On the 18th November Minhaj Sisters Midlands Region had a training session at Walsall Centre. This was an opportunity to meet and exchange ideas for the future events.
Midlands Deputy Coordinator Henna Nawaz introduced all the different projects of MQI. After a brief introduction each sister was given time to share ideas about how Minhaj Sisters can be made productive and beneficial to the mission.
As well as joining and taking active roles in all MQI projects the sisters started the Little Mo’mins study classes in each town to encourage younger children to get involved in the MQI work.
As part of our interfaith work many events were organised in Walsall, West Bromwich and Birmingham. It involved working alongside the local Christian community and people of all other faiths.
As this training session fell into the blessed month of Rabi ul Awwal, Mawlid-un-Nabi (pbuh) was organised where each sister brought a gift. These gifts were then exchanged. Nasheeds by the West Bromwich group Minhaj ul Barakah brought the celebrations to a close.
Midlands Senior Coordinator sister Rosina Nawaz thanked all the sisters and gave some uplifting encouragement to keep moving forward. The Midlands will be having a training session every 6 months.
These kinds of exercises are imperative for the ongoing success of different projects of MQI.