About 90 people gathered on Signal Hill on Nov. 2 to celebrate the Bicentenary of the Birth of the Báb through music, poetry, dance, paintings and even quilts. The arts were central to a worldwide celebration of the Bicentenary.
Bahá’ís in St. John’s are planning a celebration – and you’re invited. Join us at the Signal Hill campus of Memorial University on Nov. 2 to mark the bicentennial of the Birth of the Báb.
This week will be a joyous one for the Bahá’is of the northeast Avalon as they celebrate the birth of Bahá’u’lláh and the birth of The Báb.
On Tuesday, Bahá’ís will commemorate the martyrdom of the Báb, a Messenger of God whom they regard as the Herald of their Faith.
The Bahá’ís of St. John’s invite people of all faiths and philosophies to attend this special gathering 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Sunday,June 24, at the Landing, Memorial University Centre, 1 Arctic Avenue. Well-known local jazz musicians Greg Bruce and Wade Tarling will be the featured artists.
The St. John’s Bahá’í community will celebrate its most joyous festival of the year with two public events at the Network Café on Saturday, March 21, and Sunday, March 29. All are welcome!
UN prosecutor and legal scholar Payam Akhavan recently shared his passion for human rights at a lecture in St. John’s. It was part of a series of lectures to be broadcast on the CBC Radio show Ideas this week, November 6 – 10.
A bicentennial event at the Rooms on Oct. 21 not only celebrated the life of Bahá’u’lláh but also echoed His call to peace, justice and unity.