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Bahá’í activities for adults, youth and children are open to all. Everyone is welcome and invited to join us in learning to
bring a vision of the Oneness of Humanity into reality.
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Longmont, Colorado Baha'i Community
Some of the food at the Naw-Ruz Gathering 2016
What to Expect:
Are you interested in meeting the Baha'is of Longmont or learning about the Baha'i Faith? Come and join us for Firesides, Devotionals, or join a "Study Circle".
- What should I bring?
Bring yourself, and your interest. You will be greeted with loving-kindness openness, and willingness to share.
- Will I be asked to donate?
No: Only Members of the Baha'i Faith are allowed to contribute to the Baha'i Fund, so there is no pressure or expectation of monitary contribution.
- Will I be pressured to join if I only want to explore?
You will not be pressured to join. You will be provided with a warm, inspirational learning environment where questions will be answered from the Baha'i Writings.
- How should I dress?
Due to the Baha'i encouragement of modesty, Business Casual is a good target for attire.
- Will there be prayers?
Yes, Baha'is read prayers written by the Central Figures of the Baha'i Faith.
- Will there be refreshments?
The host of the gathering may serve refreshments, but there will be no alcohol, and smoking during the gathering is not permitted.
- Are there things I should not do?
Baha'is believe in the "Oneness of Religion", therefore, speaking ill of other religions is not considered acceptible.
In all types of settings, Bahá’ís are learning how to foster gatherings for friends and neighbors to unite in prayer and explore how to draw from spiritual forces like love, service and an attraction to beauty that provide meaning to our individual and collective lives; how to tend to the spiritual aspirations of children and make their education central to community and family life; how youth and young people, whether Bahá’í or not, can be given particular assistance in navigating crucial stages of their lives, to carry out acts of service and help their communities progress spiritually and materially. Women and men, young and old alike, are invited to wholeheartedly participate.
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