#VisitMyMosque 18th February 2018

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 18/02/2018
12:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Location
Madinah Mosque

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Please see invitation below for Madinah Mosque Open Day on Sun 18th Feb 12-5pm. Johny and few other colleagues are planning to arrive at the Mosque by 12:30pm. Please do join them if you’d like to. Otherwise, you are welcome to make your own way anytime during 12-5pm. So that he can look for you, let Johny know (jgrassroots@btconnect.com) if you are planning to come at/after 12:30pm as around 1:30pm there are likely to be some presentations too.

Johny (David Jonathon of Grassroots)

David Kesterton will also be visiting our local Mosque – Madinah Mosque  at Oak Rd  LU4 8AD from about 1.30pm.  If anyone wants to come along with him they are welcome to meet him outside the Mosque at 1.30pm.  Refreshments are being provided all day.

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Assalamu ‘Alaikum (May the Peace & Blessings of God Be Upon You).

It is with pleasure that we invite you to visit My Mosque Afternoon Tea, at UKIM Madinah Mosque, 128-130 Oak Road, Luton, LU4 8AD on Sunday 18th February 2018 between 11am to 5pm. This free, community led, open day is just one of many being hosted in British Mosques around the country, in the spirit of understanding and dialogue, as part of the national #VisitMyMosque initiative co-ordinated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB). The organisers aim to make local communities more familiar and comfortable with Islam, a great faith constantly associated in the press with censure and negativity. As always, we hope to share experiences, raise questions and discuss issues, all within a friendly setting. No doubt this will help us to learn and foster better understanding between people of different faiths and none.   The day will feature a variety of sumptuous delicacies, drinks, exhibits, tours and gifts so invite your friends and colleagues and bring them along. We look forward to welcoming you and your guests with a hot cup of tea and warm samosas!

Kind Regards & Wasalaam,

Maqsood Anwar

UKIM Madinah Mosque

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