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19 Aug, 2019 / 17th Dhu al-Hijjah, 1440 A.H.

MCB – Visit My Mosque 2019

 #VisitMyMosque is a national campaign that encourages mosques across the UK to invite in their neighbours and people of all faiths and none to breaking down barriers, improving community cohesion and showing that our Muslim communities are open and tolerant.

CoEJ alongside the Muslim Council of Britain and several other organisations nationwide are co-ordinating the campaign in 2019.

Many masajid in London are taking part, and nationally over 200 mosques across the UK are expected to take part on 03 March 2019 insha’Allah, and the initiative has received positive press coverage in the mainstream press, including BBC, Sky News, ITV News, The Times, The Guardian, Buzz Feed and many more, as well as regional press!

For further details, please visit www.visitmymosque.org

You are invited to register your mosque to take part in 2019! You can register online now at: www.visitmymosque.org/register

Your mosques can also take advantage of the FREE resources. Once you register, you’ll be sent a link to an online Mosque Resource Portal where you can download free template emails, invitation letters to your neighbours, template posters, organizing checklists, training material and other useful things to help you and your mosque’s volunteers organise your mosque open day!

The deadline to register is 10 February 2019, so please don’t forget to register online at: www.visitmymosque.org/register

Below are also some testimonials from several mosques that have taken part.


We love to welcome our local community to our centre. As part of our interfaith work, we have often reached out to local community members but an open day on a national scale makes it much better to welcome others in.’ SICM

‘#VisitMyMosque inspires us to open our doors and building our local presence beyond Muslims.’ Havering Islamic Cultural Centre

Opening doors equals building bridges and this is what we at the Ashford and Staines Community centre stand for.’ Ashford and Staines Community Center, Nuh Mosque