What We Believe

Study circles can take place in an setting.

Bahá’í teachings about the oneness of mankind, the abolition of prejudice, the equality of men and women, the importance of justice, a dedication to service and the requirement of kindness, generosity of spirit and devotion to God have little meaning if they are not developed and demonstrated in the laboratory of everyday life.

The Huntsville Bahá’ís are a community endeavoring, individually and collectively, to develop those spiritual attributes identified by Bahá’u’lláh and the great spiritual Teachers of the past.

Core beliefs

The central theme of Bahá’u’lláh’s message is that humanity is one single race and that the day has come for humanity’s unification into one global society.  Bahá’ís believe in:

The Huntsville Bahá’í Community provides many opportunities for the development of spiritual characteristics as it gathers on a regular basis to consult about community matters, celebrate holy days, deepen the spiritual understanding of its members, worship and good, old-fashioned fellowship. Study circles, devotional gatherings and children’s classes are among the core activities.

As well as gatherings of the whole community, there are associations for children, junior youth, business people, young professionals and students, among others.

There are a number of activities that you are welcome to join found throughout the site. Should you have any questions about activities, please don’t hesitate to contact us.