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UKIM Khizra Masjid is more than just a place of worship for Muslims. It provides a number of services and facilities for the local community, many of which you will be able to find out about as you go through this website. We welcome all feedback and comments.
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UNITY IFTAR AT KHIZRA MOSQUE
Khizra mosque is pleased to announce its annual Unity Iftar throughout the month of Ramadan. An opportunity for those in the wider community to visit Khizra mosque, have a guided tour, presentation, full meal and an opportunity to network.
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A glimpse of some of the events at Khizra Mosque
To register for the level 1 tajweed course to be held at khizra mosque please register online via the following link. Please note we have limited spaces only and spaces will be allocated on first come first served basis.
Mosque open day at Khizra Mosque We held a mosque open day on Sunday 18th February 2018 where we had many guests come and attend and visit this mosque and learn about Islam and try to remove any misconceptions about Islam. There were mosque tours, refreshments and an exhibition. We regularly host guests at the centre and if anyone is interested in visiting the Centre either as an individual or a group or an institute then please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Health talk on cancer screening at Khizra Mosque We held a health awareness session at the centre on the importance topic of cancer screening in the uk and its importance. The focus was on the three cancer screening programmes in England and creating awareness and how people can engage and benefit from these programmes. We had a good turnout and interest from those attending.
Hate crime awareness at Khizra Mosque We held several events at the centre informing local congregation about the importance of reporting hate crime and the different types of hate crime and how it can affect people. We are hate reporting crime centre and would encourage anyone to report to us if they have been a victim of hate crime.
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