Our Mosques Our Future
A one day conference organised by the Muslim Council of Britain
The first mosque in history – the Prophetic Mosque in the city of Medina – was a space where people came together not only in ritual worship but also as families and as a community. It also played a vital role in interfaith work, charity and education.
Today there are an estimated 1,500 mosques in Britain. British Muslim communities must ask themselves:
- Are our mosques today failing to follow the Prophetic model?
- How many are truly providing services beyond just a prayer space?
- And in an increasingly challenging environment, how is the role of the mosque in 21st century Britain changing?
Join us for an action-packed day on 20th January 2018 featuring TED-style talks, keynote speeches and interactive workshops exploring the challenges and opportunities for mosques in Britain today.
Perhaps now it is more important than ever to embody the Prophetic Mosque model.
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Saturday 20th January – 10am-6pm
The venue is located in Central London, close to both Euston and King’s Cross stations. The exact location of the event will be sent to you via email once you have purchased your ticket.
Closest stations: Kings Cross/ Euston/ Euston Square
More speakers are going to be announced shortly!
Imam Abid Salik
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Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities are now available! Don’t miss this great opportunity to network and communicate your message to the 400 delegates attending from across the UK!
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For any questions or enquiries about the conference, please feel free to get in contact with us using the form below.
Who is this event for?
Our Mosques Our Future is aimed at anyone with an interest in the future of mosques in Britain. Delegates will include:
- Imams & Chaplains
- Mosque committee members
- Young Muslim Activists
- Council of Mosques
- Mosque trustees
- Community Leaders
Where is the venue?
The venue is in Central London and accessible by both Kings Cross and Euston stations. The exact location of the event will be sent to you once you have purchased tickets
Can I volunteer at this conference?
Is there access for wheelchair users?
Yes, all of the rooms are accessible either by lift or are on the ground floor.
Is the conference going to be accessible for deaf people?
Yes, we are working on sign language volunteers on the day to ensure that the conference is accessible to as many people as possible.
Is there car parking?
Will lunch be provided?
Yes, lunch will be provided within the ticket price.
How can I get in touch for sponsorship opportunities?
Why is the conference in London?
London was chosen for the first ‘Our Mosques Our Future’ conference but the event is planned to be run biennially and hosted in other UK cities. In addition, the London venue is close to Euston and King’s Cross rail stations to enable easy access for participants travelling from outside the capital.