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Children’s Classes
Open to all, these classes provide children with a strong basis of spiritual and moral education, designed to develop their capacities and interests.

Study Circles open to all

To build a better world requires an ever-growing pool of people capable of contributing to the accomplishment of the myriad tasks at hand.

A study circle is a small group that meets once or twice a week for a few hours, usually in the home of one of its members, to study the course materials. Anyone aged fifteen or older, whether a Bahá’í or not, is welcome to take part. The group is brought together by a tutor associated with the training institute. Tutors do not hold any special status. They are simply those who are further along in their study of the materials.
Everyone can potentially serve as a tutor on some occasions, while taking part as a member of a study circle on others. All those participating are seen as active agents of their own learning, and tutors strive to create an atmosphere that encourages individuals to assume ownership for the educational process in which they are engaged. A study circle should be a space that leads to the spiritual and moral empowerment of individuals.

Study Circles

Men and women, young and old alike, come to recognise that they have the power in their hands to re-create the world around them.
If you would like to know where you can find a Study Circle close to you, then go to our feedback page and complete the simple form giving us details of your location etc. Please remember to give your email address so that we can get back to you.