The Giant's Causeway, probably NI's most famous sight.

The Bahá'ís in Northern Ireland - Our Faith and Community

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.

The Bahá'í Council for Northern Ireland is the regional representative body and is responsible for NI-wide events including summer and winter schools as well as supporting the activities of local communities . It also facilitates the regular publication of its newsletter - CommuNIqué. In addition to hard copy CommuNIqué is available on the Web.

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 non-adversarial ways, promote the vision that we are all ultimately citizens of our common home, the planet Earth, and to promote the building of communities based on harmonious cooperation rather than opposition and strife. 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

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Would you like to know more about the Bahá’í Faith and its world-wide community?

Make contact with Bahá’ís in your area?

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Banner picture: The Giant's Causeway, Country Antrim.