At the Liverpool Baha'i Centre
Members of Liverpool Community Spirit Youth Council visited the Liverpool Baha’i Centre and National Teaching Institute. They discovered that the Baha’i faith was founded by Baha'ullah (1817-1892), which means 'Glory of God'. His son and successor visited Liverpool in 1912. Now this faith has over 7 million followers from almost every nation, social and cultural background. Its members work towards the creation of a global community based on unity, equality and universal education.
Faith item: Prayer book selected by Denia Kincade:
“The prophet Bah’u’allah wrote many texts. Most Baha’is believe that the prayers he revealed are more potent than our own individual prayers”.