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Thursday, 14 November 2019  
16. Rabi-ul-Awwal 1441

Following the success of the first three events the Birmingham Matchmakers Forum are honoured to run our fourth Shia Marriage Event in Birmingham.

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 adult guests to the event (a £7 fee to cover lunch will be required for each guest). Guests will have a separate session in the morning.

Date: Saturday 16th November 2019

Time: 9:00 - 17:00 (registration 9:00 - 9:45)

Location: KSIMC of Birmingham, 17 Clifton Road, Balsall Heath, Birmingham, B12 8SX

Age: Girls and Boys aged 21+

Cost: £7 per attendee (participant or guest)

Meals: Light breakfast and hot lunch included

Dress Code: Smart and Modest (adhering to Islamic Values)

Timetable for the day

09:00 - Registration Opens (light refreshments available)
09:45 - Registration Closes and Event Starts - Opening talks
10:00 - Ice Breaking Session and Discussion (your opportunity to meet all participants)
11:45 - Prayers and Lunch
13:30 - One to one meetings
17:00 - Closing and event end

*Timings are approximate and might vary depending on circumstances on the day, however we aim to finish the event by 5:00pm. Participants are free to leave whenever they feel they have achieved what they wanted out of the event.

The Me2We committee has organised another fantastic event aimed at male members of the community and will include facilitated discussions and exercises on marriage and family life by scholars and academics.

Dr David Earle, Dr Rahil Kassamali, Sheikh Nuru Mohamed and Syed Mohammed Naqvi will offer the opportunity to exchange advice, anecdotes and discuss anxieties in a safe and supportive environment.

To make the most out of the speakers and company, spaces have been limited so if you are married, married with children or even have grandchildren, do not miss this chance and register online for just £5 (includes brunch). Use this link to register: https://tinyurl.com/yacuduko

The Me2We committee hopes to see and welcome you at 10am on Sunday 9th September 2018, Al-Abbas Islamic Centre, for a nice hot cup of tea/coffee, great company and a chat about anything and everything!

What better way to start your Sunday morning?

Our Role

We are the post-matrimonial committee who help and support individuals in their journey to successive matrimony. We sign post individuals who are in need of our service and support them throughout, should they require it. Our duty is to reconcile and mediate if necessary.

Main objective
  • To solve disputes amicably and professionally.
  • To consolidate the marriage where that be possible and if not to mediate amicably.
Our aim

To enable through our services to encourage healthy and successful marriages and avoid divorces where possible.

 Purpose of Me2We

 Aims and Objectives

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The Birmingham Matchmakers Forum is a group of volunteers who are passionate about supporting community members in finding a spouse for marriage.

We are connecting to a wider group of matchmakers as part of the International Matchmaking Forum and encourage all interested people to get in touch.

We follow a strict procedure which is outlined below.

 

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