Ahl Ul Quran
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Here at WLICC, we recognise the important role that youth have to play in the future of our community which is why we seek to empower them through engaging programmes, strengthening them physically, mentally and spiritually, thereby creating a future generation that will not only benefit themselves but the wider community.
Our youth programmes take a holistic approach to youth development. Our multifaceted approach enables us to better address the many problems they face, providing support and productive direction for them to invest their energy.
Activities and services this year include:
- Weekly Youth Club
- Youth Prison Visits
- Camping Trips
- BBQ Nights
- Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
We aim to make the centre a safe haven, a second home and a hub for local Muslim youth to meet other youngsters and bond with elder role models, and to establish a consistent department that would be the responsible leaders in influencing the youth to become their best potential.
WLICC youth is our platform to exhaust our efforts to positively influence the youth.
Weekly Youth Club
WLICC is pleased to announce the opening of our own fully functioning youth club. We are providing dedicated supervised sessions for our young brothers and sisters with pre-planned workshop and activities for anyone who wants to drop by and play games, make new friends or catch up with old ones.
Enjoy a memorable night of brotherhood, packed with fun, reminders, Quran, Tahajjud, wrestling, and more. The aim is to feel a social as well as spiritual connection and enhance the love for the masjid whilst also increasing brotherhood ties.
If increasing self-discipline, self-confidence, and all while getting in some exercise sounds like something you’re interested in then why not join our youth boxing sessions? Aiming to revive the sport amongst the Muslim youth and provide a safe space to learn a new skill!
Youth Prison Visits
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu