Mosques open doors to community

By Christy Steadman

It is not uncommon for Muslims to gather after early morning Saturday prayer at a mosqueto share a potluck breakfast.

Food can be as simple as croissants and cream cheese. But someone always brings something.

And “we all sit around in a circle and chit chat,” said Talha Siddiqui, 25, who was born in Pakistan but emigrated to the U.S. about seven years ago, eventually settling in Golden. “Face time with individuals gives you a common bond.”  Read more…