Visit my Mosque Day

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On March 3rd between 11 am and 4 pm the Students House Mosque will be hosting an open day for members of the public. All are welcome those of faith and none to explore the architecture and history of the building and the beliefs and practices of those who worship at the Mosque.
The organisers aim to make the local people become more familiar and comfortable with Islam, a religion that is misunderstood and in some instances mispresented in the media. In the spirit of dialogue and friendship, the masjid is opening its doors to the local community.
The day will feature stalls, these stalls aim to enlighten the public and distinguished guest on the practices of Islam. The day will have stalls such as a Hijab stall, Henna, Calligraphy and Face Painting for children along with other child-friendly activities led by our very own Scout Leader. Those in attendance will have the chance to observe prayer in the Mosque. Distinguished guests have been invited to attend also to say a few words.
Further Information and contact details:
1. For further information contact Dr. Amal, Director of The Student House Mosque on  or subsequently email Hamda Mohamed, General Secretary at MAB Youth on
2. Muslim Students House Mosque  (Masjid Daar al Talabah), was previously a church in the early 1900s, in the 1970s a group of students founded the mosque converting the building into a masjid and a community center. The Muslim Students House Mosque continues to serve as an Islamic community organisation based in Birmingham, Balsall Heath, providing a variety of activities for women, men, and the youth.
3. #VisitMyMosque Day is a national event which started in February 2015, where mosques across the UK hold open days, welcoming in their local neighbours in the spirit of friendship, and sharing tea and cakes alongside insight into the day-to-day goings on of a busy Muslim center of worship. Now in its fifth year, the 3rd of March 2019 will see over a 100 mosques simultaneously host an open day.