“The Fundamental Purpose of Religion” – Wilsonville

Dr. Janice Cockrell Czerniejewski will speak on this essential topic August 8. Dr. Cockrell became a Baha’i after several years of independent investigation at age 27. She is a physician with a specialty in the pediatric rehabilitation program. You and your guests are warmly welcomed to a lively evening of discussion and fellowship! We hope […]

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July Events

The Bab (a title meaning the Gate) founded the Babi religion, which prepared thousands of spiritual seekers for the coming of Baha’u’llah nineteen years later. The Babi faith spread rapidly throughout Persia, improving the morals of its followers. It unfairly was perceived as a threat to those in power, although it was the fulfillment of […]

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June Events

photo of devotional gatheringHere are just a few of the events in June to which all are warmly invited.  Please join in the conversations and hospitality! Find the full calendar here. Beaverton Every Wednesday 7:00 pm Beaverton Baha’i Center 5355 SW Murray Blvd. Beaverton, OR 97005 503-646-1652 Introductory discussion, also called a “Baha’i fireside.”  We welcome your questions and […]

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Holy Day and Discussion Gatherings

Shrine of the Bab in Haifa, IsraelBaha’is date the beginning of their Faith to 1844, during the evening of May 22.  At that time the young man known as the Bab, which means the Gate, declared to His first follower that a new spiritual cycle had begun.  Many soon began to study the teachings of the Bab, which inspired them to […]

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Celebrate Days of Paradise

Ridvan GardenBaha’u’llah first announced His Divine Mission as a Messenger of God during the 12 days He called the days of paradise (i.e. “Ridvan” which is pronounced rezz-von).  This event took place in a rose-filled garden full of singing birds, where friends stayed in large tents.  It was a brief interlude in the 40 years of […]

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Baha’i New Year Celebrations!

Baha'i gardens on Mt. CarmelAll are invited to join the Baha’i community in celebrating the beginning of a new year!  The start of Baha’i calendar year 171 is at sunset March 20.  This is the conclusion of 19 days of fasting for Baha’is, a time of spiritual reflection and renewal in preparation for the new year. Beaverton March 20 […]

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