November 27-28 this year marks the death of `Abdu'l-Bahá, considered by Bahá'ís to be the last of the three "central figures" of their faith. `Abdu'l-Bahá perhaps did more than any other Bahá'í to open the religion to the world beyond its place of birth in the Middle East.
The Bahá’í Community of Indianapolis invites all to participate in the Bicentenary Celebration of the Birth of The Báb.
July 9 — Bahá'ís celebrate the execution of one of the founders of their faith. The Báb's message of the essential unity of all religions and the equality of all humans was too much for the Persian Empire to stomach. Bahá'ís remain persecuted today in Iran and other countries.
May 1st, the final day of the 12-day period of Ridván, is the year's holiest day for Bahá’ís. It was the day in `1863 when Bahá’u’lláh left the Garden of Ridván to announce his mission of bringing peace to all religions, nations, and individuals.