Ann is lamenting the fact that Charles will soon be getting married. She feels it is her destiny to marry him, but she needs to help that destiny along. Rather than being the bad ending of a romance movie by stopping the wedding at the altar, Sarah suggests Ann show him how good a woman she is for him. Ann puts her own interpretation of that message to take extreme measures to be that Charles Thorne-worthy woman. Meanwhile, Sarah is testing the waters of being an Anglican again. Her short stint in the church choir makes her think twice about the move back to Christianity. And Amaar informs Baber that he plans on reassuming the position of Imam at the Rayyan Mosque when it opens. As such, Baber decides to keep the Mercy Mosque open. Thorne welcomes Baber's decision to stay. But will Thorne think the same if Baber can't raise enough donations from the Muslims who decide to stay at the Mercy Mosque to pay the rent? An action by Sarah may make Baber and Thorne's decisions on the matter a ...