How is the lockdown affecting our Muslim community? Our Web-Editor receives email updates and thought it would be good to share these with the whole Mill Road ‘Community of Communities’.
THE MOSQUE GOES ONLINE
The lockdown required the Mosque to close for prayer from the middle of March. After ten years of hard work to make the project for a new mosque in Cambridge a reality, Muslims and all Mill Roaders were been saddened to see it close, albeit temporarily.
Look, however at what a vibrant team of volunteers is doing to keep Cambridge Central Mosque at the living heart of Cambridge Muslim life, and serving the whole community.
TUNE IN TO LIVE BROADCASTS FROM THE MOSQUE
Listen to the adhan, Qur’an recitations, lectures, and much more as they’re happening, on the Mosque’s Live Media page.
Feeding the community
It will come as no surprise that, throughout the Holy Month of Ramadan, the Muslim community have been vigorous in efforts to help the whole community: Critical Care Unit at Papworth Hospital; Jimmie’s Homeless Shelter; vulnerable families & individuals; Iftar Supplies to Addenbrooke’s.
For more details, see pages 2 & 3 of the Ramadan Newsletter.
Our Social Media Officer @ihrahman— Cambridge Central Mosque (@CamCtrlMosque) July 13, 2020
features in this @Cambridge_Uni podcast, talking about how he is helping the Mosque to engage with the local community during #lockdown.
Listen to the full episode here: https://t.co/kMk5OCwL6j#CambridgeCentralMosquepic.twitter.com/vCbXay46Oz
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