Eid al Fitr celebration

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.

  • The food was wonderful - from the appetizers table