• Upcoming Public Events

    Here are the activities taking place over the next few weeks:


    - Monday Feb 6 (sunset, or after): Feast of Mulk / Dominion; held in the five Areas: announced separately

    - Sunday Feb 12 at 10:30 AM: Sunday Morning Devotions & Fireside 

    - Sunday Feb 19 at 10:30 AM: Sunday Morning Devotions & Fireside 

    - Sunday Feb 26 at 9:30 AM: Ayyam-i-Ha Pancake Party, Program & Service 

    - Wednesday Mar 1 (sunset, or after): Feast of Ala / Loftiness; held in the five Areas: announced separately

    - Every Weekday at Noon: Daily Noon Prayers and Devotions

    Calendar Notes about Ayyam-i-Ha, Fast and Naw-Ruz: This year, Ayyam-i-Ha starts on Sunday Feb 26th and ends on Wednesday March 1st. This will be followed by 19 days of fasting (March 2nd through March 20th) and Naw-Ruz is on March 21st.


    These are great opportunities (except for Feasts) to invite your friends to who are interested in the teachings of the Faith. The details for each meeting and how to join them are listed further down.

    Event Details and Descriptions


    Sunday Morning Devotions & Fireside

    Date: Every Sunday

    When: 10:30 – 12:00 Noon

    What: Devotions (starting 10:30 AM) and Fireside (starting 11:00 AM)

    Where: Austin Baha’i Center, 2215 E.M. Franklin Ave, Austin, TX 78723


    Feb 12: Omeed Badkoobeh on a topic yet to be announced

    Feb 19: TBA, possibly a Musical Fireside by Mickey Ingram

    Feb 26: No program, in lieu of the Ayyam-i-Ha Pancake Party




    Ayyam-i-Ha Pancake Party

    Date: Sunday February 26th

    When: 9:30 AM, continues all morning

    What: Pancake breakfast, presentation, fun & games, service project (please see what items to bring for the project)

    Where: Austin Baha’i Center, 2215 E.M. Franklin Ave

    RSVP link: https://bit.ly/3Y7WsNw


    What is Ayyam-i-Ha?

    Ayyam-i-Ha, or the Intercalary Days, is a period dedicated to socializing, being hospitable, giving generously to the 

    poor and needy, and preparing for the upcoming month of fasting. Baha’u’llah has reduced rituals and ceremonies to a minimum in the Baha’i Faith and so everyone celebrates Ayyam-i-Ha differently. Many communities and families share meals together and some exchange gifts. Ayyam-i-Ha celebrations can be elaborate and complex or they can be humble and simple. The beauty of these days is that little is required to make good cheer when you are in the company of friends and surrounded by an atmosphere of love. (source: https://www.bahaiblog.net/2015/02/an-introduction-to-ayyam-i-ha/)



    Daily Noon Prayers and Devotions

    Date: Every weekday (Monday-Friday)

    When: 12:00 Noon

    What: Weekday Noon Devotional that has been going on for almost 3 years!

    Anyone is invited to attend.

    Zoom Meeting Link: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/815838540?pwd=aXdxQnhKaTBPSWdPVEpBcFV4bmR3dz09

    Meeting ID: 815 838 540

    Passcode: 8bq0sm


    Note from the organizer:

    There is usually some fellowship and checking in on how we are doing at the first part of the meeting so the devotions, stories, and inspirational writings start about 12:15 PM in case anyone is in a hurry or with limited time. We can modify the timing of things to fit lunch hour pressures.

    Anyone can come, even if only for 2 minutes just to say hello. There are no expectations.

    There is a hard stop after 40 minutes because we use a free ZOOM account.



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