"Creating a spiritual & vibrant community based on the values and practices of the Islamic Shi'a Ithna-Ashari faith by developing the potential of its members, engaging with the wider society and serving the needs of humanity worldwide."
MAMT19 Sponsorship packages are offering great sponsorship packages depending on your budget, whether promoting your business or sponsoring trophies in your loved ones name.
Sign up now at www.masoomin.org/mamt/sponsor
Please be advised that packages are bought on a first come first serve basis
The MAMT 2019 will take place in Birmingham during the Bank Holiday weekend from 24-26 August 2019.
We Need You
With over 1500 participants expected over 4 different venues, this is a great opportunity to serve our guests by volunteering. We need volunteers for various departments including catering, security, sports operations, AV, Media etc. Join us in our journey! Sign up today!
The Children's Tabligh Committee will be holding workshops for children in Reception to Year 6. The theme of these workshops will be "The 7 habits of Hussaini Kids."
The sessions will run parallel to the main Jamaat programme (exact time tbc) on the dates shown on the poster.
Registration is essential to enable us to prepare for the sessions and can be done here.
‼️Registration ENDS Monday 24th August.‼️
The CTC Team
Our Youth Mental Health First Aid (YMHFA) training is for anyone who works with, lives with or supports young people aged 8-18. We train the adults in a young person’s life to have the skills and confidence to step in, offer first aid and guide them towards the support they need. In doing so, they can speed up a young person’s recovery, stop issues from developing into a crisis, and ultimately save lives.
But more than that, by giving these adults the information and skills to look after their own mental health, we want them to set an example for young people. We want adults to be able to show young people that mental ill health is a part of life in just the same way as physical ill health, that it’s OK to talk about and it’s OK to ask for help.
We hope that by giving people the tools to open up these conversations, we can empower them to create mentally healthy, supportive environments in their families, schools, youth groups and communities.
Let’s create a future where we all know how to look after our own mental wellbeing, so preventable issues don’t arise in the first place. A future where every young person has access to support if they need it.
Date: Saturday 14 & Saturday 28 September 2019 (held over two Saturdays!)
Venue: 17 Clifton Road | Balsall Heath | Birmingham| B12 8SX
Ages: 16 years and over
- This is a non-residential program.
- Participants must attend both days for successful completion of training.
Deadline to Register: Sunday 25 August 2019 – Limited Spaces Available. Apply ASAP !
The Council of European Jamaats is offering a 2 day residential Facilitators Development Program open to LDP Alumni. This is an opportunity to enhance personal growth and develop facilitation skills. CoEJ is seeking to increase its team of facilitators to run a range of programs and participation in this program will increase opportunities for you to serve the community.
Date: Saturday 21 September & Sunday 22 September 2019
Venue: Kents Hill Park Training and Conference Centre | Timbold Drive | Kents Hill | Milton Keynes | MK7 6BZ
For more information on the Facilitators Development Program and to apply please visit https://www.coej.org/facilitators-development-program/
Deadline to apply: Sunday 01 September 2019
Alhamdullilah, summer is here! This August at The Book Cave, we will be having a Minibeast themed Storytime every Thursday from 8-9pm.
The library will also be open at 12-2pm every Saturday!
We look forward to seeing you there!”
Thank you, with dua
The Book Cave Team