Baitul Hamd Mosque, Mississauga

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Baitul Hamd
Baitulhamdmosquemississaugaontario.jpg
Religion
AffiliationIslam
Location
LocationMississauga, Ontario (Ontario)
 Canada
Geographic coordinates43°38′14″N 79°38′13″W / 43.63722°N 79.63694°W / 43.63722; -79.63694 (Jamia Ahmadiyya Canada)Coordinates: 43°38′14″N 79°38′13″W / 43.63722°N 79.63694°W / 43.63722; -79.63694 (Jamia Ahmadiyya Canada)
Architecture
TypeMosque
Specifications
Dome(s)2
Minaret(s)1
Website
www.ahmadiyya.ca/

The Baitul Hamd (House of The Praise) is a mosque in Mississauga, Ontario west of Toronto run by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community (AMJ) in Canada. It was purchased in 1999 from Trinity Club House. much of the exterior of the building has remained the same. The interior has been transformed into a place of worship. This building houses separate places of worship differentiated by gender, A large Islamic Library, A Homeopathic clinic, A large cafeteria and commercial kitchen and several offices along with a full size basketball court as well as volleyball net on the exterior. This Building has also served as the Jamia Ahmadiyya (Missionary Training College) for North America from 2003 - 2010. This mosques serves the needs of the communities of Mississauga.

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