Study Circles

 

Study Circle

Participants in a study circle

 

The betterment of the world can be accomplished through pure and goodly deeds, through commendable and seemly conduct.-  Bahá’u'lláh

Bahá’í community life is characterised by a lifelong emphasis on learning. This often takes place through a systematic study of the Bahá’í Writings in a small group setting, and is referred to as a  study circle.  It is aimed at personal spiritual development and building skills and qualities for service to the community.

The first book in this sequence of courses is called Reflections on the Life of the Spirit.  It aims to develop in participants an understanding of the significance and purpose of life and  how to apply spiritual principles in our daily life, and explores the importance of spiritual  development through prayer and meditation.

Subsequent books offer skills development in service to the community, including children’s education and empowering young people to develop their capacity for a life of service to humanity.

Enrolment is open to everyone.  Study circles are conducted in small groups facilitated by a trained tutor and learning is participatory.   To enrol in a group contact us.