Baha'i Faith

8 Ross Crescent, Fairfield, Hamilton City, Waikato
Physical address
P O Box 847, , Hamilton, 3240
Postal address
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Telephone (07) 856 7465

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6th February 2008
The Bahá'í Faith is a Non-Profit religious community within New Zealand, with smaller communities dotted throughout the country. Hamilton's Bahá'í Community meets regularly at their Bahá'í Centre.

The Bahá'í Faith has no clergy, and no rituals. One of the most important Principles of the Bahá'í Teachings is that of "Independent Search after Truth" this requires the true seeker to investigate the Teachings, and make an informed decision to join in the work of the Bahá'í community.

The Bahá'í focus is on the Oneness of God, the Oneness of Religion, and the Oneness of Mankind. The Bahá'í community welcomes seekers to take part in "Study Circles" "Devotional Meetings" "Children's Classes" & "Pre-Youth Classes" as well as "Firesides" in the homes.

There are 11 Bahá'í Holy Days to which the wider community is invited to attend throughout the year.

The Bahá'ís take part in many activities which have a similar focus of unity in Diversity, and often begin projects with this in mind. They support the United Nations activities, and have consultative status with the UN.

The Bahá'í Faith is an independent world religion with its International Headquarters in Haifa, Israel. Mt Carmel, with its 19 Terraces, Shrine of The Báb, and Administrative Centre, as well as the Shrine of Bahá'u'lláh at Bahji, which lies across the Bay of Haifa are places of Pilgrimage for Bahá'is who are invited to go.

Baha'is are extremely active in Peace Issues. An essential element of peace is reconciliation between religions.

Regrettably, religions have traditionally tended to act as competitors or even as enemies of one another. But they should be collaborators working together for the betterment of the world, since all religions agree on the basic importance of love and justice.

The Bahá’í Faith is a global religion, and its followers hail from every country. They are united by their common vision of world unity. Find out how this global community is joined together in a network that stretches from remote villages to great cities, with the Bahá’í World Centre at its heart.

The National Bahá’í Website is and you are invited to read articles about the Faith at this site. The International Official site is
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