Bahá’í Selected Links

Resources from pluralism.org

239 Days in America
A social media documentary tracing the history of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá’s brief time in the United States.
www.239days.com

Bahá’í Communities: United States
A directory of Bahá’í communities in the United States, maintained by the Official Website of the Bahá’ís of the United States.
www.find.bahai.us/

Bahá’í Distribution Service
The official literature arm of the Bahá’í faith in the United States: distributes books, music, videos, DVDs and software.
www.bahaibookstore.com

The Bahá’í Faith
The official website of the Bahá’ís of the United States.
www.bahai.us

Bahá’í-Faith.org
Introduces the Bahá’í faith “in the words of its ProphetA prophet is one who communicates a divine message or vision, sometimes calling people to repentance or awakening, sometimes predicting future events. Jews, Christians, and Muslims all look to Hebrew prophets, including Abraham and Moses. Muslims believe ... Founder.”
www.bahai-faith.org

The Bahá’í House of Worship of North America
A site commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Bahá’í House of Worship of North America in Wilmette, Illinois.
www.bahaitemple.org

Bahá’í International Community: United Nations Office – Statement Library
Offers reports on Bahá’í contributions to U.N. proceedings; statements are searchable by language.
www.bic.org/statements-and-reports/statements

Bahá’í Reference Library
An agency of the Bahá’í International Community, this site provides electronic access to selected writings of the Bahá’í Faith in the ArabicClassical Arabic is the language of revelation in Islam as recorded in the Qur’an. Muslims consider every word of the Qur’an to be a direct utterance of God. The Arabic language itself is regarded as perfectly suited as the instrument for God’s comm..., English and Persian languages.
reference.bahai.org/en/

Bahá’í World News Service
A news service of the Bahá’í International Community.
www.bahaiworldnews.org

The Bahá’ís
The international site of the Bahá’í Faith, including a list of official Bahá’í sites.
www.bahai.org

Bahaiyouth.com
An online community for Bahá’í youth, produced by the Youth Desk of the National Spiritual AssemblyThe spiritual assembly is the basic organizational structure of the Bahá’í Faith. Local spiritual assemblies may be formed anywhere that nine or more Bahá’ís live, and national spiritual assemblies are created at the national or regions level when... of Bahá’ís of the United States.
www.bahaiyouth.com (requires login)

Bosch Bahá’í School
One of five permanent schools for Bahá’í ­ learning in the U.S., located in Santa Cruz, California.
www.bosch.org

Green Acre Bahá’í School
One of three major conference centers of the Bahá’í community of the United States, located in Eliot, Maine.
www.greenacre.org

Louhelen Bahá’í School
An education and conference center established in 1931 in Davison, Michigan.
www.louhelen.org

Native AmericanEach of the many Native American nations has its own distinctive life-ways, although there are some widely-shared characteristics. most Native life-ways are primarily transmitted through oral traditions; they are oriented toward living in relation to a sp... Bahá’í Institute
A regional training institute located on a 40-acre campus in the Navajo Nation.
www.nativeamericanbi.org

One Country
The online newsletter of the Bahá’í International Community.
www.onecountry.org

Wilmette Institute
An online Bahá’í learning center “offering academic, professional, and service-oriented programs.”
www.wilmetteinstitute.org