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Sunday, 19 August 2018  
6. Dhul Hijja 1439

Following the success of the first event the Birmingham Matchmakers Forum are excited to launch the second 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 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

Schedule for the day*: 

09:30 - Registration Opens (light refreshments available)

10:30 - Registration Closes and Event Starts - Opening talks

11:00 - Ice Breaking Session and Discussion (your opportunity to meet all participants)

13:15 - Prayers and lunch

14:00 - One to one meetings (guests can be involved at this point)

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.

Priority will be given to first timers.

To register click here to fill our the form


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