The Wirral Deen Centre has announced that it will be hosting a community open day on Saturday 3 September 2022.
As part of the national Visit My Mosque Day, Wirral Deen Centre is inviting locals of all faiths and none to explore the Mosque, learn about its history and significance to Muslim life, and meet those who worship there.
The day will feature tours, refreshments, children’s activities, and a chance to observe prayer in the mosque and learn more about the Islamic faith. An open day is an important event for coming together, as Wirral Deen Centre begins to heal from the COVID 19 pandemic.
Community Leader Ibrahim Syed of Wirral Deen Centre, said, “We are delighted at the return of this event. We look forward to welcoming our friends and neighbours after such a difficult time; catching up over tea and snacks and in the spirit of dialogue and friendship, giving them an insight into the lives of Muslims and what goes on in the mosque.”
Patron of Wirral Deen Centre, Pauline Cocker MBE said, “I know firsthand all the good work that the Mosque has done for communities in Birkenhead as well as the rich spiritual life which it hosts week in, week out. I am looking forward to the event which I hope will help bring people together and build bridges between communities.”