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Children are invited to attend classes that nurture their tender minds and hearts by teaching them to identify and practice in their lives universal values like honesty, kindness, humility, and compassion. Lessons consist of thematic quotations, songs, games, stories, and creative activities.

Young people (ages 11–14) are invited to participate in a program that encourages meaningful conversations and positive social action. Junior youth improve their powers of expression and literacy skills, enrich community life, and strengthen their moral frameworks, all while forming bonds of true friendship.

All are welcome at devotional gatherings, which are meditative and prayerful meetings frequently held in homes. At a devotional gathering, you can expect to enter a warm and tranquil atmosphere, hear and read the Word of God from the Bahá’í writings and other holy texts, share uplifting conversations with new friends, and enjoy moments of reflection and peacefulness.

You are invited to learn more about the Bahá’í Faith, its texts, and its practices and principles, in a friendly and thoughtful atmosphere, by participating in a study group near you. The first study text, Reflections on the Life of the Spirit, raises topics such as the individual’s relationship with the Word of God, prayer, and life after death. Participants are presented with opportunities to enrich their lives and serve their communities.


The 2014 Lower Mainland Youth Conference will be held at Simon Fraser University main campus in Burnaby from August 8-10.   Pre-registration will start on Thursday, August 7th between 6:00-9:00 pm To register for the conference, please visit:  http://conf2014.ca Youth younger than 19 years old are asked to email in their program waivers to the conference registrar Ms. Atusa Partovi at: atusa@yahoo.com Parking is available in Lot B or C. The daily rate is $Read More....
Minister Kenney, Deloria Bighorn and Susanne Tamás of the National Spiritual Assembly, and Vancouver Baha'is. © Anthony Jjumba
Vancouver, British Columbia, 29 June 2012 (CBNS) — Jason Kenney, Canada’s Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism, visited the Vancouver Baha’i Centre on Tuesday 26 June. He met with National Spiritual Assembly members Deloria Bighorn, Chair of the National Assembly, and Susanne Tamás, Director of Governmental Relations and members of Vancouver area Baha’i communities. Susan and Nabih Ardekany of Vancouver met the Minister and introduced Read More....