SIGNIFICANT THREADS OF FAITHS (6129)

In United Kingdom by SAIRA MIR

PL84U AL-SUFFA organised an event to mark “The World Interfaith Harmony Week’ and invited leaders of all faiths and non to speak about Peace, Harmony and the Importance of working together for the ‘Common Good’. PL84U AL-SUFFA opened the doors of Walthamstow Town Hall and hosted over 450 people from all faiths, backgrounds, beliefs and social groups to raise awareness of not only our similarities but also to be able to celebrate our differences, as these differences are what makes us unique, and one of these differences is the way we dress in our everyday lives and or for when we worship.

ISoc Ed Interfaith Dinner

In United Kingdom by zeinab

.. it’s that time of the year again – our Interfaith Dinner! This event has repeatedly proven to be one of our most popular events during our Discover Islam Week in being a great night for everyone of different faiths and beliefs to come together for a night of entertainment, food and good company. Tickets can be purchased through QPay in the link below:www.interfaithdinner18.getqpay.com Remember to purchase your tickets soon to guarantee your space – limited tickets are available! Need help? Reach out to the team at support@quicklypay.it and they’ll get you sorted. Or for questions about the event, contact the student society on Facebook or other relevant social media, or at isocedinburgh@gmail.com.

One Spirit Interfaith Spring Gathering at Bandon Town Hall

In United Kingdom by zeinab

An evening of readings, meditation and song at Bandon Town HallEveryone is welcome, from all faiths and none. Tea/ coffee will be served afterwardsJane Killingbeck is an ordained One Spirit Interfaith Minister and will be leading this gathering supported by her companion ministers. We celebrate and honour the impulse so many people have to find meaning in their lives, and the love and wisdom which lie at the heart of all faith traditions.This gathering is free to all, but a small donation towards expenses, and towards our on-going work would be gratefully received.Please contact Rev Jane Killingbeck for further details or just come and join us Janekillingbeck1@hotmail.com 0857818137

Interfaith Scotland

In United Kingdom by zeinab

Come and join us for a women’s interfaith dialogue in Dundee on Wednesday 7th March to celebrate International Women’s Day.

Interfaith Lunch

In United Kingdom by zeinab

The interfaith lunch is the perfect way to end the week – all are invited to this event where we hope to promote a friendly environment for all members of the community to share food together and get to know each other better! More details to follow.

Interfaith Dinner

In United Kingdom by zeinab

Save the day for 15th of February 6 PMThe union has prepared a grand feast for FREE who wants to get together and exchange ideas of different faith and culture while enjoying a Chinese buffet! Open for all!With the day being the New Year’s eve to a lot of Asian students, we are also taking the opportunity to celebrating the union and prosperity our diverse student community has brought to Strathclyde, so come and dine with your community on the 15th of February! (All food halal!!!) What is interfaith? Scotland is a modern multi-faith and multi-cultural country where all people can live together in harmony, and where people of all faiths and ethnic backgrounds can follow their religion or belief and achieve their potential. We all want to live in a Scotland where mutual trust, respect and understanding form the basis for our lives and our relationships with others.  Date: 15th of FebruaryVenue: Vertigo, Strathclyde students’ union level 8, 90 John …

Interfaith Afternoon Tea in the House of Lords (2256)

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I am voluntarily organising an Interfaith Afternoon Tea in the House of Lords which is sponsored by Lord Mohamed Sheikh (a UK government peer) for 14 young and diverse faiths leaders from different UK organisations. The aim of the interfaith tea is to bring young leaders from different faith organisations who wouldn't usually work together to discuss opportunities to collaborate, to share stories about the amazing work they do and to see how we can all work together to shape the sector in the UK. By creating this safe space I hope more ideas flourish which can help boost community cohesion in the UK. I have been voluntarily doing this for the last 10 years outside of work. Cllr Hashim Bhatti (3FF Alumni Committee/Parliamentor)

Antigen-Antibody Interactions (4386)

In United Kingdom by Regina Joe

This online event will focus on the latest advancements and research in antigen-antibody interactions. It will also discuss the parameters of the Antigen Antibody Interactions and the various effects like valency and affinity, Estimating antibody affinity and kinetics, the interaction of antibodies with soluble antigens, Radio-immunoassays, Immunofluorescence. This online event gathers the world’s best experts, doctors, academic scientist and researchers to exchange and share their research experience in the field of Immunology. It’s highly advised for those who are working in the fields of Immunology, microbiology, pharmacy and other research areas. It is an innovative platform for Research scientists, immunologists and pharmaceutical professionals involved in basic and translational research related to laboratory diagnostics, including immune-haematology.

We Welcome Interfaith Event

In United Kingdom by zeinab

We would like to welcome all members of faith groups and the community in and around Reading to our ‘We Welcome’ event on the 21st of Feb. The event will include addresses from various faith leaders, as well as exhibits from local initiatives seeking to make our town a place of sanctuary for those fleeing war, persecution and poverty. There will be a time for networking and refreshments. Please RSVP to info@reading.cityofsanctuary.org to secure your place 

Interfaith Formal

In United Kingdom by zeinab

One of the biggest events in the JSoc calendar is back. Join friends from JSoc, ISoc, Christian Union and HUMSoc on Monday, 12th Feb (5th week) for a formal at Trinity College starting at 7PM.  There are only 10 places available for each faith society, so make sure you book quickly!

Interfaith Afternoon Tea in the House of Lords (2928)

In United Kingdom by Cllr Hashim Bhatti

I am doing 3 different things for World Interfaith Harmony Week 2018: 1) I am organising an Interfaith Afternoon Tea in the House of Lords in Parliament which is sponsored by Lord Mohamed Sheikh for 14 young, diverse faith leaders from different faith organisations such as Three Faiths Forum, Faiths Forum etc. I was part of the Three Faiths Forum ParliaMentors programme and ran their alumni committee for 5 years founding the inaugural alumni awards and the UK's first Interfaith Summit. I will Chair the afternoon tea and the agenda will be about sharing best practices between faith organisations and looking for ways as young leaders we can collaborate to shape the interfaith sector in the UK. The actual date may need to be pushed back to the 19th March 2018 due to Lord Sheikh's commitments. 2) I confronted my fears of the sea by snorkeling in Cancun, Mexico which I did on 12 January 2018 and have picture evidence. …

Interfaith Tree Planting

In United Kingdom by 15A Rohini Road Wellawatta Colombo-06 Sri Lanka

Interfaith Tree Planting in HaringeyWhere: Crescent Gardens, in front of Haringey Civic Centre, 255 High Road, Wood Green, London, N22 8LEWhen: Tuesday 6th February, 2018, 10.00amWho: St Michael’s Church and Wightman Road Mosque and Haringey MosqueWhat: We will be planting 2 treesWhy: To promote community spirit, create interfaith connections and improve the natural beauty of the areaFuture: There will also be an opportunity for a long term commitment to the nurturing of these trees if any of your congregation is interested

