For children of all faiths and beliefs in Loudoun County

“In God’s sight, the best of all ways to worship Him is to educate the children and train them in all perfections of humankind; and no nobler deed than this can be imagined.” – from the Bahá’í Holy Writings

Bahá’í s believe in the oneness of God, the oneness of the human family, and the oneness of religion. These classes are free to the public and focus on the systematic education of children in spiritual values that are common to all major religions. Children in grades K-5 of different cultures and backgrounds worship together, play games and have fun, enjoy refreshments, and practice service to the community.

When, Where, Who?

When: Sundays 10:30 am – noon, beginning October 9, 2011

Where: Northern Virginia Bahá’í Center, 21415 Cardinal Glen Circle Sterling, VA

Who: All children in Loudoun County grades K – 5

Contact info: Tel. (703) 444-0019 ext. 103


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