|About one woman who joins the Baha’i Faith for the principles of one God, one religion of God, and one human family. She starts a Baha’i history class on the topic of gender equality in her neighborhood.
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Informal introductory discussions about the Baha’i Faith are being hosted in Gladstone, Milwaukie, Happy Valley, and Oak Grove. Everyone is welcomed to these gatherings! Please call for details. Sunday November 2 a unique and valuable hands-on consultation workshop, open to all, will take place at the Portland Baha’i Center. These skills are useful at work, […]Full Story
The Bab is a title meaning “the Gate” and refers to Ali-Muhammad, founder of the Babi Faith in 1844. At that time, Christians were anticipating the return of Christ and Muslims the 12th Imam, and The Bab and Baha’u’llah fulfilled these prophecies. Dialog: Wilsonville – Friday, Oct. 10 – 7 pm: The Life and Writings […]Full Story
The Bab is a title meaning “the Gate” and refers to Ali-Muhammad, founder of the Babi Faith in 1844. At that time, Christians were anticipating the return of Christ, and Muslims the 12th Imam, and The Bab and Baha’u’llah fulfilled these prophecies. “A merchant by profession, he had not received extensive religious training and had […]Full Story
All are warmly welcomed to participate in these activities on the International Day of Peace, Sunday, September 21: Dialog: “Race and Prosperity” In response to the many requests from participants of the last discussion, Ebonee and Li Hua will be hosting another discussion and opportunity to increase our understanding about race in America. Please feel […]Full Story
Here are some of many Baha’i events and activities in the Portland metro area this month. Find the full calendar here. Lake Oswego Baha’i Center Fri. Sept. 5 7:30 PM 16103 Lake Forest Blvd Lake Oswego OR 97035 “Consultation” The process of consultation laid out by Baha’u’llah differs from the debate and negotiation processes that are […]Full Story
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 […]Full Story