Bahá’ís on the northeast Avalon will cap off the most important festival of the year for them on Thursday. They will gather at the Network Cafe, 6 East Drive, to celebrate the 12th Day of Ridvan, the final day of a festival that commemorates a pivotal event in their history. It was in the Garden […]
The 2018 Soul Food inspirational series will end with a focus on unity and human rights on Saturday, Nov. 24. This month’s theme title – Songs of Hope – reflects an sense of optimism for the future of humanity. The event also commemorates 70 years of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which was adopted […]
The Bahá’is of St. John’s of St. John’s will celebrate the Birth of Bahá’u’lláh holy day this coming Saturday, Nov. 10, beginning at 2 p.m. at the Network Cafe, which is located at 6 East Drive in Pleasantville. All are welcome. Who is Bahá’u’lláh? Bahá’u’lláh was born into a wealthy, powerful family in Persia in the […]
The Bahá’is of St. John’s welcome the public to join them to celebrate the birth of the Forerunner of their Faith – The Báb – at 7:30 p.m. this Thursday, Nov. 8, at the Landing, University Centre, 1 Arctic Avenue. The celebration of the birth of The Báb will draw heavily upon the arts – film, storytelling […]
“The world of humanity has two wings—one is women and the other men. Not until both wings are equally developed can the bird fly. Should one wing remain weak, flight is impossible.” In the spirit of these words, we invite you to the next in our series of Soul Food inspirational events: Two Wings.
Soul Food returns to the Landing on Sept. 30 with an exploration of the power of words, speech and sound, and how their inspired usage can touch and transform the human soul. We’re excited this month to welcome guest performer Kathy Stock, who uses her own lyrics to inspire.
This month’s Soul Food will focus on oneness in all its forms – between humankind and nature, between us and our creator, and between one another.
Soul Food returns this month with a focus on the environment. Join us at 2 p.m. Sunday, July 29, at the Bannerman Park Pavilion for music, poetry, conversation and words of wisdom.