I walked out of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community with a full heart of love and respect for people of different faiths.
A couple of weeks ago, my friend Sabina invited me to a special event called “A Peace Symposium: Building Communities Across National, Cultural, and Religious Boundaries” at the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Rochester Hills, Michigan. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Women’s Association of Greater Detroit hosted the event and welcomed women from the community from all faith backgrounds to join in the discussion.
It was also my first time visiting a mosque and I had a great time! It was an honor to be invited to the event.
A wonderful group of women community and spiritual leaders led the Peace Symposium and shared insight from their religion and on other cultural topics.
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