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Baha’i Summer Schools England 2020

REGISTRATIONFOR THE ONLINE ENGLISH SUMMER SCHOOLS 2020NOW OPENSUMMER SCHOOL DATES:Saturday 29 – Monday 31 August 2020THEME:Dynamics of Building Vibrant Communities In these concluding months of the Five-Year-Plan, and with the centenary of the passing of the beloved Master marking the end of the first century of the Formative Age now firmly in sight, the programme for these historic Online Summer Schools promises to be uplifting and inspiring, as we arise, shoulder to shoulder, to fulfil our pledge in this spiritual enterprise.The Bahá’í Council for England is delighted to welcome youto register for the Summer School 2020 by clicking on the relevant link below: Northern Summer School:Northern summer school registrationSouthern Summer school:Southern summer school registration For logistical purposes, there are two separate links for the Online Northern and Southern Summer Schools and friends are invited to register for only one of the two events which will be running simultaneously.Registration for both Schools will initially be open only to friends in England until 8 August 2020.It will then be extended to all other friends until the final deadline date of 22 August 2020. Since spaces in each course are limited, friends are lovingly reminded to only select the courses that they can attend in full to allow for as many people as possible to...

Baha’i Summer Schools England 2020

Open To All The programme being planned will include: a combination of regionally collective as well as decentralised local activities; courses and workshops for adults, youth, junior youth and children; a well-spaced out timetable over the three days to cater for the needs of all participants, and in keeping with the online nature of the schools; the use of the arts in the various elements of the schools The summer schools will be free of charge and further details including programme, courses and registration see events page...
The Martyrdom of the Báb

The Martyrdom of the Báb

Wednesday July 10th 6pm Further information contact Malcolm on 07709007507 750 soldiers were lined up and fired on the two prisoners. The smoke from the rifles shut out the sun. When it cleared Anis stood in front of them unhurt and the Báb had disappeared. Eventually they found him in the prison room where they had spent the night, finishing his conversation with his secretary, which had been interrupted that morning. “I have finished my conversation with Siyyid Husayn” the Báb told the soldiers “now you may proceed to fulfil your intention. ” Sam Khán, the leader of the soldiers, was so amazed he ordered his men to leave the barracks at once. He said he would have nothing more to do with the killing of the Báb, even if it cost him his life. Another regiment was brought up, and this time all the soldiers were Muslims. The Báb and His companion were again hung onto the barracks wall. Seven hundred and fifty shots were fired again and the Báb and Anis were...