An Afternoon of Music and Stories from the Bahá’í Faith

You are warmly invited to attend an afternoon of Music and Stories from the Bahá’í Faith presented by Luke Slott, composer and song-writer from Dublin. This is part of his ‘musical-fireside’ tour of the UK to celebrate the centenary of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá’s travels to the West. After being released from 50 years of exile and imprisonment, ‘Abdu’l-Bahá traveled to the West to share the message of His Father, Bahá’u’lláh, Prophet-Founder of the Bahá’í Faith, that the time had come for the unification of the peoples of the world. This event is also part of the part of the University of Cambridge Festival of Ideas series: Communicating Our Ideas ( Please see our poster. Luke visited us last year and moved our hearts with his soul-stirring melodies. We look forward to having him back and hope that you can join us.

Time and date: 4 pm, Saturday, 22 October 2011
Place: Latimer Room, Clare College, University of Cambridge, Trinity Lane, CB2 1TL

About Luke:
Luke Slott is a composer and songwriter from Dublin. He began playing music at the age of twelve, learning jazz trumpet from his father, and spent several years as lead-singer with Irish rock band Melaton. Over the years, Luke has drawn much inspiration from the history and writings of the Bahá’í Faith and will be giving a special solo performance where he will be playing and sharing the stories behind his songs. For information visit

Welcome to new year!

The Cambridge University Baha’i Society would like to extend a warm welcome to new and returning students. After a successful year of activities last year, we are excited by what we have to offer this year. There will be regular devotional/discussion gatherings to draw inspiration from the revealed Word of God in the Baha’i Writings and the Writings of other Faiths. Additionally, we have invited Baha’i scholars and professionals to speak about and share insights into elements of the Baha’i Faith from creating a new world civilization to walking the spiritual path to the relationship between science and religion. Please see our term card for details of our activities. We look forward to meeting you!

2011 Term Card front

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