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.
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.
Join Green Acre as we partner with the Bahá’í Publishing Trust for Conversations of the Heart, an online opportunity to hear from insightful Bahá’í authors about a range of topics from issues of the day to Bahá’í history. This month we’re honored to bring you the co-authors of the upcoming book Anchor of Faith: The Enduring Spirit of the Black Men’s Gathering.
Please join us for the February 14 meeting of the Racial Justice and Unity Forum which will give an overview of the Wilmette Institute Course: Anti-Black Racism in the U.S. and Building a Unified Society.
The Sunday Coffee and Teatime, held on the first Sunday of each month, is part of the on-going effort to engage pioneers. Here is how one participant reacted to the first gathering, “I felt supported and loved, like I was a part of Bahá’u’lláh’s organized effort to save this planet.”
Solutions to our nation’s ills are essentially spiritual in nature. Join us for an interactive webinar on December 5th at 7:00 PM EST with the producers of the film, Luminous Journey: `Abdu’l-Bahá in America, 1912, as they talk about the Bahá’í Faith and the visit of `Abdu’l-Bahá to many places in the United States — including Cleveland, Ohio.
All are welcome: Bahá’ís, Friends of the Faith, Families, Children, Junior Youth, Youth, Adults
Cindi Bush, member of the school committee, writes:
The following powerful exhortation from “Abdu’l-Bahá stirs me. I am so glad that I get to serve on the Indiana Bahá’í Summer School Committee this year. It offers me a chance to be of service. The entire committee is very excited about the format this year! The school is virtual again this year, on Zoom.