Interfaith Tea Party

In United Kingdom by zeinab

We’re back with the ‘Discover Islam Week’ campaign for 2018! We start with a bang – an interfaith tea party where you are all invited for what is set to be a fun, interesting and informative afternoon! Our theme this year is ‘Islam Around the World’ – join us in the Desert Room (2nd floor SU) and treat yourself to free tea, desserts and a variety of other cultural foods! As always, please feel free to message us with any questions! #DIW2018 #LSEISoc

Grill a Muslim & Islam in 60 minutes

In United Kingdom by zeinab

Does God exist? How can you prove that God exists? Why can a Muslim man have four wives? Why do Muslims women wear the hijab? Get the opportunity to ask these questions, plus any other that you may have, to none other than Mohammed Hijab during what is set to be an interesting and stimulating evening of discussion!  Check out some videos of our speaker: http://bit.ly/2nFvCNr Venue: CLM 6.02 (LSE Clement House, Floor 6, Room 2) As always, feel free to message us if you have any questions about the event, and don’t forget to like our page! #DIW2018 #LSEISoc  

A tour of Regents Park Mosque

In United Kingdom by zeinab

n the wake of the 2015 attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, California, anti-Muslim sentiment has spiked. Existing and proposed mosque sites have been targeted for vandalism and other criminal acts due to the misconception of mosques harbouring terrorism.  We’d like to correct these stereotypes during DIW via a mosque tour on the 7th of February 2018 at Regent’s Park Mosque. Part of the tour will involve taking the visitors to the mosque’s exhibition centre where there will be a plethora of topics to engage with and this will be followed by a Q&A session.  The group will be meeting up outside the SU building at 2pm. Please sign up as soon as possible as spaces are limited and going fast! Sign up link: http://bit.ly/2nIY7d8

Can women prosper in Islam?

In United Kingdom by zeinab

Oppressed, inferior, and unequal – for many people, these are the first words that come to mind when thinking about women in Islam. These stereotypes confuse Islam with cultural practices and fail to recognise that Islam has empowered women with the most progressive rights since the 7th century. In Islam, women are not inferior to men. This talk will present the actual teachings of Islam regarding the rights, roles, and responsibilities of women in an intellectually stimulating way – there will also be a Q&A session at the end! This talk will be led by Zara Faris who graduated in Arabic & Islamic Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS). She is now a researcher, writer, and international speaker for the Muslim Debate Initiative (MDI). Please message us if you have any questions, and check out our page for the rest of our events!  #DIW2018 #LSEISoc

Interfaith Netball Tournament

In United Kingdom by zeinab

Discover Islam Week aims to give rise to events which give the opportunity for Muslims and non-Muslims to interact and combat stereotypes surrounding Islamic beliefs. Therefore, we will be hosting an interfaith netball tournament which will take place on Wednesday, the 7th of Feb in Lincolns Inn Field from 4-5pm 💪Please message us if you’re interested in participating (some of us have never played netball before!) or come along and watch societies get together – it’ll be a fun and friendly time for all.

Annual Interfaith Dinner: IAW 2018

In United Kingdom by zeinab

GUMSA would like to cordially invite each and every one of you to our highly anticipated Annual Interfaith Dinner! Come along and interact with people of different faiths over a FREE 3 course meal! The aim of this event is to promote religious harmony amongst students on campus, as well as promoting discussion between students of faith and no faith! We’ll have speakers, an exhibition and a great quiz on the night! You’ll even have the chance to take away a custom made Arabic calligraphy keepsake! When: Thursday 22nd February, 6pmWhere: University of Glasgow, Queen Margaret Union, main hall This event is always well attended and very popular with students; it’s a night NOT to be missed! N.B. There are limited spaces; so it’s first come first served! We cannot wait to meet you all!

Faith in Gender Justice: Annual Interfaith Lecture (9820)

In United Kingdom by Dr Maureen Sier

The evening will begin with a shared meal and will be followed by the Annual Public lecture. Immediately after the lecture there will be an opportunity for those, from the diverse faith traditions of Scotland, to engage in meaningful dialogue around carefully selected questions related to the topic.

Living with Gods: Water & Nature.

In United Kingdom by zeinab

In light of its new exhibition “Living with gods”, the British Museum has invited Faiths In Tune to contribute several music events to the special exhibition’s programme. The British Museum’s new exhibition Living with gods runs from 2 November 2017 to 8 April 2018 and looks at how people have been practising religion throughout human history, highlighting the common elements of worship in different faith traditions and offering “a perspective on what makes believing a vital part of human behaviour.” The exhibition as such covers a variety of aspects from personal prayers to community rituals, yet leaves out the role of music in religious practice. This is where Faiths In Tune comes in to complement the exhibition with two themed music afternoons that show common threads between different religions, expressed through music in four performances per event. Inspired by the exhibition, the first music event will be held on 3rd December, themed “light & fire”, and the second will be on 4th February, themed …

Interfaith Moray Group Meeting

In United Kingdom by zeinab

This note is a warm invite and reminder to join our regular bi-monthly Interfaith Moray meeting next week on Tuesday 30th January at the usual time and place. Time & date: 7-9 pm, Tuesday 30 JanLocation: St Sylvester’s Church, Institution Road, Elgin Jenny will lead the evening and for part of the evening, interfaith ministers Judith, Angie and Chloe will share something about their individual ministries. We hope to see you there!  Also, in case anyone missed receiving the invite from Marlene The Inverness Interfaith Group is holding an event for Holocaust Memorial Day, on Thursday 25th January this week, in the Town House, 7pm for a 7.30 start. Warmest regards, Angie, Jenny and Juli

Interfaith Activism; Refugee Crisis (8921)

In United Kingdom by SAIQA LATIF

Eleven young sacred activists living in the U.K. Eight different faiths. Five consecutive days in Calais. One common cause; the global refugee crisis. I'm part of a young group of activists collectively working to raise awareness of refugees in our local communities. With less than 2% resettled in the U.K, we have come together to find creative solutions to raise this figure and help the U.K become a home and reunite with their families. We meet once or twice a month to listen, exchange ideas and learn from guest speakers. This is all in preparation for a week in February in Calais to assist the charity 'Help Refugees'. In between chopping carrots, providing clothes, blankets, and warm food, we will spend time with the people we want to help empower. It's an opportunity to share stories, and to listen to their hopes and their fears as an uncertain future lies ahead of them. With the wisdom of eight sacred faiths …

Community Meal: Building Friendships Across Religious Boundaries Glasgow Gurdwara.

