Peggy Fletcher Stack / The Salt Lake Tribune
A new mosque with a surprisingly original look and feel is rising in West Jordan.
Its domes will be pyramidlike triangles, rather than the spheres most common to mosques. The women’s section will be nearly equal in size and on the same floor as the men’s, separated only by a glass door.
It will be the new home of the Utah Islamic Center, which has been meeting in a rented Sandy warehouse tucked behind a strip mall since 2007. At 350 members (250 men and 100 women), the congregation has dramatically outgrown those quarters.
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