Who is the founder of Bahá’í faith?

The Bahá’í faith was founded by Bahá’u’lláh; other central figures include: the Báb‘Abdu’l-Bahá, and Shoghi Effendi.

What do Baha'is believe in?

Bahá’í beliefs address such essential themes as

  • the oneness of God and religion,
  • the oneness of humanity and
  • freedom from prejudice,
  • the inherent nobility of the human being,
  • the progressive revelation of religious truth,
  • the development of spiritual qualities,
  • the integration of worship and service,
  • the fundamental equality of the sexes,
  • the harmony between religion and science,
  • the centrality of justice to all human endeavours,
  • the importance of education, and
  • the dynamics of the relationships that are to bind together individuals, communities, and institutions as humanity advances towards its collective maturity.

Do I have to be Bahá’í to participate in your activities?

People of all faiths or no faiths are welcome to participate in Bahá’í celebrations and community building activities.

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