Promised Messiah Day in Berbice

In the history of Islam Ahmadiyya, May 23 signifies the initiation of this Jama’at.  It began in year 1889 when the Promised Messiah, Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (as) took the first Bai’at of fourty faithful followers.

In Guyana, Ahmadiyyat started in a remote village called the Sisters Village.  It is found on the east bank of Berbice.  The first mosque was built here in the 1960s.

The first Ahmadiyya Muslim Mosque in Guyana

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5th Regional Jalsa Salana Berbice

The 5th Regional Jalsa Salana of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama`at Berbice will be held on April 23, 2017 at the Dave’s Reception Hall in New Amsterdam, Berbice.  All are invited!

“The primary purpose of this Convention is that every sincere member of Jama`at may derive religious benefits and at the same time acquire more knowledge and advance in God realization.” – The Promised Messiah, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (as)

“…You must not rank this convention in the same league as other, ordinary, human assemblies…”The Promised Messiah (as)

Presentation of literature to Turkeyen Campus Library

March 6, 2017, our missionaries accompanied by Waqfe Nau Lajna Imaillah members, who are students of the University of Guyana, visited the Turkeyen Campus to present various literatures of the Jama’at to the campus library.

Books presented to the Turkeyen Campus library

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Presentation of literature at the Indian High Commission

February 28, 2017, our missionaries visited the Indian High Commission of Guyana.

On this occasion, the books Life of Muhammad and World Crisis and Pathway to Peace were presented to the First Secretary to the Indian High Commission of Guyana, Mr Tashi Damdi Bhutia.

Our missionaries with Mr Tashi Damdi Bhutia, First Secretary to Indian High Commission of Guyana

Promised Messiah Day

Across Guyana, the Promised Messiah Day or Masih Mau`ud (as) Day Jalsa will be held.  Renowned scholars will speak about life and character of the Promised Messiah (as).

The Masih Mau`ud (as) Day is celebrated by holding the Jalsa in regional centres and mosques across Guyana.

On March 23, 1889, the Promised Messiah (as) took the first initiation that resulted in foundation of Worldwide Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.   Ahmadi Muslims around the world celebrate this day by holding Jalsa (meetings) to discuss the blessings of the advent of the Messiah and Mahdi.

Jalsa Masih Mau’ud will be held in each region on the following days:

    • Georgetown – March 04, 2017 at Baitul Noor
    • Berbice – March 23, 2017 at Sister’s Masjid

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Promised Reformer Day

Hadhrat Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmood Ahmad – The Promised Reformer, Musleh Mau’ud

In the month of February, Musleh Mau`ud (ra) Day is celebrated throughout the Ahmadiyya Muslim community by holding programs at the regional levels. In these gatherings, the life and work of Hadhrat Musleh Mau`ud (ra) is discussed.

He was a model who had his hands on the pulse of Jama`at and who had a vision of fulfilling the revelation of the Promised Messiah (as) to the letter, where Allah revealed: “I shall cause thy message to reach corners of the Earth“.

Members celebrate the advent of the Promised Reformer.  A historic personality whose fame spread to the ends of the earth and through him people were blessed!

He is the light of Allah. Blessed is he who comes from heaven.  He shall be accompanied by grace (Fazl) which shall arrive with him.  He will be characterized with grandeur, greatness and wealth.  He will come into the world and will heal many of their disorder through his Messianic qualities and through the blessings of the Holy Spirit.  He is the Word of Allah for Allah’s mercy and honour have equipped him with the Word of Majesty.  He will be extremely intelligent and understanding and will be meek of heart and will be filled with secular and spiritual knowledge.

This auspicious event will be commemorated in Guyana on the following days:

  • Georgetown: February 26, 2017 at Baitul Noor
  • Berbice: February 19, 20 at Masjid Rahman, Edingburgh Village