In United Kingdom by zeinab

At a time when forces of prejudice and hate threaten to destabilise relationships between communities both locally and globally, World Interfaith Harmony Week (WIHW) provides a perfect opportunity for us to reflect on what interfaith harmony consists in, why it matters, and how we can most effectively work towards it. To this end, Interfaith Glasgow will host a series of three events exploring three key elements of interfaith harmony: friendship, dialogue, and cooperation. Community Meal: Building Friendships Across Religious Boundaries Glasgow Gurdwara. Participation by invitation. This event will bring together approximately 25 people from Glasgow’s diverse faith and belief communities to share a meal provided by Glasgow’s Sikh community. The theme of the event will be interfaith friendship-building and there will be conversation cards encouraging participants to reflect on and discuss with their neighbours questions such as: • What does it mean to work towards interfaith friendship? What is the vision of society that we are trying to bring into …

Scriptural Reasoning: Why Engage in Dialogue? Interfaith Scotland Dialogue Centre.

In United Kingdom by 15A Rohini Road Wellawatta Colombo-06 Sri Lanka

Open to Christians, Jews, and Muslims. This special Scriptural Reasoning event for approximately 25 participants will go back to basics and explore why Jews, Christians, and Muslims should engage in interfaith dialogue. What do the sacred texts of these traditions tell us about how we should engage with others who believe and practise differently from us? How can we apply these lessons in today’s fractured world? This event will use the format of Scriptural Reasoning—an internationally renowned method of interfaith dialogue where people come together to discuss a passage from each of their scriptures on a common theme. The goal is not to build consensus, but greater understanding. Speakers from each of the traditions set the scene by introducing a text from their tradition, and then all are welcomed as equals to join in discussion in small groups. The atmosphere is intimate and friendly and participants have an opportunity to be mutually hospitable towards one another. Playing the role of …

Interfaith discussion – Sheikh Anwar Mady and Rabbi Singer

In United Kingdom by zeinab

This discussion between the Rabbi and the Sheikh will be facilitated by Peter Osborne Chairman of the Community Relations Council. This event is being organised by the Northern Ireland Interfaith Forum. It is open to the public but those intending to be present should register in advance – This event is now full – we can not take any more registrations

Interfaith Celebration

In United Kingdom by zeinab

Interfaith Celebration: celebrating faith through fashion, music and art. All are welcome to share different stories and images of what your culture or faith means to you through music, dress and art. Tickets will cost £10 to include vegetarian food and soft drinks.

Scriptural Reasoning: Why Dialogue?

In United Kingdom by zeinab

This special interfaith dialogue event marking World Interfaith Harmony Week will invite participants from the Jewish, Muslims and Christian traditions to go back to basics and explore why they should engage in interfaith dialogue. What do the sacred texts of these traditions tell us about how we should engage with others who believe and practice differently from us? How can we apply these lessons in today’s fractured world? This event will use the format of Scriptural Reasoning – an internationally renowned method of interfaith dialogue where people come together to discuss a passage from each of their scriptures on a common theme. The goal is not to build consensus, but understanding and ultimately friendship. Speakers from each of the traditions set the scene by introducing a text from their tradition, and then all are welcomed as equals to join in discussion in small groups. The atmosphere is intimate and friendly and participants have an opportunity to be mutually hospitable towards …

Considering a Principled, Interfaith Approach to Discrimination, Ethnic Cleansing and Genocide. (1918)

In United Kingdom by Robin Marsh

Rev Dr Marcus Braybrooke: Co-President of the World Congress of Faiths Rev Dr David Hanna: Universal Peace Federation Regional Chairman Sister Elizabeth O\\\'Donohoe: Westminster Interfaith Dr Maarof Bin Haja Mohideen Al Mahroof: Consultant Obstetrician, Gynaecologist, Expert on Ageing and Philanthropist Humphrey Hawksley: Renowned Journalist, Author and Commentator Free Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/world-interfaith-harmony-week-tickets-42162960550 The Universal Peace Federation highlights principles to foster peace among individuals, families or even families of nations. The founding UPF principle of ‘humanity being one family under a loving and inclusive God’ seems simple, but it has profound implications for the conduct of human relations. We would like to consider how we can step forward towards this ideal. After Holocaust Memorial Day we have to consider how to prevent current and future Genocides. There are also examples of harsh persecution of minorities that occur within and across faith lines. These are some of the most terrible actions that people in the position of power do to others in a weaker …

Friendship, Dialogue, Cooperation: Exploring Crucial Elements of Interfaith Harmony (3821)

In United Kingdom by Noora Chahine

The Value of Interfaith Cooperation: a Time for Reflection Interfaith Scotland Dialogue Centre. Participation by invitation. The plight of Glasgow’s Refugees and Asylum Seekers is a concern shared across faith communities. Recognising this, Interfaith Glasgow’s ground-breaking Weekend Club project, running now for nearly three years, brings together volunteers from different faith communities to work together to tackle the social isolation resulting from poverty and the lack of service provision at the weekends. Our interfaith team of ten volunteers organise monthly events for Refugees, Asylum Seekers, and new migrants from all over the world. These family-friendly events help participants better understand Scotland’s culture and traditions, as well as enabling them to share elements of their home traditions. In this special meeting of our Weekend Club volunteers, they will be invited to reflect on their experiences of cooperating across religious boundaries to achieve a shared goal. Questions they’ll address will include: • What motivated you to become involved in interfaith cooperative action? …

Interfaith Scriptural Explorations

In United Kingdom, United States of America by zeinab

We will use Spiritual Reasoning, a method sponsored by Cambridge University, to explore texts from the New Testament, Qur’an, and Torah to understand common themes.  Facilitated by students in Leadership in a Multi-Faith World at Hendrix College. Held at the Religion and Philosophy Commons at Hendrix College on the following dates from 3:30pm to 4:30pm.

