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Loving a Mosque Community Together

Jesus said, “You shall LOVE the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind, and your neighbour as yourself.” (Luke 10:27-29)

 

So who is your neighbour?

There are some 650 mosques in communities across Canada. It is likely that one of them is near you.


Will you:

 
  1. Identify the mosque nearest your church community. Email us at contact@lmtn.ca. We'll help you get started. 
  2. Within your congregation convene a group who commit to meet at least monthly to pray for those that call your neighbourhood mosque their religious home.
  3. Identify a key contact from that group who will remain connected to the LMT network contact person.
  4. Use the prayer points regularly supplied by the LMT network to maintain focus; your LMT contact will also visit the prayer group occasionally to stay connected and provide encouragement.
  5. Join with others annually, for a time of worship, prayer, training, testimony and encouragement.
  6. Once you've completed the steps above, register your church's commitment using the form below.
You are strategically placed to love your neighbours. Canada is home to an estimated 1,690,000 Muslims.

Local mosques are in:

Yukon
British Columbia
Northwest Territories
Alberta
Saskatchewan
Nunavut
Manitoba
Ontario
PEI
Quebec
New Brunswick
Nova Scotia
Newfoundland

Pray for Your Mosque Community

Monthly Prayer Focus
Mosque communities are often the target of hate and racism, but we are called to love. Perhaps the most loving thing we can do is to pray. Use this monthly blog to help inspire prayers of love and compassion for those who call your neighbourhood mosque their home.
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No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion.

Nelson Mandela

You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, all your strength and all your mind. And your neighbor as yourself.

Jesus