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The Bahá'í Faith has been part of the Sumter community since 2002, with the first Local Spiritual Assembly established on April 21, 2016.
Bahá'u'lláh taught that a just and peaceful global society is now possible. Bahá'ís strive to give expression to the oneness of humanity, a core principal of their faith, by seeking to eliminate racial prejudice, advance the equality of women and men, and build a vibrant spiritual community reflecting the human family in all its diversity.
Founded a little more than a century and a half ago, the Bahá’í Faith is today among the fastest-growing of the world’s religions. With more than five million followers, who reside in virtually every nation on earth, it is the second-most widespread faith, surpassing every religion but Christianity in its geographic reach.
There is a story unfolding. It is a story of humanity’s progress through history, propelled by the teachings of Messengers of God Who have guided humanity through its stages of development, and now to the dawn of its maturity. Two hundred years ago, such a prophetic Figure appeared: Bahá’u’lláh. He brought teachings for this age that represent an end to division and otherness, through which––at long last––the oneness of humankind can be realized. Discover more through accounts of people from diverse nations whose lives have been transformed by the light that Bahá’u’lláh brought to the world.
The Baha'i Study Group meets the second Thursday of every month from 1:30 to 3:30 at the Truman Recreation Center. Topic of discussion varies each month." Everyone is invited to attend.
Have you ever heard about the Baha'i Faith? Maybe and want to learn? The Baha'i Writings have opened people's hearts in every country in the world and are inspiring every-day people from all walks of life to transform their homes, families & neighborhoods into part of a global community. Through the insightful spiritual writings of Baha'ullah, people in every corner of the world are called to noble ideas and principles. If you are interested in one world, we hope you'll come and share your own unique insight.
Learn more about the Baha'i Faith. www.bahai.org
“For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.” Matthew 18:20
These turbulent times can leave us feeling confused, hopeless, stressed. There is much suffering, but also great joy. Join us for a talk about the Baha'i Faith.
Saturday, May 18th at 7:30 PM. At the home of Toni and Ron Renna, 2399 Clearwater Run, The Villages, FL
Bring a friend; email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for directions or more information.
“If a small number of people gather lovingly together, with absolute purity and sanctity, with their hearts free of the world, experiencing the emotions of the Kingdom and the powerful magnetic forces of the Divine, and being at one in their happy fellowship, that gathering will exert its influence over all the earth.” “If the learned and worldly-wise men of this age were to allow mankind to inhale the fragrance of fellowship and love, every understanding heart would apprehend the meaning of true liberty, and discover the secret of undisturbed peace and absolute composure.”
BRASILIA, Brazil — In an extraordinary display of solidarity, 10 members of Brazil’s Chamber of Deputies, representing eight political parties, gathered for a special session of Congress to speak, one after another, about the life and teachings of Baha’u’llah. Held in honor of the bicentenary of the birth of Baha’u’llah, the event—referred to as a Solemn Session—brought together over 350 people from 20 of Brazil’s 27 states. Included among them were representatives of two major indigenous groups, who had come on behalf of their people to honor the historic anniversary. “To immerse oneself in Baha’u’llah’s teachings is to be immersed in the purest of humanity’s contributions to the world,” stated Congresswoman Erika Kokay in her remarks at yesterday morning’s event. “The Baha’i community is, in a very concrete sense, intimately aware of the sufferings of humanity and at the same time of the nobility and beauty of the human condition. It is this beauty that gives us hope for the construction of a just and equal world,” she continued.