To contact your local Indianapolis Bahá'i community call 317-297-9999
or email
secretary@indybahai.org
Celebration

All are welcome to attend the celebration of the Birth of Bahá’u’lláh.


  • November 11 at 7:30 pm
  • Indianapolis Bahá’í Center
  • Music, Fellowship and Food


Say the Fire Tablet

The Area Teaching Committee has launched a prayer campaign. To participate, say the Fire Tablet every day until the Birth of Bahá’u’lláh on November 12.

The committee wishes the friends to consider the following quotation from Insight from the Frontiers of Learning.


“ . . . Bahá’ís, wherever they live, can reach out to others and establish core activities, drawing participants from among their acquaintances wherever they may reside in the cluster. . . . A unity in diversity of action emerges, in which every believer can find a part to play as defined within the Plan’s framework for action. And even though different individuals engage in different activities, all share a common purpose and readily appreciate the contribution made by others as they gradually embrace larger and larger numbers of participants in the pattern of their community life.”

The Indianapolis Bahá’í Community welcomes all youth in the Indianapolis area to join a process of learning and service aimed at self improvement and the creation of a better world.

  • Throughout the fall we hope to study intensively on the weekends.
  • get involved in grassroots community-building activities such as classes for children and junior youth groups.


Contacts

Nate Loghmani

email: nateloghmani@gmail.com

phone: 317-691-0094


Haigo Setrakian

email: haigsetrakian@gmail.com

phone: 317-966-1600

Ongoing Events

Ongoing events open to the public.

Devotional Meeting
10:30 – 11:00 am
every Sunday
Bahá´í Center

3740 W 62nd St
Indianapolis, IN 46268

Devotional Meeting Details:

  • Open to all
  • Visitors welcome
  • Relaxed, informal atmosphere
  • All participants are free to share prayers, meditations, readings, and songs from any faith tradition
  • No pressure to share