The Bahá’í Faith began with the mission of two divine messengers, The Báb and Bahá’u’lláh. The Báb was the Herald who prepared the way for the coming of Bahá’u’lláh.
Long-Term Recovery Groups (LTRG) will continue to bring people together to support grassroots recovery efforts and find solutions for some of the major challenges Virgin Islanders continue to face after the disasters.
The Baha’I community will share with its friends and neighbors the significance of Baha'u'llah's life and teachings of unity, with the goal of inspiring the entire community to find ways to work together in service to mankind.
St. Thomas Reformed Church has answered the call and will continue the good work that has been started until the island is fully recovered -- likely a multi-year process.
The Hebrew Congregation of St. Thomas is delighted to announce the arrival of Michael Feshbach as its new rabbi, beginning in July. Rabbi Feshbach comes...
The Baha’is of the Virgin Islands brought in the Baha’i New Year with prayers and festivities on March 19.
Three Virgin Islanders took a trip recently to the Andes Mountains near Santiago, Chile, to attend the dedication of the latest Baha’i House of Worship. They were joined by nearly 5,000 people from 110 different countries.
Fewer and fewer couples are taking the traditional walk down the aisle, but those willing to make the trip can find a lot of support within the church community.
Like a meteorite hurling towards earth, gaining speed as it comes, science is on a collision course with religion. At least, that’s one view. But what Brother Guy Consolmagno sees is more of a merger.