MCL's summer 2018 book read was Professor Khaled Beydoun's:

American Islamophobia: Understanding the Roots and Rise of Fear

You can still get your book from MCL today! If you would like to buy and pick up a book, please contact us.

MCL – Muslim Community Link

Community Building Programs

Our community building programs seek to build a supportive community by facilitating opportunities for community members to interact with one another in healthy ways to create a sense of belonging and an environment of wellness. Currently, these include the Parent-Child Playgroup and Black Seed Farmers Market.

Black Seed Farmers Market

Black Seed Farmers Market connects community members of diverse backgrounds with each other, as well as with local farmers, some of whom are recent immigrants and/or refugees in order to foster wellness, belonging, and a supportive local economy around healthy food. Our market empowers community members to take their health into their own hands through access to healthier food choices.

Educational Services

MCL provides educational programming to raise awareness about societal problems that prevent us from belonging, as well as development programs that support individuals to take charge of their lives to achieve a life of wellness.

Referral & Support Services

Our referral & support services empower community members to access needed resources and services to achieve a life of wellness and belonging.


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a brief history of...


MCL was founded in 2001 to serve underrepresented Muslims in the Greater Worcester community. Today, we’re working to foster healthy community development and engagement, through community programs, education, and support services.