For Ahmadis in the UK, attending Jalsa from home is a different experience, but still full of blessings.
Jalsa Salana/Annual Conventions
A volunteer explains why she chose to do a duty which many may not want to do.
A roti plant volinteer of 35 years ensures that guests at teh Jalsa get fresh roti
After reciting Tashahhud, Ta‘awwuz and Surah al-Fatihah, His Holiness, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (aba) said that he will present a report of the various...
A Jalsa volunteer stayed on duty even in the rain. This led someone passing by to give her their umbrella, because she needed it more!
With the constant growth of the Community and the Jalsa Salana, we should cherish and treasure every moment of Jalsa that we can.
A CCTV engineer usies his expertise to help keep the Jalsa site safe
In a new way, Jalsa Salana UK 2021 has become more global than ever before
Even if they can't be physically present, Ahmadis around the world are taking part spiritually in the Jalsa Salana UK 2021
It is often alleged that women have no rights in Islam. Read the official summary of His Holiness' (aba) address to women during Jalsa Salana UK to see how he...
We may not be there physically for all three days but our spirits remain as high as ever. Listening to the Jalsa proceedings at home we can draw our full...
As the day wraps up, all around the Jalsa gah, you see spotless green, red and grey carpets, hoovered extensively by the cleanliness team, and this...
We aske Ahmadis from Germany how they feel about attending Jalsa UK from afar this year
A gas engineer by profession, this Jalsa volunteer makes sure that during Jalsa, there is tea available for the guests, 24 hours a day.
Volunteers at Jalsa come from all sorts of backgrounds. This volunteer serves the community as a policeman, and at Jalsa, he serves food to the guests.