Monday, June 27, 2016

Australia: Victoria Ahmadiyyas to serve Iftar dinner at Uniting Church


The sunset meal is a tradition of breaking a fast and will be served as a buffet by members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Victoria.

Times of Ahmad | News Watch | AU Desk
Source/Credit: Bayside News
By Bayside News | June 27, 2016

Break fast meal at sunset

Members of the public can find out more about Ramadan – Islam’s holiest month – by attending a meal served after sunset on Sunday 3 July.

The sunset meal is a tradition of breaking a fast and will be served as a buffet by members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Victoria. The community has a mosque at Langwarrin but the meal is being served at the Uniting Church in Frankston.

Those attending will get the chance to speak with mosque members and find out more about Islam.

The Interfaith Iftar Dinner, 4.30pm Sunday 3 July, will be held at the Uniting Church, 16-18 High St, Frankston.

Cost: $10 adult, $30 family, $5 student/pensioner/concession

Bookings: 1300 322 842 or www.visitfrankston.com/frankston-interfaith-network


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