A leading Canadian Muslim group has announced that they will be holding a convention from July 1 to July 3, 2022 at the Enercare Centre in Toronto.
“On behalf of the Muslim Association of Canada (MAC), we are excited and honored to invite you to attend a one-of-a-kind experiential conference this summer, inshaAllah!,” said the organization.
The theme of the convention is “Thriving in the Path of Allah (Tareeq Al-Istiqamah) and will be addressed by scholars, writers, thinkers, influencers, activists, and professionals.
The convention will be attended by a galaxy of Muslim scholars including Sheikh Rateb Elnabulsi, Sister Dalia Fahmy, Sheikh Suhaib Webb, Dr. Fadel Soliman, Dr. Jasser Auda, and others.
“For three days, we will be blessed to be in the company of a global community of scholars, writers, thinkers, influencers, activists, and professionals who will engage us to reimagine what it means to thrive as a Canadian Muslim and grip firm, steadfast, and grow on Tareeq Al-Istiqamah,” the convention website said.
“Where we, as a diverse, multi-dimensional community will engage in a discourse on how we can collectively Thrive in the Path of Allah (swt), as an ummah, inshaAllah.”
The Muslim Association of Canada (MAC) is a Canadian charitable organization and a grassroots social movement.
MAC focuses on serving Canadians by educating and motivating Muslims in Canada to put their faith into action for the benefit of everyone.
The group provides spaces, services and programs for holistic education and personal development for Canadian Muslims.