Serving the Bahá'ís of Northern Ireland - and the wider community
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The Council meets regularly and organises regional events including summer and winter schools. It also facilitates the regular publication of its newsletter - CommuNIqué. Regular consultations occur with other bodies including the National Assembly of the Bahá'ís of the Republic of Ireland. Many of the responsibilities of the Council are facilitated by bodies such as committees set up for each particular function.
The overriding purpose of the Council is to bring the principles and teachings of the Bahá'í Faith to all the people of Northern Ireland in ways that are non-adversarial but thought provoking, easy to understand yet profound in their effects on the human soul.
Bahá'í communities exist throughout Northern Ireland and carry out a wide range of activities of a devotional or social nature. Many operate courses on social and moral development, discussion groups, and devotional meetings open to all.r. Residential events include the annual Northern Ireland Summer School which attract people from all over Ireland and further afield for gatherings that combine learning, fellowship, and fun.
We warmly invite you to meet Bahá'ís near you to learn more about the Bahá'í Faith and to have conversations about the betterment of your community. To find out how to contact your nearest Bahá'í community check the list of local community websites in Northern Ireland or e-mail us.
You can learn more about the core beliefs of the Bahá'í Faith and also about how someone becomes a Bahá'í HERE.
CommuNIqué, the newsletter of the Bahá'í Community in Northern Ireland, is published regularly. In addition to being distributed in hard copy it is also available on the Web. To access the most recent issue click here