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Future events

17 March 2019 - Annual Quiz

Almost everyone likes a quiz, especially when the questions are not too easy, not too hard, and interesting.

Jonny Wineberg and Steven Pearlman have long experience of running such quizzes, and will be doing it again for us.

Details below.

When

Sunday 17 March at 19:30

Where

Salford Suite, Salford Civic Centre, Chorley Road, Swinton, Salford, M27 5AW.

Teams

Teams of 6-8. If you don't want to pre-organise a team, we will allocate you to a team.

Catering

Tea, coffee, kosher cake and fruit.

Cost

£5 per person. Pay on the night.

Booking

Please email mail@muslimjewish.org.uk to book your place.

 

 

19 May at 19:45 — Iftar

An iftar is the meal at the end of a day of fasting during Ramadan. Each year the Forum supports an iftar to bring Muslims, Jews, and people of other faiths and none closer together. You can read about previous iftars on the "News and past events" section of our website.

This year we are again being hosted by Khizra Mosque. Kosher food will be available for those who require it and request it in advance.

The details are below:

Where

Khizra Masjid, 425 Cheetham Hill Road, Manchester, M8 0PF. There is car parking onsite.

When

Sunday 19 May at 7.45pm.

Speakers

We are still finalising our speakers list, but presently have the following:

  • Cllr Heather Fletcher — MJF Co-Chair (Master of Ceremonies)
  • Mr Sajjad Amin — Khizra Mosque
  • Mr Afzal Khan CBE — MP for Manchester Gorton
  • Mrs June Rosen — MJF Executive Committee Member
  • Mr Graham Stringer — MP Blackley and Broughton
  • Mrs Tahara Amin — MJF Company Secretary

Food

Asian food, including vegetarian options.
Kosher food will be provided for those who request it in advance.
Vegan food will also be provided for those who request it in advance.
The fast is expected to end at 9.08pm.

Cost

The event is free to attend.

Booking

All who wish to attend must book by emailing mail@muslimjewish.org.uk by 12 May.

 

Sunday 4 August at 13:00 - Annual Picnic

We will have our interfaith picnic. No need to book. Bring your own food and be prepared to share.

The location will be St Mary's Park, St Mary's Road, Prestwich. We will be in the picnic area next to the car park and the tennis courts.

If you want to use Google maps, we recommend searching for The Phoenix/St. Marys Park/St. Marys Rd, Prestwich, Manchester M25 1GG, which is just a few yards beyond the picnic area. See map below.

 

 

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