We have created you from one tree and have caused you to be as the leaves and fruit of the same tree, that haply ye may become a source of comfort to one another. Regard ye not others save as ye regard your own selves ...

It behooveth you all to be

one indivisible people.

~ The Bab


29th OCTOBER, 2019


2019 marks the Baha’i Year, heralding an eagerly anticipated second historic bicentenary.

October will mark the 200th anniversary of the birth of the forerunner and herald of the Baha’i Faith, the Bab, whose dramatic ministry paved the way for the appearance of Baha’u’llah.


On the 29th before and after sunset, Baha’is, together with their neighbors, families, and friends, will commemorate the births of these Twin Luminaries.


29th October, Baha’is in over 200 countries worldwide celebrate the Birth of Siyyid Ali-Muhammad, the Herald of the Bahai Faith, whom is known as the Bab, a title that means both “Door” and “Gate” in Arabic.  The first of the two Manifestations of God — Prophets — of the Bahai faith, the Bab was born in 1819 in Persia, today’s Iran. 


To Baha’is, His birth represents the dawn of a divinely promised Day in humanity’s life, the age that will witness the maturity of the human race.  That maturity will be reflected both in its collective unity and in the uniqueness of its individual elements.  This is the dawn of a day during which Baha’is believe the human race will create “a world organically unified in all the essential aspects of its life, its political machinery, its spiritual aspiration, its trade and finance, its script and language, and yet infinite in the diversity of the national characteristics of its federated units.




Situated at Victoria Park Golf Complex,

past the main building. Signs will be posted for your direction



Ample free parking is available on site



Reserving your seats needs to be finalised before the 15th of October



All guests are required to register as seats are limited and table layouts prearranged



The guests will be served a two-course meal.

Dietary restrictions will be endeavoured to be met.

program for the evening

5:30 pm

Doors are open and the program will commence sharp at 6 pm.


6:00 pm

The celebration of the bicentenary birth of the Bab will commence. There will be readings, musical performances, short vides and theatrical expressions.


6:45 pm

A two-course dinner will be served for our esteemed guests.


7:30 pm

A short program commemorating the birth of Baha'u'llah. Through music, readings and acts, a highlight of His life and mission will be celebrated.


8:00 pm

Closing with hot beverages and time for the guests to socialise.




invites you to participate 

in upcoming community activities

Devotional Gatherings

Study Circles

Mindful Deepening

Children Classes

Community Services


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