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Baha'i Community Activities for January

Devotional Gatherings
Jan. 2, 2007 – Devotional gatherings to say prayers and read from the Writings of Many Faiths are held weekly on St. Thomas and St. John. All are warmly invited to attend and participate.
On St. Thomas, devotional gatherings with potluck brunch take place at Magens Bay Beach at 10 a.m., every Sunday. For additional information, call 776-7024 or 643-5059.
On St. John, devotional gatherings are held every at 7:30 p.m., every Friday. For information, call 776-6316 or 776-6254.

Junior Youth Group
A junior youth group (ages 10 to14) meets from 3-5 p.m., every Saturday, at Mafalie’s Day Care. The course of study for the group is "Breezes of Confirmation," prepared by the William Mmutle Masetlha Foundation in Zambia. The aim of the course is to enhance the powers of expression of junior youth by strengthening their literacy skills and helping them to articulate ideas with some degree of precision and clarity. Virtues development and cooperative game playing are essential elements of the program, intended to provide them with important tools to guide their decision-making and actions as they mature into young adults. For information on joining the group, call 998-6212 or 514-6752.

Exploring Spiritual Topics
If you would like to learn more about the Bahá’í Faith, or join a study group to explore such topics as the purpose of life, realizing one’s potential, prayer and life after death, please call 776-7024 on St. Thomas or 776-6316 on St. John.

Monthly Calendar
To receive a monthly calendar of Baha’i activities by e-mail or post, contact the St. Thomas Baha’i Community at StThomas@vi.bahai.org or 776-7024, or the St. John Baha’i Community at StJohn@vi.bahai.org or 776-6316.

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