Latest letters to the Bahá’ís of Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana
Members of Local Spiritual Assemblies are eligible to vote annually for the Regional Bahá’í Council.
The Universal House of Justice, in discussing service on Bahá’í institutions, notes both the “tremendous privilege” and the “responsibility” such service entails. For every Local Spiritual Assembly, “a channel through which the spirit of the Cause flows,” participation in the annual casting of ballots for its respective Regional Bahá’í Council must surely rank among the weightiest of its responsibilities.
Dear Friends, The COVID-19 Learning Group which has been established by the Regional Bahá’í Council of the Midwest offers the following for members of the community who are engaged in community activities involving face-to-face contact under current conditions. Any updates or changes will be reflected on our website. The purpose of the COVID-19 learning groupContinue reading “COVID-19 Safety Guidelines for Bahá’í Community Activities”
The National Spiritual Assembly is pleased to invite interested undergraduate students throughout the United States to participate in the first of a series of online gatherings offered by the Institute for Studies in Global Prosperity (ISGP) and taking place in association with the Bosch and Green Acre Bahá’í Schools in Santa Cruz, California, and Eliot, Maine, respectively.
Local Assemblies will be voting for the Regional Baha’i Council in October — this year online voting and paper ballots are both options.
Instructions and guidance are linked.
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