Australia: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community to host nation-wide Mosque Open Day
NATIONAL MOSQUE OPEN DAY – 2016 | SATURDAY, 29 OCT â€“ ALL DAY â€“ 9:00AM-5:00PM
The Association will open its mosques to the general public with guided tours, special exhibitions on display, Q&A sessions, refreshments, and take away books and literature.
Ahmadiyya Muslim mosques all over Australia will enthusiastically take participate in â€˜National Mosque Open Dayâ€™ and will remain open for public for the whole day on Saturday 29th of Oct 2016.
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Association Australia will be part of â€˜National Mosque Open Dayâ€™, a great initiative adopted by the Australian Government as part of â€˜National Day of Unityâ€™ in 2015 to celebrate diversity and to bring communities together.
The Association will open its mosques to the general public with guided tours, special exhibitions on display, Q&A sessions, refreshments, and take away books and literature. Members of the public can visit the following mosques between 9am till 5pm on Saturday.
Baitul Huda Mosque
|45 Hollinsworth Road, Marsden Park, NSW 2765
Phone: (02) 9627 4521
|Mr Waqas Ahmed
Mobile: 0401 299 301
Baitul Salam Mosque
|6 Leisureland Drive, Langwarrin, VIC, 3910
Phone: (03) 9789 5000
|Mr Soofi Aziz
Mobile: 0431 173 270
Baitul Masroor Mosque
|1 Naville Road, Stockleigh, QLD, 4280
Phone: (07) 5548 6200
Mobile: 0414 400 375
|6-8 Toogood Ave, Beverley, SA, 5009
Phone: (08) 7225 1459
|Mr Waleed Shah
Mobile: 0430 878 295
|Unit 9, 90 Barrier Street,
Fyshwick, ACT, 2609
|Mr Khalid MahmoodÂ Syed
Mobile: 0431 544 506
Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is a dynamic and fast-growing international movement within Islam. Founded in 1889, the Community spans more than 200 countries with membership exceeding tens of millions.
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