Beaverton Bahá’í Center
5355 SW Murray Blvd
Beaverton, OR 97005
(located between Farmington Road and Allen Blvd)
Trimet bus route # 62, stop ID #4062
History of the Beaverton Bahá’í Center The Beaverton Bahá’í Center was built in 2005 and opened in 2006. We have Inter-Faith Devotions every Sunday morning starting at 9:30 a.m. All are welcome! After devotions, there is time for coffee and visiting. We have a lending library that everyone is free to use. We also have various study circles for everyone interested in learning more about our Faith. Devotional programs may be read here.
The Bahá’ís of Beaverton Oregon invite you to explore with us the life-affirming teachings of the Bahá’í Faith, the second most wide-spread religion on earth. Come join us at one of the many family-friendly activities listed on the Beaverton Activities tab. You are welcome to come to our events at any time and many times.
The Baha’i Community initiates and organizes many neighborhood activities all over the world. The goals of these activities are to:
Spiritualize and unify neighborhood communities.
Provide spiritually and morally uplifting activities for junior youth (aged about 12-14) and older youth in contrast to the negative activities promoted by our media.
Provide local childrens’ classes to promote a spiritual and positive outlook.
Provide local gathering points for interfaith prayers and discussions.
Provide classes on how to empower ourselves to improve the life of our neighborhoods.
The Baha’i Faith has no clergy so these activities are carried out by individuals who sometimes are members of the Baha’i Community and often are not. There are many of these activities in Beaverton and in the Washington County area. If you would like to be involved in these activities or would like to introduce children and youth to some spiritual and positive alternatives then you can contact the Beaverton Baha’i Community by clicking http://beavertonbahai.org/contact and under Category choosing “Request information about neighborhood activities.”