing Yourself – Resume Writing, Interviewing and Social Networking
• Career Management for Muslim Women
• Leveraging Social Media for your Career or Business Skills Trainings
• Public Speaking
• Business Planning
• Project Management

Any detailed questions and suggestions including wanting to volunteer may be directed to Br. Sadiq.

ISCJ Endowment Fund
ISCJ Endowment Fund has been in existence since 2008 and its holdings are valued at $160k as of Oct 2016. Our mission is to establish a strong and thriving ISCJ Endowment Fund with the following objectives.
- Benefit ISCJ Members and their families
- Sponsor need-based and merit-based college scholarships
-Sponsor cultural, social and interfaith programs
- Help the needy members of the community
- Pay for ISCJ operational expenses and reduce membership fees in the future
- Fund seed-money for certain special fard-e-kifaya type of projects for the community

Our immediate goal is to grow the ISCJ Endowment Fund to $1 million in 3-5 years through gifts from our community and investment returns. For more information, please contact us.
Expansion Funding Group
Also known as EFG, they have been working tirelessly for the past several years to do various fundraising related activities. For any detailed questions and suggestions including wanting to volunteer, please contact us.

Senior Citizens 65+
A social event for Senior Citizens 65+. We meet on the last Sunday of each month, show up to meet new friends and reconnect with old friends. Please email us with any questions.

Policies and Procedures Committee
There is a right way and a haphazard way to do the same thing. This committee ensures that that these standards of quality for our policies and procedures are maintained.