- The Society was registered with the State of Pennsylvania.
- Members rented the Upper Merion Cultural Center located on Moore Road in King of Prussia to meet once a week.
- Weekly activities at the cultural center included teaching children Qur’an and Islamic Studies. Adult Dars-e-Qur’an sessions were also held. The weekly meetings would conclude with a nice potluck dinner.
While the Society was looking for a permanent place to move in, it rented various places to perform Jumma prayer and Taraweeh prayers. In the Holy month of Ramadan, it invited Huffaz from various countries to lead Taraweeh Prayers.
The property was a farm house with a residential zoning on 4.99 acres of land. The property required several modifications before it could be used as a public place. The Society went through various township hearings for zoning changes.
All work was completed in November 1995 and ISGVF officially moved into the new place and started holding all its programs there.