Children's Classes

Baha’i children’s classes aim to nurture the hearts and minds of children. The emphasis of these classes is on helping children to learn to reflect on and apply spiritual principles, such as love, unity and justice, to their own lives and to the lives of those around them. Based on the teachings of Baha’u’llah, the classes seek to inspire in children a love of God and His Messengers, and of humanity in all its diversity. The classes include short lessons, activities to build friendship, games, stories, art and music.

Mornelle: A Mini Service Project

Junior youth help to teach children a song about the importance of befriending and loving people of diverse backgrounds.

Doriane and Friends in Burnaby

A group of Baha'is in Burnaby reached out to meet some of the newcomers to their city and engage in meaningful conversations.

A Glimpse into Mornelle’s Children’s Class

Every Monday a group of children in the Mornelle neighbourhood rush their dinners and eagerly prepare to attend their weekly children's class.

How Mimi Met Her Neighbours

Inspired by the memory of her mother who worked with children, Mimi decided to get more involved in her community and start a children’s class.

A New Home in St. Jamestown

Cheyne talks about moving into the St. Jamestown neighbourhood in Toronto and how a series of activities were started there.

Introduction

Dan Scott talks about how neighbourhoods and communities are becoming elevated and transformed through participation in a set of activities.