The gathering sound: Weaving a tapestry of sacred text, invocations, and poetry from the world’s spiritual traditions, this musical odyssey celebrates humanity’s inter-connectedness.
A concert with Richard Leigh and friends.
3pm – 4pm, Saturday 25 October
Michaelhouse Centre, Trinity Lane, Cambridge CB2 1SU
Organised by the Cambridge University Bahá’í Society as part of the Multifaith Series. Free and open to all. Tickets can be booked here
You are warmly invited to a community celebration of the Birth of Bahá’u’lláh, who is the Prophet-Founder of the Bahá’í Faith. This event is one of the most important Holy Days in the Bahá’í calendar, to which everyone is warmly invited to attend.
The event will take place in the Upper Hall at St. Paul’s Centre, Hills Road, on the 16th of November at 5:30 pm (immediately following Soul Food). The program will include prayers, readings, and musical performances, and will be followed by refreshments, finger food, and celebration!
The next Soul Food event will be Saturday, 16 November 2013, on the theme “The Light Within.” Immediately following the program will be a celebration for the Birth of Bahá’u’lláh, one of the most important Holy Days in the Bahá’í calendar, to which everyone is warmly invited.
Latimer Room, Old Court
Trinity Lane, Cambridge, CB2 1TL
Soul Food is a community devotional event held monthly in Cambridge and open to all. It provides an occasion to be inspired and reflect on uplifting themes. Our programs feature live music, audio-visual pieces, and readings from various authors, sources and Faiths—indigenous, ancient and modern—from all over the world.
Soul Food’s purpose is to inspire us to transform our lives, our neighbourhoods and communities, with actions that promote the unity and betterment of society.
You can download the flyer, join the Facebook event, and like our Facebook page.
Do you often wonder what you can do to make the world a better place?
What skills do you need to serve your community more effectively?
What are the roles of spiritual qualities such as justice, kindness, and unity in daily life?
What is prayer? What role does it play?
Do we have a spiritual purpose?
Explore these questions and many more in a study circle, formed by participants from any religion or background who meet regularly in an uplifting, spiritually empowering environment to help make the world a better place. You are invited to join us in studying Reflections on the Life of the Spirit, the first book in a sequence based on excerpts from the Bahá’í Writings, which empowers each of us to walk our own path of service.
Download the flyer for more information and to share with others. You can also visit http://cambridgebahais.org.uk/activities/study-circles/.
I will be hosting regular fortnightly, i.e. every two weeks, discussion evenings at my place on Fridays, 8 pm, followed by refreshments. These are open to all and are meant to provide a regular space to learn more about the teachings and principles of the Baha’i Faith and how they relate to current issues in the world. The format will be a short presentation on a topic followed by open discussion. The first one will be this Friday on a general introduction to the Faith. Here is a list of future fireside topics which is subject to change. Let me know if you’d like to propose a topic or have a particular question(s).