A Faith for Today

Over a century ago Bahá’u’lláh taught that religious truth is not final but progressive. Religion is renewed, He said, in every age to re-establish and apply the unchanging principles found in the scriptures of the Great Religions of the world to the needs of the present day. The entrenched powers of 19th century Persian orthodoxy vehemently opposed His message but now His Faith is spread around the world. Here on Camano Island as in Europe, Africa, Australia, South America and throughout the world, Bahá’ís are working to usher-in the long-promised …

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[21 May 2018 ]
New Documentary Film ‘The Gate’ To Air on ABC TV

A new documentary film about the origins of the Bahá’í Faith in the mid 1800’s is currently airing on ABC stations nationwide and will be coming to Western Washington soon.  
The Interfaith Broadcasting Commission, a nonprofit organization which has been working in partnership with ABC, CBS and NBC and their affiliated stations nationwide since 1986 in an effort to “…enliven the discussion and expression of religious faith for a new generation of viewers”, was looking for “movies about the founder of a Faith” and it is in this context that the film is now being …

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[1 Mar 2015 ]
Spirit Ridge Inn

Many of the events hosted by the Baha’i Community of Camano Island take place at the Spirit Ridge Inn – a building with a wonderful atmosphere located in a natural setting in the heart of North Camano Island.
Spirit Ridge Inn
ADDRESS:  146 Spirit Ridge Lane, Camano Island, WA 98282
Driving Directions – From Stanwood, WA:             (See Map below)

Drive West on Hwy 532, cross the bridge and drive 4.5 miles past an old, white church, a fork in the road (stay to the left on the main road) and the first set of …

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[4 Nov 2012 ]
Local Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of Camano Island – 170 B.E.

 
A Local Spiritual Assembly (LSA) represents a town, city, or county, and are elected annually by direct election. If a locality only has nine Bahá’ís, then no election process is necessary. The Local Assemblies govern Bahá’í community life at the local level, and administer the affairs of the entire community, including coordinating the Nineteen Day Feast, holy day observances, funeral services, marriage counselling and many other tasks, though these are generally done through committee appointment.

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[3 Nov 2012 ]
Road Clean up

Once every quarter the Baha’is of Camano Island sponsor Hwy road clean up on SR532 from the west side of the “Mark Clark” bridge to “Good Road”.  All are welcome to join for this fun filled Community service project.   Call 425-319-8870 for dates, and to volunteer.
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[3 Nov 2012 ]

19-Day Feast Listings:  see calendar
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Informative Meetings – see calendar for details
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Local Spiritual Assembly Meetings – see calendar
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Holy Days – see calendar
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