A little while ago, I attended a new-muslims' group in a mosque in UK. It was a borthers only and sisters only group. The sister's group was led by a revert sister and a muslim born sister. Each filled a certain role. I happened to be there and I was welcomed to join. It went like this: It started off as a very informal friendly meeting. We sat on a carpet and sisters bring something to share each week so we had cake and tea. While sipping tea, the facilitator asked us to narrate a moment in our lives which we found was most difficult, (or something along these lines if I remember correctly. Sisters introduced themsleves and narrated in their turns. As they shared experiences, many found things in common. Some had known each other, others were new and found themselves with people they could relate to. New muslim sisters seemed to find comfort in knowing that they were not alone. We then had an islamic session with a topic quite relevant to the new muslims.There was questions asked, some were answered to the best of their knowledge or noted down in order to be answered the following week . The mosque was raising funds for those that were possibly suffering financial difficulties as a consequence of their conversion. We left after exchanging emails and phone numbers with each other. I felt the importance of being there as a born muslim. It meant that I was able to have an understanding to the experiences of a revert. I hope that more of these sessions could take place around mosques. That they are catered for reverts but to welcome reverts and born muslims toghether, so that it facilitates opprotunity of be-friending a revert, and strengthening ties of brotherhood/sisterhood. I strongly urge spouses of reverts to join these groups for the purpose of help and understanding them. I am aware that there are Islamic lessons for new muslims, but I think it should be more than an Islamic lesson. That informal session described above was very insightful and essential. We need more of these around that provide activities such as trips, invitations, and other ideas that hlep the revert and to bring them us closer with born muslims inshallah.