What do Muslims believe?

Islam, which means submission, is a word derived from the Arabic word salam, or peace, implying contentment with God and all His creations. It is an Abrahamic religion that stresses absolute surrender to the one true God, known in Arabic as Allah.

The Islamic faith is underpinned by five pillars. These comprise morals, teachings and obligations which guide Muslims in their everyday lives. Discover more about the five pillars in our Islamic Faith Gallery.

In this workshop, children will learn more about the five pillars as they create their own Five Pillars Craft cube to take home.

This is a great activity to help bring children closer to their faith during the holy month of Ramadan.

Our 2023 Autumn School Holiday Program is supported by:


Terms and Conditions
  1. In the unlikely event that we cancel the workshop, you will be notified by email with at least 48 hours notice. We will also fully refund you after we receive your completed Refund Request Form.
  2. Cancellations made by participants within 72 hours or no-shows on the day are non-refundable.
Note: Parents/guardians do not need to purchase a ticket if they are accompanying a participant to the workshop. However, parents/guardians will need to purchase an admission ticket from reception on the day if they wish to explore the Museum.

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