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16 April 2018
Open Day – 6th May 2018
In February, we postponed the annual #VisitMyMosque open day until we moved to the new mosque.
We are happy to announce that after moving to the new mosque on the 13th of April, we can now host an open day for the whole Lincolnshire community.
The event is OPEN TO ALL, please see the poster below for details.
18 February 2018
It’s the time of year when we normally join the Muslim Council of Britain “Visit My Mosque” initiative.
This year we are going to participate as we have in the past two years but we will be hosting our open day on a later date.
We have decided to delay it as we are very close to completing our new mosque and, God willing, we will be hosting it there sometime in the next few months (we will announce the exact date in a few weeks time).
In the meantime, you can watch the video of our event from last year if you have not already done so.
P.S. If you still want to go to a mosque open day in February, you can find other mosques nearby hosting an open day here.
Finsbury Park Attack: Joint Statement
22nd June 2017
The chairman of the Islamic Association of Lincoln and the Bishop of Lincoln have issued a joint statement after the attack at Finsbury Park on Monday 19 June.
Joint statement from Professor Tanweer Ahmed, Chairman of the Islamic Association of Lincoln and The Rt Revd Christopher Lowson, Bishop of Lincoln.
We have been appalled and sickened by the cowardly attack on a group of people who had just finished their prayers at Finsbury Park Mosque in the early hours of Monday morning.
Reports suggest that this atrocity may have been motivated by an element of retaliation for attacks we have seen in recent weeks in London and Manchester. There are no circumstances in which retaliation for the actions of terrorists, who pursue a twisted and perverse version of a faith, can ever be justified. Ordinary, peaceful communities, witnessing to God and fulfilling their obligations to their belief, appear to have been targeted simply because of their faith.
We are all created by God. We are all brothers and sisters through humanity. Each of us has a duty to build our communities, locally, nationally and across the world, and not to destroy them. Any attack against a group of peaceful people, their homes or their places of worship, is utterly abhorrent.
We stand together in the strongest condemnation of all acts of violence and abuse, and pray for peace in our world and for the flourishing of our common humanity.
Lincoln Faiths Festival
The Islamic Association of Lincoln, City of Lincoln Council, Lincolnshire County Council, The University of Lincoln, Just Lincolnshire, JR Halkes Settlement and other Lincoln Faith Communities organised a Faiths Festival in Lincoln between the 21st April 2017 – 1st May 2017.
The aims of this festival were:
• To celebrate the diversity of Lincoln’s faith communities and their contribution to the wider community
• To provide opportunities for people to increase their religious literacy (that is, to support their ability to be able to hold informed conversations about religion and belief
For more details about the festival, please visit the Lincoln Faiths Festival blog.
There will be a range of activities exploring the Islamic Faith and the events are shown on the following flyer.
Lincoln Mosque Open Day
The Islamic Association of Lincoln was proud to host ‘Visit My Mosque’ on the 5th of February 2017 .
We were proud to host the Peace Walk organised by the Interfaith Forum on the 26th of November 2016.
Our guests arrived at around 2.50pm for a short talk on Islam and a demonstration of the Salah/prayer. The Imam then a talk about the Islamic prayer (Salah) before a demonstration of the steps and stages in the prayer.
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