Bahá’í community life

Bahá’í community life revolves around social, spiritual, intellectual, and artistic activities designed to uplift the human spirit and reinforce the love and reciprocity of human relationships and the devotion to the sacred which define human nature.Study circles, devotional gatherings, and children’s classes are among the core activities of Bahá’í community life. A formal Feast is held every 19 days to mark the beginning of each Bahá’í month.The Bahá’í calendar includes 11 Holy Days on which Bahá’ís observe historic and spiritually significant events, such as the births and passings of the two Prophet-Founders of the Bahá’í Faith, the Báb and Bahá’ú’lláh, the days on which they announced their Revelations from God to their followers, and the Bahá’í New Year, or Naw-Ruz, which falls on the first day of spring.Visit the contact page to get in touch with Bahá’ís in your area.