What We Do

Youth Movement

Youth working together in groups to translate concepts in the Bahá’í Writings into practical action, realization of their society building power as agents of change.

Fireside Chat

Public Informational Meeting and discussion about the Bahá’í Faith on a variety of topics. A great place to ask questions and discover the Faith together.

Spirituality Café

Forum accompanied by light breakfast; the Sacred Texts of the World’s Religions and writings of great philosophers display that humanity is truly one and spirituality precedes from the same Source.

Interfaith Devotions

Underscoring the fundamental Unity of Religion, prayers and passages from the World’s Great Spiritual Paths and musical selections contribute to an atmosphere of reverence.

Children’s Classes

One of our core activities: Children focus on human character development through the loving guidance of trained teachers working in the neighborhoods. They incorporate activities, songs and drama with lessons.

Study Circles

One of our core activities: A study group of Bahá’í concepts related to development of the individual and community life in a format of distance learning. This institute is dedicated to actionable service.

Junior Youth Groups

One of our core activities: A spiritual empowerment group, ages 12-15, members from different ethnic and religious backgrounds engage in service projects, recreation, and study in an effort towards excellence.

Devotional Gatherings

One of our core activities: A prayer meeting dedicated to connecting our inner life with the Creator of the universe, participants share prayers, passages and even poetry in a spiritual atmosphere.

Open Mic

The power of positive expression through developing the arts in the grassroots. Participants—especially youth—share poetry and spoken word, Karaoke, music talents, hip hop, comedy and other mediums.

Potluck Social

A community meal where guests contribute a dish of food that is to be shared with others. A great occasion for meeting wonderful people and fellowship; sometimes followed by an informal talk or video.

Nineteen Day Feast

Community gatherings also referred to as “The Lord’s Supper“, typically on the first day of each month of the Bahá’í calendar; consists of a Devotional, Administrative, and Social part. Participants consult on all matters in a form of grassroots democratic expression.

Bahá’í Holy Days

Eleven Holy Days in the Bahá’í calendar; work is suspended on the first nine: Naw-Rúz (Bahá’í New Year), 1st of Riḍván, 9th of Riḍván, 12th of Riḍván, Declaration of the Báb, Ascension of Bahá’u’lláh, Martyrdom of the Báb, Birth of the Báb, Birth of Bahá’u’lláh, Day of the Covenant, Ascension of `Abdu’l-Bahá.