One day event — Register Now: Saturday, July 30, 10am (Check in starts at 9:00) to 6:00pm. The Indiana Bahá’í Summer School is pleased to invite you to Fort Wayne’s beautiful University of Saint Francis.
Everyone is welcome — not just Hoosiers — the overall theme is “Building Havens of Peace”. Programs for all ages.
The Regional Bahá’í Council invites community members of all Faiths to join in the study of the current global plan created by the Universal House of Justice. « Part 2: Study paragraphs 5-7 Paragraphs #8-9 of the letter dated 30 December 2021, from the Universal House of Justice to the Continental Boards of Consellors: …Continue reading “Study the Global Plan for the Betterment of the World: Part 4”
Kalamazoo, Mich. – The Baha’is of Kalamazoo and their collaborators welcomed 51 participants May 14–15, 2022, to the Kalamazoo Nature Center for “Building Vibrant Communities: A New Framework for Social Justice and Spiritual Transformation.” This workshop was part of a greater wave of tens of thousands of conferences hosted by local Baha’i communities worldwide overContinue reading “Shining a Light on the Spiritual Nature of Social Justice”
The Baha’is of Northwest Ohio (NWOhio) and their partners convened “The Conference for Hope” on Saturday, May 21, 2022. In attendance were 35 people, including representatives of 13 non-governmental organizations. Their aim was to start an on-going grass-roots effort for strengthening local communities by direct involvement of area individuals and organizations.Co-sponsors included: the MultiFaith CouncilContinue reading “Northwest Ohio: “The Conference for Hope””
On the weekend of April 29 – May 1, nine of the 34 scheduled conferences took place. For a full list, see the end of this article. Here are highlights from three of them: Davison, MI; Fort Wyne, IN; and Columbus, OH.
On behalf of the Midwest Region of the United States
Composed at the inter-institutional gathering for the United States on April 9-10, 2022, of International and Continental Counselors, the Auxiliary Boards, the National Spiritual Assembly, Regtional Councils, and Training Institute Coordinators.
The National Spiritual Assembly is pleased to invite interested undergraduate students in the Appalachian, Atlantic, Heartland, Midwestern, Northeastern, Prairie States, South Central, and Southeastern regions to participate in the first of a series of seminars offered by the Institute for Studies in Global Prosperity (ISGP), taking place this summer at Green Acre Bahá’í School in Eliot, Maine, circumstances permitting.