“Dearly loved Friends, Consider with us. Whenever a divine Educator appears in the world, a Figure Whose teachings will come to shape human thought and action for centuries thereafter—at such a dramatic, seismic moment, what would we expect? The appearance of every such Educator, as recorded in the Sacred Texts of the world’s great faiths, [...]
For updates and all metro-area events, click HERE. Martyrdom of the Báb Commemorations July 10. “Born in Shiraz, a city in southern Iran, on 20 October 1819, the Báb was the symbolic gate between past ages of prophecy and a new age of fulfilment for humanity. His primary purpose was to awaken the people to [...]
For updates and all metro-area events, click HERE. “In the middle of the 19th century—one of the most turbulent periods in the world’s history—a young merchant announced that He was the bearer of a message destined to transform the life of humanity. At a time when His country, Iran, was undergoing widespread moral breakdown, His [...]
The moment that a Divine Prophet declares His mission is the most significant of all those in the history of our planet. One minute there is no Jewish religion, no Christian religion, and the next minute, by the Command of God, there is. The handful of witnesses at that time can not grasp the significance [...]
Baha’is all over the Portland area are celebrating Ayyam-i-Ha from February 26 to March 1. Ayyam-i-Ha, or “Days of Ha” are days of celebration, hospitality, charity and fellowship. Find a celebration near you and come and join us.
For the complete calendar of metro-wide events, click HERE. The Báb was the Divine Founder of the Bábí religion, which prepared tens of thousands of followers for the arrival of Bahá’u’lláh, the Founder of the Bahá’í Faith. On July 9th, the millions of Bahá’ís around the world will solemnly remember the persecution, imprisonment, and killing [...]
In 1863, Bahá’u’lláh first announced His Divine Mission as a Messenger of God during the 12 days He called the days of Paradise (i.e. “Ridván” which is pronounced rezz-von). This event took place in a rose-filled garden full of singing birds, where family and friends stayed in large tents. It was a brief interlude in [...]