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Declaration of the Bab

  • In 1844, Siyyid Ali-Muhammad (known by His title, the Bab, which means "the Gate") announced that He was the bearer of a Divine Revelation whose aim was to prepare the world for a Messenger of God--Baha'u'llah. The anniversary of that declaration is celebrated by Baha'is and their friends all over the world.
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Highlighting Australia

Gold Coast Junior Youth Day

“Where There Is Love” by Poppy & Todd

Mind & Soul Matters: What Is a Spiritual Education Curriculum?

“O God, Guide Me” by Layla

A Multicultural Celebration for Harmony Day

The Story of Ridvan – A Children’s Class Production

“O Son of Dust” by Timmi

Monthly Reflection: Jamal – On Expressions of Beauty in the Life of Effie Baker

The Adventures of Effie Baker

“Whoso Hath Recognised Me” by Nabil and Felix

Building Unity, Connection & Friendship at Mt Druitt JY Camp

The Paramount Project: Devotional Songs for Community Singing

“Coral and Pearls” by Shabnam & Dom

Mind & Soul Matters: Meditation Exercise | Mindfulness of the Breath

Youth Working Together to Support Those Experiencing Homelessness

“Seedlings” by the Friends in Adelaide

“Tu es ma lampe (Thou Art My Lamp)”

Stories of the Master – A New Podcast Series

“Healing Prayer” by Danial, Sahba, Hugo & Artin

Uniting a Community Through a Joyous Family Festival – Armadale, Western Australia

‘Unity, Justice and True Reconciliation with First Nations Peoples’ with Dr Penny Taylor

Ya Baha’u’l-Abha (O Thou Glory of Glories) – Music by Alan Manifold

“Our Story is One” Commemorative Event in Melville, Western Australia

“Intone” by Alice & Oscar

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