World Interfaith Harmony Week

In United Kingdom by zeinab

‘Considering a Principled, Interfaith Approach to Discrimination, Ethnic Cleansing, and Genocide.’ Rev Dr Marcus Braybrooke: Co-President of the World Congress of Faiths Rev Dr David Hanna: Universal Peace Federation Regional Chairman Sister Elizabeth O’Donohoe: Westminster Interfaith (TBC) Dr Maarof Bin Haja Mohideen Al Mahroof: Consultant Obstetrician, Gynaecologist, Expert on Ageing and Philanthropist Humphrey Hawksley: Journalist, Commentator and Author.Universal Peace Federation highlights principles to foster peace among individuals, families or even families of nations. The founding UPF principle of ‘humanity being one family under a loving and inclusive God’ seems simple but has profound implications for the conduct of human relations. We would like to consider how we can step forward towards this ideal. After Holocaust Memorial Day we have to consider how to prevent current and future Genocides. There are also instances of the harsh persecution of minorities that occur within and across faith regional lines. These are some of the worst actions that people in the position of power do …

Interfaith Harmony Week Vigil (2256)

In United Kingdom by Carolyn Neogi

There will be contributions from 5 Faiths including 3 University Chaplains and 2 Forum members, a talk from Surrey Police & Crime Commissioner, and then a candle-lit vigil with contributions from the floor

#visitmymosque – Paigham e Islam Trust Mosque (Sparkhill, Birmingham) (9655)

In United Kingdom by Adrees Sharif

My Mosque is taking part in the national #visitmymosque initiative organised by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) and in the spirit of friendship and conversation we hope to give members of the local community an engaging insight into the life of the Mosque and to promote greater understanding of Islam. The event will be held on Sunday 18th February 2018 from 12pm to 5pm and will involve lots of enagaing activities for the whole family such as: * Childrens' Game Room with a Pool Table and Table Tennis * Childrens' Creche for younger children with fun activities * Islamic Exhibition * Mosque Tour * "Ask the Imam" Open Question and Answer sessions * Try a Hijab and other activities such as Henna hand painting * Observing Muslim Prayer * See our ICare Food Hub in Action! We very much hope that you and your family will be able to attend!

OneLight Gathering

In United Kingdom by zeinab

We welcome you, whatever your degree of faith, to join our growing community of spiritual inquirers for events of fellowship, reflection and devotion. These inclusive evenings are skilfully held by a team of trained Interfaith ministers and support people exploring spirituality in an inter-denominational atmosphere. Our gatherings offer song, silence, prayerful circles, space for inner questioning, contemplation and healing; building a generous community spirit in a peaceful setting in central London.

Interfaith dialogue between Sheikh Anwar Mady and Rabbi David Singer (6593)

In United Kingdom by Edwin Graham

The next meeting of the Northern Ireland Interfaith Forum will be a discussion between Rabbi David Singer and Sheikh Anwar Mady, facilitated by Mr Peter Osborne Thursday 1st February 7:30pm – 9:30pm 29 Notting Hill Belfast. BT9 5NS Sheikh Anwar has been living in Belfast with his family for about 20 years and Rabbi Singer has been here since March 2014. In the four years that they have both been in Belfast they have built a positive relationship at a time when religious intolerance has been on the increase. This meeting provides an opportunity to hear both Sheikh Anwar and Rabbi Singer reflect on their experiences of Belfast and the contribution that interfaith dialogue has made to their lives. The evening is being generously hosted by the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs at their offices in Belfast: 29 Notting Hill (off the Malone Road), Belfast. BT9 5NS The meeting is open to members of the Interfaith Forum and their friends. …

Interfaith Discussion

In United Kingdom by zeinab

Join us for the third annual interfaith discussion at SGUL. We will be hosting representatives of various faith groups to discuss a topic yet to be revealed! Come along to hear and take part in the only such interfaith dialogue at our university. It will be an interactive event so be ready to ask questions to the panel. See you there 🙂

Living with gods: *Water & Nature* interfaith performances

In United Kingdom by zeinab

In light of its new exhibition “Living with gods”, the British Museum has invited Faiths In Tune to contribute several performance events to the special exhibition’s programme. This first special event is entitled “WATER & NATURE” and will feature performances from Shamanic, Muslim, Lucumi/Santeria and Sikh artists. The event will be held in the Great Court of the British Museum. The performances are free and family friendly. For more details, visit our website: http://www.faithsintune.org/living-with-gods

ophthalmology and structure of eye (753)

In United Kingdom by Jennifer William

This live stream event will focus on technological advancement and research practice in the field of ophthalmology, ophthalmic surgery, optometry, eye care professions, digital eye strain, molecular degeneration of rod and cones, eye implantation, diabetic eye disease, LASIK and vision surgery, eye safety, vision over 40 and 60, contact lens. This live stream event bringing together ophthalmologists, scientists, professors, researchers, doctors, all across the globe will be discussing and sharing their ideas and research on eye.

Human genetics & genetic disorders (2233)

In United Kingdom by Alica Grace

This is purely an online event .The Human Genetics 2018 conference focuses on the topics Biochemical genetics ,Cancer Genetics, Classical genetics, Clinical Genetics, Cytogenetics, Developmental Genetics, Genomics, Genetic Counseling, Molecular Biology, Molecular genetics, Population genetics and Pharmacogenomics. By bringing together interdisciplinary researchers working in various life sciences fields, this event would lay a platform for all the Academicians, Scientists, Young Researchers, Pharmacists, Genetic counselors to interact and intend their advanced scientific researches with global eminent scientists and accelerate progress in Human Genetics. This conference would be a great opportunity for the global scientists with great mark of vision in the field of Genetics.

http://lifescienceevents.com/online-conferences/antibiotics/ (8505)

In United Kingdom by Regina Joe

This online event is a gathering of the world’s best food allergy experts, doctors, academic scientist and researchers to exchange and share their research experience in the field of food allergy. It also discuss the various aspects and parameters of the allergies and the various ill effects. Its highly advised for those who are working in the field of food allergies and having some innovative ideas and plans to eradicate it.

Mosaic ~ Interfaith Prayer

In United Kingdom by zeinab

MOSAIC is a sacred circle of seekers, welcoming people of all faiths and none who are open to exploring what it is to be a spiritual being in the chaotic riches of urban London life. It is a place of mutual trust, respect & curiosity.We gather in a circle around a central altar, blending matters of the heart with challenges our world presents, some gentle prayer, some silence and some sharing of ourselves as is personally comfortable. Stratford Unitarian Church West Ham Lane  Stratford, E15 4PHUnited Kingdom

OneLight Gathering

In United Kingdom by zeinab

We welcome you, whatever your degree of faith, to join our growing community of spiritual inquirers for events of fellowship, reflection and devotion. These inclusive evenings are skilfully held by a team of trained Interfaith ministers and support people exploring spirituality in an inter-denominational atmosphere. Our gatherings offer song, silence, prayerful circles, space for inner questioning, contemplation and healing; building a generous community spirit in a peaceful setting in central London.

