I am often asked where Bahá'í hold there religious services and other activities. For most of my life, it has been in homes and rented facilities, which attests to the smallness of most congregations. However, there is a plan (Bahá'ís are always working on a plan, LOL) for community architecture and services, and a few examples do exist. I included one link to some great photos, but putting the words "Bahá'í houses of worship" into any search engine will bring up lots of links to photos and information.
Here's the latest article from the Baha'i site at BellaOnline.com.
Bahá'í Houses of Worship
Do Bahá'ís have churches or temples for worship? What is the purpose of a structure in which to praise God, if one's relationship with the Creator is private?
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