Luton Mosque To Hold Open Day For All Faiths
The free event will feature discussions about Islamic beliefs and the role Muslims play in the British society.
It will also display Islamic books, host various educational short talks, offer henna painting, free literature and refreshments.
The aim of the event is for people to learn from one another and get to know each other.
A spokesperson from the Mosque said: “Only through getting to know one another on a personal level can people of different faiths build bridges of understanding and tolerance. All people of all faiths are welcome to attend and to meet their Muslim neighbours.”
UKIM is one of the oldest nation-wide Islamic organizations in the UK. It was founded in 1962 on the initiative of a small group of Muslims who used to meet at an East London Mosque in a study circle. The activities the group are associated in include charity work and youth work in the community.