Annual meeting of Muslims in Britain known as Our Mosques, Our Future is scheduled to be held virtually in ten sessions across 27-29 November due to the new coronavirus outbreak.
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The annual conference organized by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) has been scheduled in ten sessions as the participants will discuss the way mosques can operate beyond COVID-19, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
The conference in its announcement released ahead of the upcoming event highlighted the uncertainty, grief and challenges and stressed necessity of uniting as a community, strengthening the institutions and work cohesively amid the pandemic.
The meeting will be discussing how many of the individuals in Britain's Muslim community are planning ahead into 2021 and into how they want the mosques to operate beyond COVID-19.
This weekend’s sessions will cover a range of hot topics from engagement with congregations digitally to looking after leadership and mental health in uncertain times.
"Our Mosques, Our Future" is an annual conference organized by the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB), sharing best practice and good work of UK mosques.
Ticketed conferences have been attended by over 1,200 mosque leaders and volunteers from across the UK.