Activities and Events



Abode of Devotion: The story of the Bahá’í Faith in Yazd

Come and learn about the origin of this unique earthen city, a wonder of the world lying between two great deserts. Discover its fascinating and exciting Bahá’í history, and be inspired by its 150 years of overcoming persecution after persecution. Meet the eminent believers that hailed from this ancient city, and be amazed at the […] Read More

The Two Parts of the Religion of God

In the process of reading a wide range of talks and Tablets by ‘Abdu’l-Bahá, along with some of the Writings of Bahá’u’lláh and letters of the Guardian, certain themes related to the progressive revelation of the religion of God appeared consistently and with such clarity and convincing logic, that the present compiler felt compelled to […] Read More

Executive Producer of the film, “The Gate.”

You’re invited to an evening with Steve Sarowitz, a noted speaker on the Baha’i Faith from the Chicago area. Join us for a fireside at the Clearwater Baha’i Center on Tuesday, January 17th at 7:00 p.m. The fireside is a general introductory one, arrangements will be made for it to be partially held in Spanish […] Read More

Exploring the Impact of Baha’u’llah’s Station on Science, Religion, and Mysticism

The station of Baha’u’llah and its vast implications on wide fields as science, world religions, and mysticism. The station of Baha’u’llah, the founder of the Baha’i Faith, is a concept central to the belief system of the Baha’i community. It refers to the spiritual and mystical position that Baha’u’llah holds as the latest in a […] Read More

A Roadmap for a Moral Society – Equity and Justice

Justice is the principle of fairness, in which individuals are treated equally and impartially. Equity refers to fairness and impartiality, especially in the distribution of resources or the assignment of duties. In Roman mythology, justice is often depicted as a woman holding scales, symbolizing the weighing of evidence in a legal case. Emanuel Kant, a […] Read More

Inter-religious Chaplaincy

Leaders with interreligious chaplaincy training can offer spiritual support to a range of clienteles. People learn the basics of interreligious chaplaincy from this type of curriculum. There is an urgent need for spiritual care in hospitals, universities, prisons, the military, immigration, family and social services, disaster relief, airports, and businesses. These courses give learners the […] Read More

Who was Dr. Josephine Fallscheer-Zürcher, what did she do for the Bahá’í Faith?

– About the Tablets of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá to Germany and Austria – Some new findings on Prof. Forel and the Bahá’í Faith Read More

12th Day of Ridván

Festival[edit]In the Kitáb-i-Aqdas, written during 1873, Baháʼu’lláh ordains Ridván as one of two “Most Great Festivals”, along with the Declaration of the Báb. He then specified the first, ninth, and twelfth days to be holy days; these days mark the days of Baháʼu’lláh’s arrival, the arrival of his family and their departure from the Ridván garden, respectively.[11]The […] Read More