Calendar of Events

Upcoming Holy Days

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Day of The Covenant

7:00 PM

The Ascension of Abdu’l-Baha

November 28 1:00 AM – Zoom

Releasing the society-building power of the Faith

Prayers in the Park return to Zoom for the cold months

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  • Children’s Classes – 
  • Junior Youth Empowerment Program
  • Ruhi Study Circles ~ via Zoom
  • DEVOTIONAL MEETINGS – Zoom gatherings
  • Firesides – Small gatherings could be at a central location providing physical distancing for health & safety – masks required at inside gatherings.

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    Or –

  • The Call to Unite: Intro to the Baha’i Faith
    Sunday, April 11, 2021, 5 pm PST/8 pm EST
    This is a time of global devastation–and renewal. How can we heal the grievous wounds of racism and injustice? What are Baha’is doing to put their beliefs into action? Explore how you can be part of the healing with Cynthia Barnes-Slater.
  • Refresh My Spirit: Songs Inspired by the Baha’i Faith
    Wednesday, April 14, 2021, 5 pm PST/8 pm EST
    Join us for a refreshing evening of music & spirit with Brett Smith, a Toronto-based musician of the band Smith & Dragoman. Brett will share songs inspired by the Baha’i Writings and offer an intro to the Baha’i Faith.

due to the covid19 virus, large events & Holy Days will be broadcast as an electronic/remote event ~ call to receive a Zoom login-invitation


We must accelerate our efforts to remove the stains of prejudice and injustice from the fabric of our society.

9 pointed progressive revelation

The Baha’i year consists of 19 months of 19 days each (361 days), with the addition of “Intercalary Days” (four in ordinary and five in leap years) between the eighteenth and nineteenth months to adjust the calendar to the solar year. The months are named after the attributes of God.

The Baha’i New Year coincides with the March equinox (March 21). The Baha’i Era commenced with the year of the Bab’s declaration (1844 A.D.). Each Baha’i community holds a Nineteen Day Feast on the first day of each Baha’i month. The Feast has spiritual, administrative and social functions and is the principal gathering of Baha’is of a particular locality. Because the Baha’i day lasts from sunset to sunset, the Nineteen Day Feast is generally held in the evening on the day before the first day of the Baha’i month according to the Gregorian calendar.

 The Baha’i Faith has two Founders – the Bab and Baha’u’llah — whose missions complement each other, whose majestic Shrines now stand in the twin cities of Haifa and Akka in northern Israel, and whose birthdays according to the Islamic lunar calendar fell on consecutive days, but according to the Gregorian calendar were celebrated on October 20 and November 12, respectively. With the implementation of the Badi calendar, these days will now be celebrated as twin holy days, one falling immediately after the other.