Have you always wanted to look around a mosque but never had reason or invitation to do so? We will be participating in the Visit My Mosque campaign on Sunday 18 Feb and it is open to the public.

The North Finchley Mosque, in the heart of Barnet, a diverse borough with a rich history, and home to the UK's largest Muslim community, is taking part in the Muslim Council of Britain's Visit My Mosque (#VisitMyMosque) day.

The day involves Mosques and Muslim centres across the UK opening up their doors to Non-Muslims who would not have had a chance to explore the ins and outs of a busy Muslim place of worship.

Take part in a walking tour around this fascinating mosque, learn about its history, content and use. Refreshments will be served and you'll have the chance to ask any questions as well.


Allah’s Messenger (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said: ‘Seek refuge in Allah against the pit of grief.’

The Companions asked, ‘Allah’s Messenger, what is the pit of grief?’

He replied, ‘It is a river in Hell against which even Hell seeks refuge four hundred times a day.’

They again asked, ‘Allah’s Messenger, who will enter it?’

He remarked, ‘It has been prepared for reciters of the Quran desiring to show off their deeds. The most detestable of the reciters in the sight of Allah are those who frequently visit the rulers (for worldly ends).

Ibn Majah – Sahi

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