There was a mix of Thanksgiving favorites, including turkey and stuffing and traditional Muslim dishes. The dinner was followed by the regularly-scheduled Thursday prayer service led by Imam Shamshad A. Nadir.
They've been having the dinner for the past three years, inviting the community to come join.
"Thanksgving is not because of food," Nadir said. "It's a small part of it. Our prupose is to remember the favors God has bestowed upon us in everyday life. And it's also to teach our children our traditions."