The Wrexham Mosque on Grosvenor Road will be open to everyone as part of Visit My Mosque day on Sunday, March 3.
So why not come along anytime between 11am and 3pm?
There’ll be tours throughout the day (except for a short period between 1pm and 1.15pm). Trustees and members will be there to answer questions and there will be drinks and homemade snacks available.
Dr Jishi from Wrexham Mosque said: “I’m looking forward to once again catching up with old friends and new, who want to find out a little more about our Mosque and our faith, and how we are all part of the Wrexham community.”
So come along and see how new life has been breathed into the Miners’ Institute.
Visit My Mosque day is a national initiative facilitated by the Muslim Council of Britain encouraging 250+ mosques across the UK to hold open days to welcome their neighbours from all faiths and none, building bridges across communities.
While mosque open days in Britain have been taking place for decades, Visit My Mosque allows mosques to be a part of a nationwide event where mosques are able to open their doors together on the same day.
For 2019, the open days will be supporting Keep Britain Tidy.
Cllr Andrew Atkinson, Diversity Champion for the Council, said: “I want to thank Wrexham Mosque for taking part in Visit My Mosque day, and would encourage anyone who is curious about the mosque and the role it plays to visit.
“I’ve been a number of times myself, and always found a great welcome – and the visit has always been very informative.”