Bahá’í Houses of Worship

As gathering places for prayer and meditation, Bahá’í Houses of Worship are buildings that most closely approximate the place of the church, the temple or the mosque in other religions. Baha’i Houses of Worship reflects the spiritual truths of the Baha’i Faith: the oneness of God, the oneness of humanity and the oneness of religion. Yet they are also something more.
As envisioned by Bahá’u’lláh, local Houses of Worship will someday be the focal point for a community’s spiritual life–and an expression of its humanitarian concern.
Currently, most Bahá’í meetings occur in local Bahá’í centres, individuals’ homes, or rented facilities. The Regina Bahá’í community has a centre at 2900 15th Ave.

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