Visit my mosque, a nationwide initiative where people are invited to look around the mosque and be treated to hot food and snacks.

“The annual Mosque Open Day, which was observed on February 18th, 2018, saw the doors of Hockwellring Masjid open to visitors of all beliefs. This year, over 200 mosques across the country participated in the event as part of the national theme “Open Doors, Open Mosques, Open Communities.”

The Hockwellring Masjid was beautifully decorated with displays showcasing various aspects of Islamic beliefs, providing visitors with a glimpse into the culture and traditions of the Islamic community. Throughout the day, families and children stopped by to tour the mosque and attend informative presentations, including “What is Islam?” at 1:30 pm, “Culture and Society” at 3:00 pm, and “Why I Became a Muslim?” at 4:30 pm.

In addition to the educational aspect of the day, guests were also treated to traditional Islamic cuisine and refreshments, including tea and coffee. With an estimated 50 to 80 visitors, the Hockwellring Masjid’s Open Day was a successful community event that provided an opportunity for people to come together and learn more about Islam.

For those who missed out on this year’s Mosque Open Day, mark your calendars for next year and don’t miss the chance to visit your local mosque and learn about the rich culture and traditions of the Islamic community. With the goal of promoting open dialogue and understanding, the Mosque Open Day is an important event for people of all beliefs to attend.

The annual event not only provides an opportunity to learn more about Islam, but it also helps to break down barriers and promote community unity. With a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere, visitors can ask questions, engage in discussions, and gain a deeper understanding of the beliefs and practices of the Islamic community.

In conclusion, the Mosque Open Day is a unique opportunity for the community to come together and learn more about the rich culture and traditions of Islam. Whether you are of the Islamic faith or simply interested in learning more, be sure to attend next year’s event and experience the warmth and hospitality of the Islamic community.”