The Redcliffe PCN Explorers will meet on Monday 1st November when Lorraine and Bonny will tell us about Abdu’l-Bahá, a significant figure in the Bahá’í faith and in many ways unique in religious history. His life, travels and impact on society will be commemorated by the world-wide Bahá’í community on 27 November, the centenary of his death.
Lorraine and Bonny are leaders of the local Baha’i community and will be delighted to answer questions about the history of the Bahá’í faith and its teaching, the two core ideas of which are (a) the incontrovertible truth that humanity is one, and (b) that humanity’s great faiths have come from one common Source and are expressions of one unfolding religion.
We meet from 6 to 8 p.m. in the ground-floor activities room at the Azure Blue Retirement Complex, 91 Anzac Ave., Redcliffe. As usual, everyone’s invited to participate in our lively and informative discussions. If there are any changes to the Government’s health advice it would be wise to give Ian a call (3284 3688 or 0401 513 723) to check whether the meeting is to go ahead as planned. Covid-safe conditions will be observed, and of course you’re urged to stay at home if feeling unwell, and get tested if you have any Covid symptoms.