A local mosque in Banbury, Oxfordshire, has unveiled a new warm space and consultation room where people can receive personal guidance or religious teachings.
The new building, outside the Banbury’s Madni Masjid, was funded by Cherwell District Council.
“The mosque has unveiled a welcoming consultation and warm space room, designed to provide a tranquil and supportive environment for the Banburyshire community,” a spokesperson for the mosque told Banbury Guardian.
“Whether visitors are in need of spiritual counsel or simply a peaceful retreat, the consultation room stands as a beacon of compassion and solidarity in line with Islamic teachings.
“In addition, the room may also serve as a summer house, providing a serene escape during the warmer months where members can gather for community events, discussions, or simply to enjoy the season.”
The Banbury Madni Masjid is a Sunni mosque located in Banbury, England. The Banbury Madni Masjid is an important place of worship in Banbury and is a hub for the local Muslim community.
It offers a welcoming environment where people of all ages can come together to learn, pray and connect with others who share their faith.