Our faith community, like all Bahá’ís around the globe who follow the teachings of Bahá’u’lláh, is dedicated to promoting the unity of mankind. For us, this means being actively engaged in the social, material, and spiritual development of our local neighbourhoods and supporting activities that contribute to a better society.We invite you to learn more and to join us in this endeavour.
The activities of the local Bahá’í community cover a vast array of activities: children's classes, devotionals, inter-faith activities, discussion evenings, study groups, public events and work in the social sector. For information about current activities, we ask you to contact us.
The first Baha’i World Congress took place in 1963 in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Over 6,000 Baha’is gathered at the Royal Albert Hall from all over the world to celebrate the election of the first ever world legislative body of the Baha’i Faith - the Universal House of Justice. At that time there was a National Spiritual Assembly with headquarters in the neighbouring Borough of Westminster and there was just one London-wide Local Assembly. On 21st April, 1966, London was divided into neighbourhoods along borough lines where communities were large enough to form their own independent Local Spiritual Assemblies. Kensington and Chelsea was amongst the first of these to be established.
Whether you’d like to meet Bahá’ís, visit our activities, or find out more about the Bahá’í Faith, we’d love to hear from you.
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