The Valley Ranch Islamic Center is located in Irving, Texas. Its location puts it in the center of the DFW metroplex with easy and quick access to major highways, DFW International airport, and high-end shopping centers and restaurants.

VRIC serves the Muslim communities of Valley Ranch, Las Colinas and Coppell, along with other neighboring cities.

VRIC was established in 2009 to meet the needs of our growing community. Alhamdullilah we have grown tremendously since then and continue to see an increase in our congregation.

VRIC provides several services including, but not limited to, five daily prayers, Friday prayer, study groups (halaqas), Ramadan programs (taraweeh and weekend iftars), weekday and weekend Qur’anic school, and a medical clinic.


Our vision at Valley Ranch Islamic Center is to be leading Islamic organization that provides a dynamic and innovative environment for spiritual, educational, and social activities for the entire family, and specifically the future generation of American Muslims.


  • We provide a full spectrum of valued resources and services to our diverse community
  • We aim to provide a safe place for people of all ages and backgrounds to connect, pray, learn and grow in accordance with Quran and Sunnah
  • With love and compassion, we hope to inspire and build the future generation of American Muslim leaders
  • We strive to work in harmony with other Muslim and non-Muslim groups and civic organizations to meaning fully contribute to charitable causes and enhance our collective future
  • We provide our services in a transparent and effective way, leveraging a team of dedicated and volunteer resources



The VRIC logo captures the essence of a dignified and unified resource for Muslims in the Valley Ranch area.

The brand aims to accomplish these 3 goals:

  1. Unity: VRIC uses a repetitive pattern of rounded squares to create a larger ornament to display unity in design and in ideals.
  2. Dignity: VRIC uses stars to crown a few elements of the repetitive pattern to imply an elevated status among the masses.
  3. Relativity: VRIC incorporates stars as a reference to the Texas Lone Star, which highlights its mission to be a local resource for the community.