Rejected & Reformed: A Revert’s Tale
Date: 29 Sep 2018
Time: 5:30pm - 8:00pm
Venue: Crown House,
28 George Street, Balsall Health
Birmingham, B12 9RG United Kingdom
About this event:
Mend Birmingham invite you to a Mending communities event entitled ‘Rejected and Reformed: A Revert’s Tale’
The vulnerability of reverts is very distressing. Difficulties that many reverts share are the loneliness and sadness of having no family support. It causes isolation, no sense of belonging to any community and a lack of security.
Islam is the fastest growing religion by reverts, but the rate at which reverts then leave the religion is also very high. As a community we should come together to create more understanding of the struggles reverts face and more knowledge on how to support them.
Come and support reverts by attending the event. It will be open for born and revert Muslims, brothers and sisters. We aim to:
- create awareness of struggles revert face including Islamophobia from their own family and friends
- emphasise the importance of supporting reverts
- present and endorse support that is currently available for reverts
We look forward to seeing you there!
SPEAKER: YUSUF CHAMBERS
Note: There is onsite parking and local street parking.
Refreshments will be provided.
Register your place now above or for any further enquiries contact Fatima on 07870104614 or email firstname.lastname@example.org