The Fullerton Masjid was originally founded by the Cham Refugee Community. Despite being a minority within a minority, the organization and committed generational families have served the local Muslim community at-large from its inception. The Cham Muslim community has since evolved into broader organizations, branching to multiple cities around the region. The Fullerton Masjid, also now known as the Fullerton Muslim Community Center (FMCC) is currently managed by the California Nonprofit Religious Organization, the Cham Muslims of Fullerton (CMF).
Although first established by local Cham families, the Fullerton Masjid community, by the grace of Allah, now enjoys the diverse body of its congregation boasting members from countries around the world, including the Middle East, Asia and Africa.
The Fullerton Muslim Community Center’s (FMCC) purpose is to facilitate the practice, education, and dissemination of information about Islam. The sources of Islam are the Holy Quran, and the Sunnah, the non-controversially relayed tradition of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). FMCC shall strive to provide educational, religious, charitable, recreational facilities and family-orientated activities of the highest possible quality for members of the Muslim and non-Muslim public community alike in order to foster future leaders and an environment of empowerment, solidarity and sense of inclusion, regardless of race, color, or religion.