IPDC NSW organised their annual outing programme on the 10th of January 2016. The following blog is written by one of the young participants.
The bus ride was pretty good, the kids all screaming and singing from the back seats. Our crazy new way of playing “slime-yak-yak”. The Uncles listening and performing their Bangla songs and waz. The boys kept themselves entertained with conversation and developing sly schemes to claim the backseats for themselves while the aunties chatted quietly under the slow, somewhat comforting rumbling of the Bangla nasheeds in the background. Wow. The nostalgia that 2 hour bus ride left.
The Islamic Practice & Dawah Circle (IPDC) held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) for 2015 at the Slacks Creek Mosque Australian Unity Centre (AUC) on Saturday 19th & Sunday 20th of September. This was a historic event as, for the first time IPDC Queensland held the honour of being the host state. The Australian Unity Centre is the first site IPDC Queensland has established in Queensland and the first project that the IPDC established with the general Muslim Community.
The Islamic Practice and Dawah Circle hosted a very well attended Prophetic Leadership course, delivered by Shaykh Yahya Ibrahim. The event, located at the Bryan Brown Theatre, Bankstown Library, attracted attendees from all over Sydney along with a significant number of interstate guests. The course notably attracted a wide demographic of attendees, ranging from high school and university students, to young professionals and community elders..