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Lincoln Mosque Open Day – 7th February 2016
On Sunday 7 th February 2016, Lincoln Mosque will be taking part in the second annual #VisitMyMosque Day, where mosques around the UK open their doors to the general public for refreshments and conversations.
We want to allow the local community around us to see what actually goes on in a mosque and to understand its role in Muslim life.
We hope this will also be an opportunity to interact and engage with people of other cultures and faiths in order to promote community cohesion.
The event will take place from 10 am to 1.30 pm.
To learn more about mosques, please visit this interactive page created by the BBC. Inside the Mosque: What do you need to know?
As of 4th December, we had £583,191 in our account. We have so far spent £582,432 which includes expenditure such as land acquisition. This means we have raised over £1.16 million for our mosque.
To complete the whole project, we still need your help to raise a further £409,000.
Mosque Steel Structure Erected
As some of you may have already seen, with the Grace of Allah, the mosque steel structure was erected. This is a significant milestone for the project and you can all see the progress from now on.
To see the pictures please go to the project updates page.
The Chairman of the Islamic Association of Lincoln condemns the attacks by ISIL militants in Paris on Friday
Dr Tanweer Ahmed said : “The Quran says, ‘whosoever kills an innocent human being, it shall be as if he has killed all mankind, and whosoever saves the life of one, it shall be as if he had saved the life of all mankind.’”
“I am deeply shocked by the events. My prayers and thoughts go to the families of those who died and were injured in Paris.”
To view the rest of his statement, please visit the Lincolnite web page.