The Bahá’í Faith is a world religion whose aim is the unity of mankind. Bahá’ís are followers of Bahá’u’lláh, who they regard as the most recent in a divine succession of messengers of God, including Abraham, Jesus, Moses, Muhammad, the Buddha, Krishna, and Zoroaster. Bahá’ís believe in one God, the oneness of religion, and the oneness of mankind. A worldwide community of over five million Bahá’ís strive to make this oneness a reality.
The Bahá’í Campus association is open to everyone, from all faiths and all walks of life. We hold weekly devotional gatherings on Tuesday nights at 7:30 in the basement of the Sustainability House, serving as a time when people from diverse backgrounds can come together and share what uplifts their spirits, whether that be prayer, poetry, song, mediation, holy writings, or art.
The Junior Youth Spiritual Empowerment Program is also a part of the Bahá’í Campus Association. This program works with middle school students, seeing them as protagonists of change who possess the spiritual perception to serve their communities. Currently, we work with recent Bhutanese refugees from the city, sharing with them stories on moral issues, promoting the arts, and guiding them to create their own service projects in their communities.
Professor advises the Bahá’í Campus Association. If you’d like to get involved with any aspect of this organization, please contact Liza Munk, at . The website for the Bahá’í International Community is www.bahai.org.