Bahá’í youth ages 15–25 are invited December 20–27, 2023 to the Louhelen Bahá’í Center of Learning, for a Bahá’í Youth Institute Camp, for an intensive study of materials from the Ruhi Institute, books 1-4 and 6. Register by December 15.
Expand participation in events via Hybrid Zoom Meetings. While in-person meetings are preferred, the Hybrid model gives isolated people access to 19 Day Feasts, Children and Youth Classes, Study Circles, and much more.
Here are some ways to set up a basic Hybrid Meeting.
This long-awaited gathering of hearts was held at the beloved Louhelen Bahá’í Center of Learning, in Davison, Michigan in July. It offered an opportunity to reconnect with old friends and make new ones over meals, during indoor and outdoor activities and walks around the scenic grounds.
The Regional Training Institute shares significant updates to policies related to working with minors, based on learning over the last six years. People over 18 need a background check to work with minors, and if they transport minors, an additional clearance. See inside for links to update your status.
A unique online collection by the Bahá’í International Community makes available more than 10,000 materials on incidents of Bahá’í persecution in Iran.
Save the Dates: The Midwest Bahá’í School will be held on July 21-23, 2023 at Louhelen Bahá’í Center of Learning in Davison, Michigan.
Apply by January 8, 2023 to attend June 30 – July 11, 2023.
The National Spiritual Assembly is pleased to share that the Institute for Studies in Global Prosperity (ISGP) is now accepting applications for a graduate seminar, “Discourse and Social Transformation: Achieving Coherence,” to be offered at Louhelen Bahá’í School.
The Wilmette Institute is offering a virtual course, “Anti-Black Racism in the US and Building a Unified Society”. This course will increase your understanding of the history of racism. It examines anti-black racism and racial prejudice in North American society in some of its most serious manifestations.