Bahá’í’s believe social change starts with spirituality—individuals unlocking their soul’s desire for service and working alongside others for the good of their neighborhoods and communities. Bahá’í communities are a workshop open to all for hands-on learning about the process of spiritual community building. Specifically, we focus on the following activities:
• Children’s Classes
• Junior youth spiritual empowerment programs
• Devotional gatherings and Holy Day observances
• Adult study circles based on the Creative Word
Together, these activities in a neighborhood drive a community-building process that promotes a way of thinking, studying, and acting in which all people consider themselves as treading a common path of service – supporting one another and advancing together, respectful of the knowledge that each one possesses at any given moment. They contribute to the well-being of society as a whole, demonstrate optimism in the future of humanity, and reinforce the oneness and unity of the human family.