Why Muslims in Nashville are praying at a Methodist church

May 4, 2021

The Islamic Center of Nashville is undergoing a remodel: roof repairs, new carpet and a fresh coat of paint. 

But it means the mosque in the heart of the city's 12South neighborhood cannot host Muslims for prayers during Ramadan. In need of a space to use, the center's leadership turned to a neighbor for help. 

Belmont United Methodist Church, located about a mile and a half from the mosque, offered up its community center.

Source: Why Muslims in Nashville are praying at a Methodist church - Nashville Tennessean