The Herald Sun: Birth of the Bab service at Baha’i Center

Apr 2011
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Sydney
The Herald Sun: Birth of the Bab service at Baha’i Center

"DURHAM -- Bahá’ís in Durham invite the public to an observance of the Birth of the Báb at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Intercommunity Bahá’í Center, 5103 Revere Road. The Báb, who was born Oct. 20, 1819, in Shiraz, Persia (Iran), and whose name means “the Gate” in Arabic, was the herald of Bahá’u’lláh, Prophet and founder of the Bahá’í faith. Bahá’ís worldwide will be observing this anniversary.

The observance at the Durham Bahá’í Center on Saturday will include a spiritually uplifting program of prayer, devotional readings and music, followed by a gathering of fellowship."


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