The Bahá’í Community of Sri Lanka

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The Bahá’í Community of Sri LankaThe Bahá’í Community of Sri Lanka, together with their neighbors and friends are working together to achieve social transformation, which brings spiritual and material requirements of life into dynamic coherence….

Who are we

The Bahá'í Faith was first established in Sri Lanka in the 1950s. Since that time, Baha’is hail from every background-from the vibrant city of Colombo to the coast line of Negombo, through the historical city of Kandy into the tea capital of the central province all the way to the northern peninsula. Regardless of their cast, creed and ethnicity, Baha’is open their homes to gatherings for collective worship, for junior youth spiritual empowerment programs, for classes for the spiritual education of children and for participants to enrich their lives in interactive study classes. All this pave the way for the betterment of Sri Lanka, characterized by Unity, Justice and Devotion for the common good.

The Baha’i Community of Sri Lanka, together with their neighbors and friends are working together to achieve social transformation, which brings spiritual and material requirements of life into dynamic coherence. In addition, we believe as Baha’is that true prosperity is advance when we equip the Country’s masses with capacity building, spiritual maturity and spiritual insights in order to build a world based on the oneness of Mankind.

What's Baha'i do

Inspired by the teachings of Baha'u'llah, Baha'is follow a systematic pattern of human resource development in a seamless fashion, building capacities of individuals from different age groups and different walks of life to enable them to lead a life of service to society. The experiences and learning of the Baha'is of Sri Lanka, credence to the fact that human beings are born noble and that it is the word of God which is endowed with that regenerative power- understanding of which helps one to engage in an enduring path of spiritual and social transformation.

The activities that drive this process are:

  • ◆ Meetings that strengthen the devotional character of the community;
  • ◆ Classes that nurture the tender hearts and minds of children;
  • ◆ Groups that channel the surging energies of junior youth;
  • ◆ Circle of study, open to all, that enable people of varied backgrounds to advance on equal footing and explore the application of the teachings to their individual and collective lives.

“It is not for him to pride himself who loveth his own country, but rather for him who loveth the whole world. The earth is but one country, and mankind its citizens.”

The Baha’is believes

The Baha’is believes in the ONENESS OF THE HUMAN FAMILY, which calls on us to eliminate all form of prejudice whether based on race, religion, or gender from our relationships.

https://www.bahai.lk/