Ten members of the Doncaster Ahmadiyya Muslim Community have cleaned a local Anglican church to mark the Great British Big Spring Clean 2022.
On Saturday, March 26, the volunteers visited the historic Doncaster Minster to clean the inside and outside of the building.
The group extended their gratitude to Reverend Canon David Stevens and his congregation for welcoming them with ‘hospitality and open-heartedness’.
They said they hope and pray to God that they can continue to play a positive role in spreading positivity in the community of Doncaster and beyond.
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community believes that Islam is about serving God and his creation.
They believe that faith without good actions is a dead faith.
And Islam is not a religion of extremism, violence, or terrorism but is a religion of love, compassion, service and tolerance.
The Worldwide Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, His Holiness Mirza Masroor Ahmad, reminds people of the importance of serving others in the following words:
“Selfishness, greed and a culture of ‘me’ is prevailing across the world and society.”
“Thus, I pray with all my heart that mankind forsakes greed and forgoes the pursuit of narrow self-interest.”
“And instead comes to recognise the importance of protecting all of humanity and showing kindness, compassion and love to God’s creation.”