Eid al Fitr is the biggest Muslim holiday of the year and is celebrated at the close of the fast during the month of Ramadan. Since it’s based on a lunar calendar, it changes every year. This year the holiday took place on June 25. Magically, this was a Sunday, so it’s one of the few days of the year when one half of the world’s population, represented by Christians and Muslims, are all worshiping God together.
I took a small group of non-Muslims including a Jewish lady to the evening celebration at a local mosque. We had a delightful time.