Study circles are regular gatherings where groups of friends and neighbours engage in study of the Baha’i writings and develop their capacity to serve their community.
Devotionals are regular gatherings of people from all faiths and backgrounds who come together to share prayers and worship. Devotional gatherings are considered an essential practice of the spiritual wellbeing of a community, and follow no set form or rituals.
Baha’i children’s classes aim to nurture the hearts and minds of children. The emphasis of these classes is on helping children to learn to reflect on and apply spiritual principles, such as love, unity and justice, to their own lives and to the lives of those around them.
This educational program typically engages older youth as facilitator of younger peers aged 11 to 15 to help them develop their powers of expression, capacities for moral reasoning, and an ethic of service to others. The program combines study, mentorship and social action.
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