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Serving the Community

Belief & Faith in Action

Bahá’ís are encouraged to volunteer their time for the service of their community, and among the ways they do so is by selflessly providing the space and opportunity for their community members to participate and benefit from the the community-building activities described below, aimed towards building a spiritually and materially prosperous civilization.

Kids Reading Outdoor
Spiritual Education of Children

Children’s weekly spiritual education classes seek to develop in them virtues such as trustworthiness, honesty, and justice in order to develop a sense of purpose and enable the

5-11 age groups to have a good foundation for achieving excellence in all aspects of life – material, intellectual, and spiritual.

Team activities
Junior Youth Spiritual Empowerment Program

The junior youth empowerment program aims to provide youngsters (ages 12-14) with a profound understanding of their own potential, develops their language and powers of expression, helps build their capacity to make positive decisions, aids in their comprehension and critical thinking, and enables them to plan and execute service projects in their communities.

Devotional gathering


Devotional Gatherings are hosted in Bahá’í homes in Port Moody and are open for the community at large. The heart of a Devotional Gathering is the sharing of passages from the world's Holy Scriptures and are a chance for us to create an uplifting atmosphere and clear our minds of the anxieties of our daily lives.

Devotional Gatherings
Study circle
Study Circles for Adults

The purpose of Bahá’í Study Circles is to provide participants with the knowledge, spiritual insights and skills to enable them to contribute to the betterment of society, starting with their own neighbourhood. This is done through systematic study of a sequence of courses based on the Bahá’í Writings using the courses of the Ruhi Institute.

Friends on the Bench
Meaningful Conversations

Meaningful conversations are held virtually, in the homes of community members, and public spaces to enable community members to speak about matters of importance to them, such as education of children, equal rights, truthfulness, and other topics that might interest different groups.

Fireside gatherings for Adults

‘Independent investigation of truth’ is the foremost principle of the Bahá’í Faith. The Bahá’í Community of Port Moody holds ongoing fireside gatherings on a variety of subject matter relating to society, science, religion and open sessions for Q&A regarding the Bahá’í Faith, which are open to the public.

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