United for Peace: Unity through Poetry (1819)

In United Kingdom by Kaleem Hussain

The Oxford Foundation in partnership with The Edward Cadbury Centre for the Public Understanding of Religion at the University of Birmingham, is hosting a gathering entitled, United for Peace: Unity through Poetry. Leading luminaries from across the faith, cultural, and non-faith traditions will read, chant and sing beautiful poetry that will speak across different cultures and faiths affirming the universal message of peace, love, wisdom, unity and harmony. The evening will incorporate poetry interspersed with silent reflection and music that will celebrate and affirm these shared values. United for Peace is a national initiative by The Oxford Foundation that draws United Kingdom’s diverse communities together to affirm the values that unite us. The values of respect, love, peace, compassion and understanding as opposed to the narratives that extremists advocate of ugliness, division, hatred, and violence. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/united-for-peace-unity-through-poetry-tickets-31347434019

Visit My Mosque Day 2017 (5475)

In United Kingdom by Hassan Joudi

#VisitMyMosque day took place on Sunday 5th February 2017. Facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain, the initiative is now in its third year. This year saw over 150 mosques taking part. Mosques from all regions of the UK took part (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland), inviting in their local communities and non-Muslims to share tea and refreshments along with an opportunity to put their questions to mosque-goers. 2017 saw a large increase in the number of mosques taking part from 94 to 159 mosques. From big mosques such as Finsbury Park Mosque to small ones such as Craven Arms Islamic Centre, #VisitMyMosque saw a whole range of mosques taking part. This year, two launch events took place- one in London at Finsbury Park Mosque and the other in Manchester at Khizra Mosque. This year’s theme focused on ‘what mosques do for their local communities.’ This theme aimed to highlight the invaluable contribution that Mosques and British Muslims make …

Interfaith Meeting

In United Kingdom by zeinab

The event is around Chinese New Year and will be about Hull’s Chinese community, Confucius, Buddhism, environmental transformation and citizen action.  Speakers include Martha Chan, Administrator of Hull University’s Confucius Institute, Richard Friend, who spent 25 years in Thailand and Indochina working in environmental development, and Howard Quinn of Yorkshire and Hull Kagyu Dechen Buddhists.

Visit My Mosque (Cheadle Mosque (CMA))

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Altrincham Islamic Cultural Centre)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Abdullah Quilliam Mosque)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Southampton Medina Mosque Trust Limited)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Portsmouth Central Mosque)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (PIETY Centre)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Zainabiya Islamic Centre – KSI Muslim Community of Milton Keynes)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Wycombe Islamic Society)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (The Markaz (Canterbury))

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Shah Jahan Mosque (Woking)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Purley Islamic Community Centre)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Masjid Al-Jannah)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Maidstone Mosque)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Maidenhead Mosque)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (M A Al Kharafi Islamic Centre (Camberly Mosque))

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Aisha Masjid & Islamic Centre)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Stevenage Muslim Community Centre)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Medina Mosque (Luton))

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Masjid Khadijah & Islamic Centre (UKIM Peterborough))

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Lincoln Mosque)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Ipswich Mosque)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Ihsan Mosque (Norwich))

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Husaini Islamic Centre (Peterborough)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Hockwellring Masjid)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (East Anglian Bangladeshi Islamic Centre)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Chelmsford Mosque)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Cambridge (Abu Bakr) Masjid)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Wolverhampton Central Mosque)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (UKIM Sparkbrook Jamia Masjid)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (UKIM Madina Masjid (Wolverhampton))

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (UKIM Alum Rock Jamia Masjid)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (The Peace Centre)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (The Islamic Foundation)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Sutton Coldfield Masjid)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Paigham e Islam Masjid (UKIM Birmingham South))

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Muslim Students House)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Masjid Usman)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Masjid ul Imam il Bukhari)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Masjid Al-Huda)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Masjid al-Ameen (Oadby Central Mosque)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Masjid Al Falah)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Masjid Al Falaah)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Masjid Aisha (Birmingham)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Long Eaton Masjid)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (KSIMC Birmingham)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Kettering Muslim Association (KMA)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Jami Mosque and Islamic Centre (Birmingham))

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Hazrat Sultan Bahu Trust)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Darul Arqam (Leicester)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Craven Arms Islamic Centre)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Birmingham Jami Masjid & Islamic Centre)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Birmingham Central Mosque)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Beaumont Leys Muslims)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Al-Mahdi Institute)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Aisha Mosque and Islamic Centre)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Abington Jaame Masjid)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit my Mosque (Kanoon Towhid)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Islamic Centre Edgware)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Hounslow Jamia Mosque & Islamic Centre)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Hayes Muslim Centre 2)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Hayes Muslim Centre 1)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Feltham Hira Association)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Almanaar (MCHC))

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (West London Islamic Cultural Centre)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (South London Islamic Centre)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Peckham Islamic Centre)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (MANUK / Old Kent Road)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Lewisham Islamic Centre)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Hyderi Islamic Centre)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Balham Mosque & Tooting Islamic Centre)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Baitul Aziz Mosque – aka Harper Road Masjid)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (AssalaturRahman)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Waltham Forest Islamic Association)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Noor Ul Islam Trust)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Newham North Islamic Association)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Masjid Bilal & Islamic Centre)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Masjid Al Tawhid)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (East London Mosque)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Darul Ummah Jame Mosque)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (The Islamic Cultural Centre and London Central Mosque)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque Sri Lankan Muslim Cultural Centre UK (SLMCC)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (SICM / The Salaam Centre)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Redbridge Islamic Centre)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Muslim Welfare House)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Mevlana Rumi Mosque)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Islamic Association of North London)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Harrow Central Mosque)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosquq (Finsbury Park Mosque)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit My Mosque (Edmonton Islamic Centre)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Visit my Mosque (Dar Al Islam Foundation)

In United Kingdom by zeinab

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

Meeting the Challenge of Healthy Ageing in the 21st Century (6135)

In United Kingdom by Kristina Evangelou

While the world’s population continues to live for longer, the time spent in good health is not always keeping pace. This not only has significant consequences for quality of life in old age, but also places a substantial economic burden on health and social care provision. This multi-disciplinary meeting will bring together scientists and healthcare professionals to discuss recent advances in the understanding of the processes responsible for and associated with ageing, and new approaches to improve the health and quality of life of the ageing population.

Interfaith Dinner

In United Kingdom by zeinab

Cambridge University Islamic Society warmly invites you to our annual Interfaith Dinner. We’re truly excited to bring together students from all faiths or none, to join us for an evening of good Pakistani food and even better company. We are delighted to announce that we will have a panel of guest speakers sharing their thoughts over a 3-course meal on the position of religion in a post-modern society. This year we will be joined by Rabbi Mordechai, The Reverend Dr Jamie Hawkey and Professor Tim Winter (Sheikh Abdal Hakim Murad). Standard Menu (Kosher Option available): Starters:Tandoori chicken steam roastPapri chana chaat (Veg)Red & mint chutney (Veg) Main course:Lamb KormaPalak paneer (Veg)Vegetable pilaw rice (Veg)Tandoori naan (Veg) Extras:SaladRaita (Veg)  Dessert:Gajar ka Halwa (V)  Time and place: Saturday 18th February 2017, 7-10pm, St Paul’s Church Dress code: formal/traditional Thanks to generous donations, we are able to offer this dinner at a ticket price of only £4.50. There are a limited number of …

Interfaith Gathering: Blessings

In United Kingdom by zeinab

“You have to participate relentlessly in the manifestation of your own blessings.” (Elizabeth Gilbert) Join Leah and Peter for an intimate session of prayers, songs, chants, prayers and stories on the theme of Blessings.  “When we lose one blessing, another is often most unexpectedly given in its place.” (C.S. Lewis) Contributions: £7 / £5 /£3. Please bring food to share aftrewards.

