In the series finale, the opening of the new mosque is accompanied by a surprise ceremony.
Baber is upset when Amaar announces he plans to be the imam of the new mosque.
Amaar mistakingly leads everyone to come to the conclusion that a building is haunted by spirits.
Ann and Sarah quarrel and afterwards, a person who Ann has a complicated relationship with hires Sarah.
Amaar reveals that his inspiration for a new mosque came from an unlikely source - a chicken.
Thorne cringes at the mayor's idea to popularize the church, while Amaar's time babysitting a chicken leads to a spiritual sign.
Thorne's mistrust of his visiting brother is put to the test when Amaar & Rayyan invite them both to dinner.
Thorne & Baber are unimpressed about being finalists in the Multi-Faith award which Amaar entered them in. However, their attitudes change when they discover there's a cash prize.
After blowing a fuse while cooking breakfast for Rayyan, Amaar insists fixing the problem without professional help in order to prove to Rayyan that he is a handyman. When he makes things worse, he turns to Sarah hoping that she will not only fix the mess, but make it look to his wife that he alone did it.
Meanwhile, Rev. Thorne and Baber engage in a fasting challenge with the winner getting to preach a sermon to the other's congregation.
At Ann's urging, who takes the liberty of renewing her driver's license under her maiden name, Sarah tries to make up for a 'lame' youth by loosening up with unintended consequences.
Meanwhile, when Rayyan complains to Amaar about her overbearing receptionist, he takes unilateral action and ends up making things worse.
Amaar and Rayyan cut their year-long honeymoon short to return to Mercy and help Sarah come to terms with her divorce after a 31 year marriage with Yasir.