Community

24 05, 2017

Food For Thought

2017-06-08T15:00:38+00:00 Community, Event, Outreach|

Food For Thought - A Roundtable discussion on the impact of our eating habits As a society, our health has quickly become dominated by the poor quality and quantity of food and drink we consume, So much so that health organisations have labelled Britain as "The Fat Man of Europe". We discuss the impact of this and how we can begin to address our own habits on a personal and societal level to instill some change. Join As-Suffa Outreach for this unique series of seminars. See Poster for Details! As-Suffa Institute

26 04, 2017

The Birmingham Conversations – Artwork

2017-04-26T15:49:27+00:00 Community, Interfaith, Outreach|

The Church of England - Birmingham organised The Birmingham Conversations last year for all faiths and none to discuss issues affecting our city. The third series of Conversations, 'Faith in the Public Sphere', explored to what extent people of faith can, or should, be involved in shaping the life of our city. This year we have been invited to attend the fourth series of Birmingham Conversations titled 'How do we live at peace in a world of Conflict?’. The third series was also attended by local artists of different faith backgrounds and have

13 04, 2017

Domestic Violence Awareness week 2017

2017-04-13T10:31:05+00:00 Community, Outreach|

As-Suffa Outreach have been working closely with Nour - Domestic Violence to establish a counselling service for domestic violence victims in Birmingham. This week is Domestic Violence Awareness week and tomorrow Mufti Liaquat Zaman will be covering this topic in a Facebook Live session at 7pm. He will inshaaAllah speak about the effects of physical abuse but more so mental abuse and the things that can come under mental abuse. He will also shed light on the Islamic rulings of oppressing your spouse and much more! Join us tomorrow on the As-Suffa or

23 03, 2017

On the morning of tragic attack in Westminster, London, St Johns, Perry Barr Church visit As-Suffa Institute

2017-03-23T13:03:45+00:00 Community, Interfaith|

The very same morning of the tragic attack in Westminster, London St Johns, Perry Barr Church had requested a visit to As-Suffa Institute to learn about the work we do.  As-Suffa Institute has been working with many faith and non-faith organisations in the community and we welcomed the opportunity to meet another local church community. Keeping in mind the misconceptions and misinformation circling around the traditional media and social media, our guests also saw it as an opportunity to gain a better understanding of Islam. The congregation enjoyed meeting with As-Suffa Institute scholars, students