They even considered covering the crosses in the church to accommodate Muslim prayers. The church where I attend and serve on staff hosts the graduation ceremony for a local private school. It’s a nice outreach to the community. Because my family is involved with the school as well as the church, I help out with sound and media for the event.
A couple of years ago, as school staffers and volunteers were putting chairs back into classrooms after the event, someone encountered a man prostrate on the floor. It was clear that he was reciting Muslim prayers. We didn’t say anything to him, although I did rebuke Satan and pray over the room after the man left.
It’s a strange sight to see a Muslim praying in your church, but one church in the Darlington, a town in Great Britain, wanted to allow spaces for Muslims to pray within the church’s space during the Islamic celebration of Ramadan, even offering to cover up Christian imagery in a room where women would pray.
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