Visit My Mosque (4431)

In United Kingdom by Muhammad Amin Evans

A mosque open day with guests from other denominations faiths including an introduction to the community and Islamic faith, guided tours of the complex, children\'s play area, \'Asr salat, food, and a Q/A session with resident alim Shaykh Nur and adviser to CMI, Shaykh Muhammad Amin Evans.

Visit My Mosque (8496)

In United Kingdom by Shenaz Sajan

1:30 Welcome & Registration Quran recitation Gulamraza Datoo, President KSIMC Birmingham The Reverend Duncan Strathie Rabbi Margaret Jacobi Pyara Bhogal Yann Lovelock Sheikh Nuru Muhammed Buffet Open Questions & Answers session Guided tour of the Clifton Road complex Caligraphy demonstration, children's activities Congregational Evening Prayers Organised by Clifton Muslim Interfaith, a sub-Committee of KSIMC Birmingham

Interfaith Harmony Breakfast (1410)

In United Kingdom by Alan Gadd

Come and share breakfast with friends of all faiths and none. This year the breakfast is organised jointly by the two Mayor of Lambeth Charities for 2016/17: Faiths Together in Lambeth and the Streatham Drop In Centre. The Mayor of Lambeth, Cllr Saleha Jaffer, plans to attend.

‘The Power of Forgiveness and Reconciliation in our Contemporary World’ (1769)

In United Kingdom by Ajit Singh

The event seeks to inspire, engage and inform on the relevance of Forgiveness & Reconciliation in our Contemporary World. Bringing together individuals from all faiths introducing them to the Vision and Purpose of Charter for Forgiveness & Reconciliation. The event will explore examples of Forgiveness, Reconciliation and Peace building from an individual, organisational and international perspective demonstrating the power of forgiveness in our contemporary world. Sharing of reflections on forgiveness and dialogue on the key themes and content of the charter, looking at next developmental steps of the charter.

Preventing Radicalisation Through a World of Harmony Between Faiths and Their Realms of Influence (WIHW) EVENT

In United Kingdom by zeinab

Preventing Radicalisation Through a World of Harmony Between Faiths and Their Realms of Influence World Interfaith Harmony Week (WIHW) Event Universal Peace Federation (UPF) Combining the UPF Friends Last Tuesday of Every Month Get Together with WIHW Event 6.00 pm Refreshments & 6.30pm Start   Dr Afzal Ashraf: Diplomatic Fellow of the Royal United Services Institute Jon Dal Din: Director of Westminster Interfaith   Dear Friends, Radicalisation and Violent Religious Extremism is not limited to a particular faith. Religious faith should inspire adherents with a vision of how they themselves, their families, their community, nation and world should behave and exist. That vision should inspire activism in harmonious efforts to make a better world for all God’s children irrespective of the type or existence of their faith. Along with Dr Afzal Ashraf there will be other experts considering how religions can prevent radicalisation through good attitude to each other’s faith and good practice to promote inter-religious harmony. UPF has a role both …

Interfaith Breakfast (4473)

In United Kingdom by Sean Dunnahoe

A chance for students of faith to come together! As part of inter faith week, we are running an inter faith breakfast to bring together students of faith and to celebrate the religious diversity that we are so proud of at Royal Holloway.

In United Kingdom by zeinab

The Bolton Interfaith Council has a programme of arranging Faith Trails (visits to places of worship for all Faiths) for schools, Community, Voluntary & Statutory Sector and all other sectors of the Community. If your group or school are interested please fill in the simple form on our website under the ‘Faith Trail request form’ section. All Faith Trails are carried out in partnership with our colleagues from Bolton Council of Mosques, Christian Cohesion, Bolton Hindu Forum as well as Churches, Mosques and Temples.

Faith Trails

In United Kingdom by zeinab

The Bolton Interfaith Council has a programme of arranging Faith Trails (visits to places of worship for all Faiths) for schools, Community, Voluntary & Statutory Sector and all other sectors of the Community. If your group or school are interested please fill in the simple form on our website under the ‘Faith Trail request form’ section. All Faith Trails are carried out in partnership with our colleagues from Bolton Council of Mosques, Christian Cohesion, Bolton Hindu Forum as well as Churches, Mosques and Temples.

Faith Trails

In United Kingdom by zeinab

The Bolton Interfaith Council has a programme of arranging Faith Trails (visits to places of worship for all Faiths) for schools, Community, Voluntary & Statutory Sector and all other sectors of the Community. If your group or school are interested please fill in the simple form on our website under the ‘Faith Trail request form’ section. All Faith Trails are carried out in partnership with our colleagues from Bolton Council of Mosques, Christian Cohesion, Bolton Hindu Forum as well as Churches, Mosques and Temples.

Faith Trails

In United Kingdom by zeinab

The Bolton Interfaith Council has a programme of arranging Faith Trails (visits to places of worship for all Faiths) for schools, Community, Voluntary & Statutory Sector and all other sectors of the Community. If your group or school are interested please fill in the simple form on our website under the ‘Faith Trail request form’ section. All Faith Trails are carried out in partnership with our colleagues from Bolton Council of Mosques, Christian Cohesion, Bolton Hindu Forum as well as Churches, Mosques and Temples.

East Renfrewshire Interfaith Quiz Night (162)

In United Kingdom by Nuala McBride

We are organising an East Renfrewshire Schools Interfaith Quiz Night on 7th February 2017, a date which coincides with the launch of the U.N. World Interfaith Harmony Week. We have been working closely alongside Interfaith Scotland and are inviting all High schools in the East Renfrewshire area, pupils of fourth year and upwards.

Interfaith Formal

In United Kingdom by zeinab

Join us for a 3 course meal and a chance to chat to members of other faith societies, all in Magdalen’s beautiful Formal Hall. After dinner we will have tea/coffee/chocolates in the Old Law Library, with a speaker TBA. Meet outside Magdalen @ 7:00pm, speaker ~9:00pm – Price: £8.35 (£6.35 for Magd members) Book here: https://goo . gl/forms/p1m1DWjE2fDMNEyo2 –> if you would like a kosher meal, please request in the dietary requirements box, and submit the form at least a week before the event.

