How do Baha´i communites work, socialize and worship.
Ayyám-i-Há is Coming!
This is the season for parties for many Bahá'ís, prior to the Fasting month, which is followed by a another party celebrating new year's on the vernal equinox.
Bahá'í Administration in the Field
So how do you build grass roots democracy when you don't have all the urban amenities, or even literacy? An experience in rural Honduras.
Bahá'í Burial Rites
Burial requirements for Bahá'ís are few and simple, essentially treating the physical body with great respect.
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?
Bahá'ís and Christmas at Our House
If Baha´is accept Christ, why isn't Christmas a major holiday for them?
Baha’i Online Dating Services Updated
Information about online dating services that target Baha´is.
Be Happy - Serve
The Bahá'í Faith teaches that the highest personal achievement is service to others. I have found service also to be a path to happiness.
Characteristics of a Bahá'í Community
What does a Bahá'í community look and act like? What are the congregational goals and behaviors of Bahá'ís as a group?
Children’s Theatre Company; New York City, New York
Children´s Theatre Company, CTC in New York city teaches children that they can be a positive change and a way of healing the world, through the arts.
Musing on how to answer the question, "Don't I believe in Jesus Christ?" People mean different things when they ask this.
Day of the Covenant - Bahá'í Holy Day
November 26 is the Day of the Covenant, chosen by 'Abdu'l-Bahá to commemorate a first in religious history: a clearly delineated change of leadership that would prevent successful schism.
Friendship, not competition, is built into all of God's creation, and life will be much better once we acknowledge that each of us is important to the healthy functioning of all of us.
How Do Bahá'ís Worship?
A brief look at the form and purpose of worship in the Bahá'í Faith.
How Does the Bahá'í Faith Grow?
Without a clergy, how has the Bahá'í Faith become the second most widespread religion on the planet, or grown to seven million adherents, in less than 170 years?
How Faith Will Change the World Today
Historically, core religion has been the primary source of lasting social change because believers are willing to alter behavior and attitudes in order to be 'good.' Bahá'ís think it can happen again.
How to Make a True Friend
Finding new friends, building new relationships, is important for continuing health and happiness. Here are some ways to do it.
Local Spiritual Assemblies
April 21st, the first day of the twelve-day Ridván celebration, marks the election of local Spiritual Assemblies, the administrative roots the Baha'i Faith.
National Observance of Children's Sabbaths
This annual observance is a great way to work together for our children. The more we know about each other, the more obvious it is that we are one human family across the planet.
Perks of Bahá'í Community Life
One of the things I like most about being a Bahá'í is discovering new friends and 'family' in meeting Bahá'ís around the world.
Reversing Aging-Related Decline with Religion
The Bahá'í Faith asserts that science and religion must work together in harmony. Science is catching up with age-old religious guidance on how to live fuller, healthier lives.
Review - Louhelen Bahá'í School
There are five permanent Bahá'í retreat and conference centers in the United States, plus regional schools that are organized around rented venues. Each one has its own personality and advantages. This is the first of several reviews.
Simple Steps to Change Your World
Some small steps that each can take, add together for large effect.
The Importance of Fatherhood
The Bahá'í Faith teaches that fathers are not just the financial support or family figureheads, but the equal partners of their wives in the rearing of children and the ordering of family life.
Then a Miracle Happens ...
... How Progress Really Occurs -The formula to success has a surprising step in it.
Tis the Season
The major holiday season in the Northern Hemisphere is upon us. Here are some ways to be a part of making Peace on Earth.
What is a Bahá'í Pioneer ?
The Bahá'í Faith does not have clergy or a missionary class, but it does have believers who relocate in order to spread their religion. They are called pioneers.
What is a Bahá'í Study Circle
Bahá'í study circles are spreading to every neighborhood. You might be asked to join one and wonder what that means.
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The Nineteen Day Feast is the monthly devotional, consultative and social meeting of the Bahá'í Community.
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