In accordance to Bahá'í Writings, "All human beings have been created to carry forward an ever-advancing civilization." The creation of a peaceful global society that fosters both individual and collective well-being is at the heart of the Bahá'í vision of the future. Within the framework of a growing community concerned with moral and spiritual transformation, social and economic development, is one expression of the Bahá'í commitment to realising this vision. Therefore, Bahá'í efforts generally take the form of grassroots community building initiatives carried out by small groups of individuals in the areas in which they reside implemented through a universally agreed framework. The Bahá’í teachings emphasize that all of us, as creations of one God, are part of one human family.
Bahá’u’lláh, founder of the Bahá’í Faith said, “The tabernacle of unity hath been raised; regard ye not one another as strangers. Ye are the fruits of one tree, and the leaves of one branch.” People of nearly every background, in every nation, have become Bahá’ís.
Children are a community’s most precious treasure. The Solihull community offers regular classes for children between the ages of 5 and 10 to help them develop moral qualities. These events are held in Solihull. We take care of all the organisation and facilitation of these precious educational events.
Gatherings are for people from all background, beliefs and ideas. Friends come together for a few hours in a friendly and cordial environment engaging in meaningful and uplifting conversations. Each month is on a different theme such as 'What is the purpose of life', 'Service to humanity', 'Unity in humanity' etc.
The community and their neighbours from - all walks of life - get together to engage in developing knowledge, skills and spiritual insights through study groups on various topics. The participants learn to act effectively and serve the needs of our society. We run ongoing study groups on demand.
These occasions help youth of around 12-15 years old, to recognise the ethical issues underlying everyday decisions and the moral implications of their actions so that as they mature, they realise their importance in society. These groups engage in intellectual study, artistic activities, sports, music, culture and service projects.