"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."
The event gives participants the opportunity to meet each other in both group settings and through one to one meetings all within Islamic values and principles.
Participants may bring up to 2 guests to the event (a £5 fee to cover lunch will be required for each guest). Guests will have a separate session in the morning but will be able to join the participants during the one-to-one meetings if they wish.
Date: Saturday 1st September 2018
Time: 9:30 - 17:00
Location: KSIMC of Birmingham, 17 Clifton Road, Balsall Heath, Birmingham, B12 8SX
Cost: £5 per attendee (participant or guest)
Meals: Light breakfast and hot lunch included
Dress Code: Smart and Modest (adhering to Islamic Values)
NOTE: WE HAVE NOW REACHED OUR LIMIT FOR FEMALE PARTICIPANTS. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED PLEASE STILL APPLY BUT DO NOT PAY AND YOU WILL BE PUT ON THE WAITING LIST. WE WILL GET IN TOUCH IF A SPACE BECOMES AVAILABLE.
MALE PARTICIPANTS CAN STILL REGISTER AND PAY AS NORMAL.
To register click here to fill our the form
Me2We are proud to present the first ever Men's Only event
Timing: Sunday 9th September 2018 - 10am - 1pm
Venue: Al- Abbas Islamic Centre
Places are limited please click here to register.
WF-AID has launched a Lady Zaynab Helping Hands Syria Appeal together with a new co-ordination office in Sayeda Zainab (as), Syria.
There are over 6 million people in Syria who are internally displaced, meaning they have no home, school or access to medical facilities.
WF-AID is supporting the Lady Zaynab Helping Hands Syria Appeal to raise funds for deserving Syrian widows and orphans who are now living in the Sayeda Zainab (as) area.
Donations from £100 can help us deliver life-changing medical assessments and treatments, along with emergency aid in the form of food baskets, financial gifts, education supplies and home supplies.
Please show your support by making a donation to the Jamaat today or go online by visiting www.wfaid.org.
You can set up your own fundraising page on JustGiving to support the appeal, use social mediaWhatsApp to get the message out about the cause you are fundraising for and organise your own fundraising activities within your community, workplace, school or madrassah.