Embark on an enriching journey through history! Join us on the 20th of January as we explore the captivating heritage of Liverpool’s first mosque and delve into the fascinating narrative of Abdullah Quilliam and Fatima Cates, two pioneering figures in British Islamic history.

Step back in time and witness the UK’s inaugural mosque, uncovering the rich tapestry of cultural significance it holds. Be captivated by the serene ambience and immerse yourself in the stories echoing through its walls.

Our curated tour with expert historian Yahya Birt, will take you on an insightful expedition, tracing the footsteps of Abdullah Quilliam, an influential advocate for Islam in Britain. Discover the historical sites intricately connected to Quilliam’s and Cates’ legacies, gaining profound insights into their lives and impactful contributions.

This exclusive event promises a unique blend of history, culture, and exploration. Whether you’re a history enthusiast, a cultural explorer, or simply seeking an extraordinary experience, this is an opportunity not to be missed!

Book your place now and join us for a day of discovery and enlightenment. Let’s celebrate the heritage of Britain’s first mosque and convert community and honour the enduring legacy of Abdullah Quilliam and Fatima Cates together.

The Mosque was founded by a Victorian English convert to Islam, Abdullah Quilliam, in 1887. We will be joined by Yahya Birt, a writer and historian who will be our tour guide for the day.

• Guided bus tour visiting historic sites
• Tour of Abdullah Quilliam Mosque & talk by Yahya Birt
• A warm 3-course meal & chance to meet others

This event is exclusively for converts to Islam and those who are not Muslim; children and family members are welcome.

Date: Saturday 20th January 2024
Time: 11 am-5 pm
Abdullah Quilliam Mosque
8-10 Brougham Terrace, Liverpool L6 1AE
Cost: £14.99 per adult, £9.99 per child

Spaces are limited

Register at beginnings.org.uk/trip

Due to the space restriction, each registrant can bring a maximum of 2 family members (including children) each one must be registered individually on the website.