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Bahá'ís engage in a variety of community-building activities to strengthen the spiritual capacities of people to engage in meaningful service to their communities.

Children's Classes

children's classes

“Children are the most precious treasure a community can possess, for in them are the promise and guarantee of the future.” — The Universal House of Justice

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Children's Classes for ages 6 – 11 nurture the tender hearts and minds of children through prayers and quotations, stories, songs, games, and art. These classes help draw out spiritual virtues which lay the foundation of a noble and upright character.

Find out more about Children's Classes and listen to songs here

Junior Youth

the junior youth 

spiritual empowerment program

“ young people form a strong moral identity in their early adolescent years and empower them to contribute to the well-being of their communities.” — The Universal House of Justice

Junior Youth Groups are for young people ages 11 to 15 and are designed to provide an environment of mutual support in which they can develop the spiritual perceptions, patterns of thought and behavior that will characterize them throughout their lives.

Read more about the way Bahá'ís think about this stage of life here 



“Prayer and meditation are very important factors in deepening the spiritual life of the individual, but with them must go also action and example... both are essential.” — Shoghi Effendi

Devotional Gatherings are a time to come together in prayer to spiritually refresh ourselves and create bonds of unity and friendship.  These circles, in addition to devotions at regular Bahá'í gatherings, often include music and uplifting prayers and Writings and are open to all.

Find out more about prayer here

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Study Circles

study circles

“The stronger the ties of fellowship and solidarity amongst men, the greater will be the power of constructiveness and accomplishment in all the planes of human activity.” — ‘Abdu’l-Bahá


Study Circles are formed to discuss topics on spiritual matters and strengthen our individual capacities to be of service to our communities. The Ruhi Institute materials allow for reflection of themes such as the power of prayer, life after death and the nature of the soul. Service is associated with each book.

Read more about this program here 


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Informal gatherings in homes to share and discuss the message and teachings of Bahá'u'lláh, the Prophet founder of the Bahá'í Faith.

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Holy Day Gatherings

Opportunities to gather to commemorate the Bahá'í Holy Days throughout the year, often through prayer, music, service and fellowship.


Service Projects

The Hamilton Bahá'í Community supports many of our fellow nonprofit organizations in the MetroWest area including Open Table, Gaining Ground, and several elderly care facilities.

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