Date(s) - 15/07/2017
3.00 pm to 9.00 pm
The Church of Christ the Cornerstone
Truby’s Garden Tea Room is an interfaith community cafe run by British Muslim women who live in Milton Keynes. The cafe was founded in 2014 as an outreach project to create an interfaith dialogue between Muslim and non-Muslim women, according to founder Kurshida Mirza.
In an act of community solidarity and their first joint event, Milton Keynes interfaith groups Truby’s Garden Tea Room and One Voice will come together from 3.00 – 9.00pm on Saturday 15 July at the Guildhall, Church of Christ the Cornerstone, to present an afternoon and evening of shared food and performance.
Everyone is invited to enjoy Truby’s eclectic menu of afternoon teas and savoury international meals which celebrate the combined heritage of British Muslim women who create them. There is no charge to attend and food is sold on-site. All food is prepared by volunteers to strict halal criteria. As with every Truby’s function, prayer facilities will be available throughout the event. Proceeds from the sale of food will be donated to community causes.