Towards the Oneness of Humanity

London, Ontario has the distinct honour of having had the first Bahá'í in Canada. In 1898, Edith Magee, a youth from London, Ontario learned about the Bahá'í Faith in Chicago, and upon returning home, shared the teachings of Bahá’u’lláh with her family and friends, many of whom embraced it. While the Magee family eventually moved to New York – numerous other individuals in London embraced the teachings of Bahá’u’lláh, and the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of London was formed in 1959. Today, the Bahá'í community of London, Ontario consists of approximately 400 individuals coming from all backgrounds and living across all parts of the city. The Bahá’ís, along with likeminded friends, neighbours and colleagues, are dedicated to working with all peoples to contribute to the spiritual and material progress of society. We welcome you to join us in these endeavours. In neighbourhoods across London - and all over the world – you will find Bahá'ís striving to bring a vision of the oneness of humanity into reality through local service projects, classes for the spiritual empowerment of children and youth, or devotional gatherings to find inspiration. At this time of rapid change, humanity urgently needs a unified vision of the nature and purpose of our lives and of the future of our society.

ABOUT THE BAHÁ’Í FAITH

Local Activities

Bahá’í community life centers on the four core activities. We welcome you to join us. You do not need to be a Bahá’í to attend. To learn more about these activities, please call us (519) 641- 2520

Devotionals

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CHILDREN’S CLASSES

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JUNIOR YOUTH

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STUDY CIRCLES

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