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Mosques open their doors to the public for Visit My Mosque event

Published February 5, 2018 at 14:18

The public are invited to attend four Blackburn Mosques on Sunday February 18 for Visit My Mosque day.

Opening their doors are Lammack Prayer Room,  Masjid e Sajedeen, Masjid al-Hidayah and Masjid e Anwaar. Residents of Blackburn and Darwen are invited to go along for a brew and to learn more about the Muslim faith.

There will be an opportunity to explore the Mosques and to observe Muslim prayer, with free books and leaflets provided and plenty of chance to ask questions.

Visit My Mosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain. Over 200 mosques across the UK are holding open days. Thousands will attend to learn about the Islamic faith and Muslims’ life in the UK. The aim of the day is to encourage community cohesion and to strive for a more enlightened appreciation of Islam and Muslims in society.  Further information is available at www.visitmymosque.org

Below are the addresses for the Mosques which will open on February 18:

Lammack Prayer Room

Flat 7 Whinney Lane

Blackburn,BB2 7BX

(above pharmacy)

T: 07507 866637

3pm – 5pm

 

Masjid e Sajedeen

Plane Tree Road

Blackburn, BB1 5PA

T: 07548 336075

12pm – 3pm

 

Masjid al-Hidayah

22-36 Whalley Street

Blackburn, BB1 6EU

T: 07973108677

11.30am – 3pm

 

Masjid e Anwaar

41-45 Granville Rd

Blackburn, BB2 6JS

T: 07803337369

12pm – 2.30pm

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