Founded in 1987, inaugurated in 1989, by Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad (ra). The Bait ul Hameed Mosque is a beautiful structure, featuring a distinct and unique architecture. Sitting on a five acre lot in the heart of the Chino Valley, located about 40 miles east of Los Angeles, California. The Mosque is filled with spiritual light brought to this magnificent building through worshippers of God that frequent the Mosque Regularly.

In October of 2009 the mosque was reopened after being expanded from a cozy 15,000 square feet to a spacious 27,000 square feet. The Mosque features two prayer halls, two community halls, a nursery, conference room, library, a bookstore, three multipurpose halls, a small kitchen, and ten office. The space combined with technologies of the 21st century make the Chino Mosque a premiere facility to host numerous large scale events of the local Ahmadiyya Muslim Community The Mosque is open to all who wish to worship and regularly hosts events where local community members and neighbors are invited to experience the true teachings of Islam.