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Christian church hosts Muslim prayers
Written by SBS   
Monday, 21 November 2016

Community hall: St Paul’s community hall was the original church and now hosts a variety of activities including Muslim prayers

 Community hall: St Paul’s community hall was the original church and now hosts a variety of activities including Muslim prayers

A West Australian church may be the first in the nation to include Muslim parishioners in its community.

By: Ryan Emery

A search for somewhere convenient for Friday prayers has led to an unusual joining of two communities.

Every Friday, St Paul’s Anglican church in Beaconsfield, just outside Western Australia’s port city of Fremantle, hosts Muslim prayers in its community hall.

Fittingly, the hall was the original church.

The enterprise began shortly after Imam Faizel Chothia knocked on the door of Reverend Peter Humphries.

Sheikh Muhammed Shakeeb Speech
Written by Administrator   
Sunday, 13 November 2016


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Australian Islamic College in Perth marks 30th anniversary
Written by The Australian   
Thursday, 03 November 2016

Australian Islamic College in Perth marks 30th anniversary

Kay Ann Abrahams and Heather-Lea Shaw with students at Perth’s Australian Islamic College. Picture: Colin Murty

Academic achievement is the norm at the Australian Islamic College in Perth, where 2700 children from kindergarten to Year 12 are taught across three campuses.

The growth of Islamic schooling in Australia is reflected at the college, which this week celebrates 30 years since it opened with two teachers and 52 students. Now there are 275 teachers, and the school’s NAPLAN results are above the national average. Yet more than three-quarters of students come from non-­English-speaking backgrounds, and represent 50 ethnic groups.

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