A video viewed over 2.5M times: An Anglican church in Perth’s south hosts the local Muslim community for Ramadan as the two religions sit side-by-side, breaking bread and barriers. Six years ago, Imam Faizel Chothia came knocking asking if there was a place where Muslims could hold their Friday prayers. The response that Father Peter Humphries from Saint Paul’s Anglican Church was “well here, because we’re a place of prayer. Christians and Muslims now share the space. “This has been a relationship evolving not just between individuals but between communities” said Imam Faizel. “Praying in the same space, I think adds life to what both communities are seeking” said Father Peter.
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