The Baha’i Faith was founded by two Divine Educators, the Bab and Baha’u’llah. Both lived during the 19th century in Persia, in a time of great turmoil.
The Bab, whose name means the Gate, encouraged all to seek spiritual truth with independent hearts, by removing attachment to superstition and reliance on clergy.
Baha’u’llah, whose name means the Glory of God, envisioned a future where all of humanity operates as one family. His teachings help us create more harmonious relationships between women and men, black and white, rich and poor, East and West, friend and stranger.
Due to COVID-19, though some meetings are being held at the Baton Rouge Baha'i Center, all activities are being held on ZOOM. See Calendar to see which meetings are being held at the Center. Stay Safe.