Pleased to announce that the New Muslim Group meeting will take place tomorrow evening at The Myf with brother Saleem inshallah.
6:00pm – 8:00pm
For those who haven’t attended the group before, it has been a vital support link for many new and old Muslims for as long as we can remember.
It’s a very beneficial course for those who want to learn more and meet people on the same journey. Very relaxed informal friendly atmosphere with a Q & A session and topics discussed with refreshments.
Please feel free to invite your friends and family along.
#VisitMyMosque Day took place on 18 February 2018 at the Muslim Youth Foundation in the Heart of Manchester in the Northern Quarter joining over 200 mosques who opened their doors to their neighbours & wider community under the theme Open Doors, Open Mosques, Open Communities!
This is the 2nd year that the MYF have hosted the event on a Sunday. The event faced a number of challenges including the Manchester weather and Chinese New Year which unfortunately had an impact on the volume of attendee’s. However, on a positive note, those that attended were very grateful of the invitation and gained a lot of positive awareness & knowledge of Islam from the visit which including: a Tour of the Mosque, Exhibition stand & stalls; and a free Gift Bag.
The success of the event is due to Allah (SWT)The Lord of the heavens and the earth. All Praise and Thanks is due to Him the most high for sending ‘Jewels’ in the form of 30+ volunteers. We are blessed to have such a fantastic group of volunteers who invested their free time to promote & support our event. Without our team of volunteers, we couldn’t do what we do! So again from The Team at The Myf, we thank you all for the help & support!
We ask Allah (SWT) to reward you all in this world and next & answer all you dua’s Ameen.
We were delighted with the turn out for the new Tafseer of Quran class lastnight with Sheikh Abu Sundus. It is a successful course that has be reintroduced due to popular demand!
Many people turned up and there’s still places available, so why not improve your understanding of the Holy Quran. It’s beneficial for everybody no matter what level of understanding you currently have.
Highly recommended for reverts and people who wish to acquire more knowledge that will enlighten there ability to comprehend the blessed words of the Holy Quran.
The course is every Tuesday from 7:00pm till 9:00pm.
We would like to thank all the many volunteers & staff that took part in yesterday’s Open Day event. The MYF always endeavours to build bridges with the community! We are so grateful for the support and help we receive to make this possible.
Yesterday’s event thank God was very beneficial in bringing people together and hopefully dispersing many misconceptions people may have from the media.
It was wonderful to see so many new faces and the atmosphere was heart warming and a true blessing. It is our duty to bring people together from all walks of life and to live in peace and support one another.
Again thank you to all of our volunteers for making this happen! Most of all we praise & thank the most high the Lord of all things!
Pics & a review will be posted up in the coming days.
The Myf opened its doors once again to the general pubic over the weekend. What a blessed occasion it turned out to be. The sun was out and we had several stalls and talks for the general public to see and take part in. Our volunteers really did a fantastic job of making everyone feel welcome and we would like to thank all of our volunteers who took part in the event.
We had such a diverse mix of people attending and it really was a happy, blessed family occasion that brought the local community together!
The Myf will always endeavor to build bridges with the wider community as we feel its our duty to invite everybody into the centre. We are always happy to see new faces and meet and greet people from all faith groups and backgrounds.
Again thank you to everybody that was involved.
May the most high grant us many more opportunities to build bridges with the community.
“When the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) arrived in Makkah, performing Tawaf around the House seven times, I heard him reciting: And take the Maqam of Ibrahim as a place of prayer (2:125). So he performed Salat behind the Maqam, then he came to the (Black) Stone, then he said: ‘We begin with what Allah began with.’ So he began at As-Safa and recited: Indeed As-Safa and Al-Marwah are among the Symbols of Allah (2:158).”