The Rabbani Project and Rumis Cave Present:
Friday 25th May
7pm till 10pm
Rumi’s Cave ( New Building)
Green Deen ethical Iftar
“The world is beautiful and verdant, and verily God, the exalted, has made you His stewards in it, and He sees how you acquit yourselves” (Saheeh Muslim).
Why is it that for many of us, the month of Ramadan often means an increase in disposable plastics, food wastage and a doubling of meat in our diet? These habit are contributing to the global environmental crisis’s but can this actually have equally detrimental effect on spiritual experience of this blessed month.
Join us on FRIDAY 25th MAY at the new Rumis cave from 7pm for our first Green Deen Iftar,
Our first Green Deen Iftar is an opportunity to explore our responsibility as stewards of the Earth and the ways in which we can reconnect t the prophetic teachings of living in harmony with the environment and nature and how embracing these teaching are essential in deepening our spiritual understanding and experience of this blessed month. You will then join us for a plastic free, delicious 3 course vegan meal with seasonal and ethically sourced foods, herbal teas and drinks.
In keeping with our ‘Green” theme we encourage you to bring along your own Tupperware for your leftovers and to even bring along your own plate, spoon and cups 🙂
If you are interested in getting involved with the Green Deen ethical or would like more information
This is a free event but registration is essential and donations will be collected on the day to support the incredible work of Rumi’s Cave