Community Building Activities

Interested in knowing more about the Bahá’í Faith or simply meeting our community? Please join us every Sunday morning from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. There are classes for children and either a presentation by a community member or visitor or a group reflection on some aspect of the Bahá’í Writings. All are welcome! Our place of worship is at 723 E Border St, Arlington, TX 76010.

Bahá’í communities everywhere offer the following activities:

  • Study Circles combine collarative, small-group study with acts of service. The first book in the sequence of ten courses, “Reflections on the Life of the Spirit” concerns prayer, living a moral life and the life to come.
  • Children’s Classes help children to understand virtues such as justice and patience through stories, songs, games, memorizing prayers and the use of crafts.
  • Devotional Gatherings dedicated to prayer typically take place in homes. People of all beliefs, or no belief, are welcome to participate.
  • Junior Youth Groups welcome young people of middle school age (11-14). Assisted by an older “animator”, junior youth groups are aimed at assisting young people to learn about a two-fold moral purpose: to develop one’s inherent potentialities and to contribute to the transformation of society.


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.