Season 4 of Little Mosque on the Prairie: an unabashedly comedic look at a small Muslim community living side by side with the residents of a little prairie town. At its heart, Little Mosque on the Prairie is a humorous look at relationships, family, love, the generation gap, and balancing Muslim beliefs and traditions.
Rev. Magee's replacement, Rev. William Thorne, wants Amaar and the Muslims out until he realizes his congregants like having the mosque around. Rayyan dances to country music in her wedding dress and returns gifts; one of them in which leads her to call J.J one last time.
When Amaar invites Rev. Thorne to co-host a party, the minister hijacks the planning and almost tanks the event. Yasir hires a new employee, Yusuf, who does not speak English, and tries to set him up with Rayyan. Rayyan gets revenge by pretending that she will marry Yusuf.
When Reverend Thorne installs a chocolate vending machine during Amaar's 30-hour famine fundraiser, Amaar is forced to fight temptation with faith. Yasir, Sarah, Nate and the mayor enter a car contest.
After Baber scolds her for turning her back on her best friend, Holly, in college, Rayyan feels determined to invite her back into her life. The only problem is that Holly has become an ardent Christian zealot persistent on saving Rayyan's soul from the Fires of Hell.
Thorne encourages Baber to get a radio show hoping his extreme views will stir up anti-Muslim feelings. When Thorne's plan works, Amaar conspires with unlikely ally Fred to get Baber off the air. Meanwhile, Sarah befriends a male subcontractor and sets tongues wagging. But when this relationship ...
Amaar is pressured by Babar to ban the wearing of pants by women in the mosque, a demand Rayyan finds offensive. Amaar listens to Rayyan, but this leads to Ammar getting fired. Meanwhile, Sarah and Mayor Popowicz team up and enter the Annual Mercy Chili Cookoff, and soon find themselves up to the...
When Baber takes over as Imam after getting Amaar fired, he allows a band of radical Muslims into the mosque. But he gets more than he bargained for when the fundamentalists take over and frighten the Anglicans, finally giving Thorne the excuse he needs to act.
Thorne evicts the Muslims from the church and they are forced to find another suitable place to pray. Meanwhile, the Archbishop visits and is very excited about seeing the mosque. Thorne asks the Muslims to come back; they accept. Rayyan tells Amaar she loves him and he tells her he loves her.