Joy of love

In United Kingdom by zeinab

Feb 15 Mr Man Mohan Gupta (M.A.Oxon) (Vedic) speaks about Amoris laetitia.

Faith and a Post-Truth World – Interfaith discussiFaith and a Post-Truth World – Interfaith discussion

In United Kingdom by zeinab

Oxford Dictionaries has declared “post-truth” to be its international word of the year. Defined by the dictionary as an adjective “relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief”, editors said that use of the term “post-truth” had increased by around 2,000% in 2016 compared to last year. The spike in usage, it said, is “in the context of the EU referendum in the United Kingdom and the presidential election in the United States”. The rise of the word has also coincided with a claimed widening of voices in the national and international political landscape.  We would expect people to approach this topic in different ways, maybe some reflecting on the impact of the current political climate on their own personal faith, or on faith in general, or on faith’s impact in contributing to the climate, or many others. Any perspective is welcome, and it may …

Interfaith Debate

In United Kingdom by zeinab

Join us for the second annual interfaith debate, where we will be hosting esteemed representatives from a range of spiritual paths.Find us in MHLT on 27th Feb, starting promptly at 6pm.There is no other event like this at St George’s, don’t miss out!

Visit My Mosque Day 2017 (7037)

In United Kingdom by Hassan Joudi

#VisitMyMosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), where over 100 mosques across the UK are holding open days to welcome in their neighbours from all faiths and none. Thousands of Britons will have the opportunity to see the true face of Islam and Muslims in the UK. The next #VisitMyMosque day is planned for Sunday 5 February 2017. What are the aims? Visit My Mosque day aims to encourage all mosques in Britain to hold an open day at least once per year, as well as fostering better community relations and community cohesion for the good of society as a whole. In 2017 we will be celebrating the vast array of charitable, outreach and social action projects performed by mosques in Britain as well.

2017 Surrey Interfaith Pilgrimage

In Canada, United Kingdom by zeinab

T he 2017 Surrey Interfaith Pilgrimage takes place on Sunday, February 5 as part of Surrey’s celebrations of United Nations World Interfaith Harmony Week. The purpose of the event is to bring people from diverse backgrounds and worldviews together to affirm our collective commitment to building peace and understanding in our community. The full distance of the pilgrimage is 16.3km. Pilgrims are welcome to join in at any point along the way, or to simply participate in the start, lunch or dinner stops. Pilgrims should be physically fit enough to walk whatever distance they choose to complete. Lunch and dinner are provided and we will have food and water stops along the way. All pilgrims are responsible for any additional food, water or supplies they may need. Pilgrims are also encouraged to arrange for their own transportation back to the start point if they need to return to their vehicle after the pilgrimage. Pilgrims are encouraged to dress appropriately for the weather and …

Holocaust memorial Day

In United Kingdom by zeinab

arly News about HARROW’s HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL DAY EVENT. “HOW CAN LIFE GO ON?” The Date: Monday January 30th. 2017. The Time: 7 p.m – 9 p.m. The Venue: Elliot Hall. Harrow Arts Centre. Hatch End. Guest of honour: Holocaust Survivor, Marla Tribich. O.B.E. In addition to the lighting of the main Memorial Light, a member from each Faith will light a candle. Pupils from Nower Hill High School and Harrow School will participate in the Programme as will The London Cantorial Singers. Harrow’s Poet will recite a special poem written concerning the theme, “How can life go on?”. Joan Noble’s Art will be shewn. There will be a speaker about “Other Genocides.” There will be an opportunity for the audience to participate in a Pledge. Members of all Faiths and no Faiths are welcome.

In United Kingdom by zeinab

Join us for our 9th annual Gaza Winter Walk 2017 in a city near you and make a big difference to the lives of expectant mothers and newborn babies in the Gaza strip! Over the last eight years, thousands of you have come together from all over the country with your woolly hats on to brave the winter cold and walked 5 miles for the children of Gaza. Your efforts have made an exceptional difference to the people of Gaza. We’ll be walking in nine cities around the UK from January-February. Bring your family and friends and join us at this exciting family event, now bigger and better than ever!  With entertainment with our lively special guests and FREE FOOD for all, it’s going to be a great family day out with your loved ones! The walk Starts at 11AM and finishes at 3PM – Register now for your FREE fundraising kit!

Gaza Winter Walk

In United Kingdom by zeinab

Join us for our 9th annual Gaza Winter Walk 2017 in a city near you and make a big difference to the lives of expectant mothers and newborn babies in the Gaza strip! Over the last eight years, thousands of you have come together from all over the country with your woolly hats on to brave the winter cold and walked 5 miles for the children of Gaza. Your efforts have made an exceptional difference to the people of Gaza. We’ll be walking in nine cities around the UK from January-February. Bring your family and friends and join us at this exciting family event, now bigger and better than ever!  With entertainment with our lively special guests and FREE FOOD for all, it’s going to be a great family day out with your loved ones! The walk Starts at 11AM and finishes at 3PM – Register now for your FREE fundraising kit! 

Gaza Winter Walk

In United Kingdom by zeinab

Join us for our 9th annual Gaza Winter Walk 2017 in a city near you and make a big difference to the lives of expectant mothers and newborn babies in the Gaza strip! Over the last eight years, thousands of you have come together from all over the country with your woolly hats on to brave the winter cold and walked 5 miles for the children of Gaza. Your efforts have made an exceptional difference to the people of Gaza. We’ll be walking in nine cities around the UK from January-February. Bring your family and friends and join us at this exciting family event, now bigger and better than ever!  With entertainment with our lively special guests and FREE FOOD for all, it’s going to be a great family day out with your loved ones! The walk Starts at 11AM and finishes at 3PM – Register now for your FREE fundraising kit!

