Every morning at 9am we are hosting an online interfaith devotional using Zoom software. The devotional will last for about 30 minutes and everybody is welcome. The devotional will include prayers and readings from scriptures and inspiring quotes from other writers. Participants are welcome to share readings.
Chair of the Mid Ulster District Council Martin Kearney, Sean Henry Good Relations officer at the Mid Ulster District Council, Mahin Gornall, Magherafelt Baha’i Community, Rev. Dr. Adrian Stringer who sent greetings from the Christian Community and Dr. Les Gornall, Magherafelt Baha’i Community
After a week of events to mark the bicentenary of the birth of the Bab, newspapers are carrying articles about the events and about the Baha’i Faith generally. So far the best coverage has been in Omagh (Ulster Herald) and Magherafelt (Derry Post)
There is currently an exhibition of paintings by Kirsten O’Brien in Kilkeel library. There are twelve paintings in the exhibition, all are abstract and they portray key events in the lives of the Bab and Baha’u’llah
A week of celebrations came to a rapturous climax with the event in Stranmillis College Theatre last night
The evening started with beautiful music and singing and then the extraordinary performance of A Strange Bit of History by Omid Djalili that told the story of the Bab
This was the latest in a series of celebrations that were held in venues across Northern Ireland to mark the special bicentenary of the birth of the Bab
Many of the celebrations included the screening of the film that had been specially commissioned for the occasion Dawn of the Light. This film will be screened again in Belfast on Sunday 10th November at 7:30pm in South Belfast Friends Meeting House