Oneness of God
The Bahá’í community values a culture of ongoing learning for people of all ages regardless of social status or level of formal education. Spiritual fulfillment and the independent investigation of truth are considered to be the right and responsibility of every individual. Bahá’ís strive to contribute to the material and spiritual well-being of the wider community. The activities listed below are open to everyone and are opportunities for you to learn alongside us how to build a stronger, resilient, and more vibrant community.
The aim of Bahá’í children’s classes is to nurture the tender hearts and minds of children by helping them to develop spiritual qualities and habits. Lessons include activities such as songs, stories, arts, crafts, and drama. Prayers and readings from the Bahá’í writings are also studied and memorized.
The Junior Youth Programme is for preteens and young teens and aims to help members work together to build a positive peer group, and develop a stronger desire to be of service to the community. It is not a religious education programme. The material is Bahá’í-inspired, however, which means that the books mention God and include prayers.
In this short animation, we present a brief introduction to the Bahá’í Faith. You can also find out more about the Bahá’í Faith via the Learn More tab.
This longer video, narrated by Rainn Wilson, presents the cosmology of the Bahá’í Faith in a wider global context. Click here to learn more.