Interfaith Service held by Church and Mosque

25Jan2016

wo congregations joined for an interfaith service Sunday at the Unitarian Universalist Church on Paddock Avenue in a show of solidarity and support of the Baitul Aman Mosque of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in South Meriden and its members. With a theme of peace, love and togetherness, the two denominations shared a joint worship service that featured a reading from the Holy Quran — a recitation of the opening chapter known as “Mother of the Quran,” a universal prayer of seven short verses that Muslims recite daily multiple times.

At Unitarian Universalist Church Paddock Avenue

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community

wo congregations joined for an interfaith service Sunday at the Unitarian Universalist Church on Paddock Avenue in a show of solidarity and support of the Baitul Aman Mosque of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in South Meriden and its members. With a theme of peace, love and togetherness, the two denominations shared a joint worship service that featured a reading from the Holy Quran — a recitation of the opening chapter known as “Mother of the Quran,” a universal prayer of seven short verses that Muslims recite daily multiple times.

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