In addition to a range of meetings and annual celebrations, Bahá’í communities around the world provide spaces and training opportunities for people of all ages to come together to read, study and reflect upon their spiritual nature.  These activities are open to all people.

Devotional Gatherings - Devotional gatherings allow
individuals to carry out collective worship in diverse settings, uniting with others in prayer, awakening spiritual susceptibilities, and shaping a pattern of life distinguished for its devotional character.

Study Circles - Circles of study, open to all, enable people of varied backgrounds to advance on an equal footing and explore the application of the Bahá'í teachings to their lives and to the betterment of their communities.  The participants learn to see themselves as protagonists in their constant effort to apply knowledge to effect individual and collective transformation.

Children’s Classes - Tending to the needs of the children in a neighbourhood, these classes offer children lessons that develop their spiritual faculties and lay the foundation of a noble and upright character.  They help children learn to think, reflect and apply spiritual principles in their lives and society.

Junior Youth Empowerment Programmes - The programme assists junior youth to navigate through a crucial stage of their lives and to become empowered to direct their energies towards the advancement of civilization. Junior youth groups help their participants to form a strong moral identity in their early adolescent years and to contribute to the well-being of their communities.

"... the peoples of the world, of whatever race or religion, derive their inspiration
from one heavenly Source, and are the subjects of one God."

- Bahá’u’lláh