Gaza Winter Walk

In United Kingdom by zeinab

Join us for our 9th annual Gaza Winter Walk 2017 in a city near you and make a big difference to the lives of expectant mothers and newborn babies in the Gaza strip! Over the last eight years, thousands of you have come together from all over the country with your woolly hats on to brave the winter cold and walked 5 miles for the children of Gaza. Your efforts have made an exceptional difference to the people of Gaza. We’ll be walking in nine cities around the UK from January-February. Bring your family and friends and join us at this exciting family event, now bigger and better than ever!  With entertainment with our lively special guests and FREE FOOD for all, it’s going to be a great family day out with your loved ones! The walk Starts at 11AM and finishes at 3PM – Register now for your FREE fundraising kit! – See more at: https://muslimhands.org.uk/events/2017/gaza-winter-walk?utm_medium=email&utm_source=volunteer-list&utm_campaign=2016-eventsemail#sthash.prtqXXs1.dpuf

Gaza Winter Walk

In United Kingdom by zeinab

Join us for our 9th annual Gaza Winter Walk 2017 in a city near you and make a big difference to the lives of expectant mothers and newborn babies in the Gaza strip! Over the last eight years, thousands of you have come together from all over the country with your woolly hats on to brave the winter cold and walked 5 miles for the children of Gaza. Your efforts have made an exceptional difference to the people of Gaza. We’ll be walking in nine cities around the UK from January-February. Bring your family and friends and join us at this exciting family event, now bigger and better than ever!  With entertainment with our lively special guests and FREE FOOD for all, it’s going to be a great family day out with your loved ones! The walk Starts at 11AM and finishes at 3PM – Register now for your FREE fundraising kit! – See more at: https://muslimhands.org.uk/events/2017/gaza-winter-walk?utm_medium=email&utm_source=volunteer-list&utm_campaign=2016-eventsemail#sthash.prtqXXs1.dpuf

Gaza Winter Walk

In United Kingdom by zeinab

Over half a million Palestinian refugees in Gaza live in the eight recognised Palestinian refugee camps, which have one of the highest population densities in the world. Gaza has one of the highest birth rates in the world. Unfortunately, extreme poverty and the ongoing conflict means that many mothers simply can’t access the care they need.  With the lack of healthcare, Gazans are at an increased risk of disease and the number of children and pregnant women who suffer from anemia and other micronutrient deficiencies continues to rise. With your support, Muslim Hands along with its partner United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) – experts in providing comprehensive maternal and child care for several years with health centres all over Gaza, will provide ante-natal and post-natal care for Palestinian refugee women.  This will include:1. Clean birthing spaces for expectant mothers2. Ultrasound equipment to help monitor pregnancies and identify birth defects3 – Healthcare for pregnancies at risk, including anaemia, infections, …

Borderlines Conference

In United Kingdom by zeinab

Borderlines is an interdisciplinary conference in Cambridge, promoting the exchange of ideas and projections within the relevant arenas of religion, nationalism and identity in the contemporary world. This conference will be taking place at the Old Divinity School, St John’s College, University of Cambridge and will be taking place on Sunday 5th February 2017. We have brought together academics, political and religious leaders, and social activists, from across the country and the globe, in order to explore these critical topics alongside one another.  Our keynote speaker is Karen Armstrong OBE, the widely-published historian of religion. Our diverse collection of national and international speakers also include Simon Schama, Professor Tariq Ramadan, Dhardon Sharling, the Secretary for Information and International Relations, Central Tibetan Administration, and experts from the fields of academia, public policy and social and religious activism. Our website, which includes booking information, is at http://www.borderlinesconference.comOur Facebook page is https://www.facebook.com/borderlines2017/?fref=tsOur Facebook event is https://www.facebook.com/events/1818818431667513/

PL84U AL-SUFFA (3857)

In United Kingdom by SAIRA MIR

Our event brings together people of many faiths but lead by Muslims and their partners.  London, an area of great wealth and diversity but under this are many accounts of deprivation with mainly Eastern European homeless and many others here in Walthamstow (East London). An integrated service is offered for the elderly, homeless and people who are ‘In Need’ supported by Christian and Muslim congregations. The service offers more than a hot meal on a PL8, the PL8 also offers a gateway to local services appropriate to our ‘guests’ the service users along with clothes and food bank we endeavour to provide a welcoming and safe environment where one can interact with another over a meal and or play board games and more. An ideal haven is planned where our ‘guests’ can take the opportunity of being pampered with a free haircut or a manicure by professionals  who have partnered up with PL84U AL-SUFFA. As volunteers we are all motivated by …

What’s Love got to do with it? (159)

In United Kingdom by Saimma Dyer Fatimah Ashrif

A panel discussion featuring three or more individuals of different faiths talking about the role of love in their faith traditions and in their practice. The speakers will be faith leaders or those with prominent positions within their communities. The aim is to demonstrate that Love is central to all faiths and to invite speakers and listeners to consider what love requires of them in these challenging times. The audience will be encouraged to participate through a well facilitated question and answer session. Following this, Prayers for peace will be recited from each of the faith traditions, and the speakers will then together light candles for peace which will be passed around the audience and each member of the audience will be encouraged to take a moment to make a pledge to themselves to undertake a specific act of love within their daily lives as the candle passes through their hands. Finally the speakers, and audience will be invited to …

HE WOMEN’S WORLD DAY OF PRAYER

In United Kingdom by zeinab

Since 1887 this international, interdenominational prayer movement has offered service materials produced by a different country each year. The 2013 theme is “I was a stranger and you welcomed me”. The material was prepared by Christian women from France.

Interfaith Walk

In United Kingdom by Haleema Ahmed

INTER FAITH SPONSORED WALK 2016 March 5 Assalamu alaikum We write with details of our Annual Sponsored Interfaith Walk 2016 for all sections. In order to celebrate our 10th Anniversary, this year we are undertaking a very special route which will include visiting not only mosques in Redbridge but also other places of worship as well such as Synagogues and Churches. The route will cover 12-15 miles​, our Girl Explorers will be setting quizzes and challenges along the way for the young Cubs and Beavers​. O ur Boy Explorer Section will also be following a cycling route visiting Mosques across Central London. Our fundraising target this year is £5000! The Cause & Just Giving Page​​ ​ ​ http://campaign.justgiving.com/charity/7thgoodmayesscouts/SponsoredWalk2016 For the first time ever, we will be collecting funds for our own Scout Group – 7th Goodmayes Scouts. From its inception, 10 years ago the Group has grown to become one of the largest Muslim Scout Groups in the country. As …

National Interfaith Dialogue: Towards a peaceful 2016 and beyond

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The British High Commission Accra in partnership with the National Peace Council, the Office of the National Chief Imam, the Christian community brings you an Interfaith Dialogue themed: “Towards a Peaceful 2016 and beyond”. The event will be held at the Radash hotel in Tamale on Wednesday 24th February 2016, and will host 250 invited guests. Representatives from religious, traditional and community leaders Include: Political party representatives, The National Peace Council, The Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council, Catholic Bishops’ Conference, National Chief Imam’s Office, and representatives of the University of Development Studies. Religious intolerance is a global phenomenon and is one of the major causes of intra- and inter-religious conflicts. In Ghana, there has been an appreciable level of harmony between the major faith groups; Christians and Muslims. However, there have been occasional instances of violence in Kumasi, Sekondi, Takoradi, Wa and Wenchi; memories of the Catholic-Muslims clash in Tamale as well as last year’s demonstration by Muslim students in …