We are one
We believe it’s time for humanity to come together as one family, to create a world where everyone can thrive.
Newly dedicated statue honors Furman’s first Black student
By Francisco Rendon When Furman University unveiled a bronze statue of Joseph Vaughn, its first Black student, it did more than celebrate one student, said Ed Good, chair of the university’s Board of Trustees. “It represents a turning point in civil rights and racial justice for Furman, for Greenville, the upstate and South Carolina,” he […]Read The Story
The spiritual teachings of the Bahá’í Faith inspire us to form deep and diverse relationships and build communities that nurture the well-being of all.
We all have a part to play in shaping a bright future.
“My first counsel is this: possess a pure, kindly, and radiant heart... ”
“The best beloved of all things in My sight is Justice...”
“So powerful is the light of unity that it can illuminate the whole earth.”
Great Import of The Indigenous Population
Impressions on ‘Abdu’l-Baha Great Import of The Indigenous Population Source: Compilation on the Indians of the Western Hemisphere, compiled by Littlebrave Beaston. “The original population of the United States was very dear to ‘Abdu’l-Baha’s heart, and He foretold for the Indians a great future if they accepted and became enlightened by the Teachings of Baha’u’llah. […]
Speak No Ill
Virtues | Mindfulness Speak No Ill Source: – Selections From the Writings of `Abdu’l-Baha ’Abdu’l-Baha spoke about the harmfulness of backbiting: O beloved of the Lord! If any soul speak ill of an absent one, the only result will clearly be this: he will dampen the zeal of the friends and tend to make them […]
(April 20, 2021 to 2022)
A YEAR OF REMEMBERING ‘ABDU’L-BAHÁ
A year for profound reflection on the life of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá and the strength of the Covenant of which He was the Centre, as the community prepares to commemorate the centenary of His Ascension.
—The Universal House of Justice
Bahá’í House of Worship
A symbol of the oneness of humanity
This national landmark in Wilmette, Illinois, is open to all regardless of background or belief for personal prayer, reflection and meditation.
You're invited to participate
A global community built on local connections
Most Bahá’í community activities—prayer gatherings, study groups, activities for children and teens—are open to all and take place in homes and community centers across the United States.
Find local activities
Visit our events calendar for other opportunities to engage: meet Bahá’ís through a video chat, take an online course, or attend a conference or retreat center.