Modern-day service pioneers are relocating where they can work alongside neighbors to transform lives
Young adults preparing for lives of service. Older folks exploring new ways to use their hard-won experience. Baha’is and friends of all ages are moving to city neighborhoods and small towns across the United States where there are opportunities to initiate and sustain community-building efforts. Their service may include:
- Reaching out to residents and having conversations on spiritual topics.
- Hosting devotional gatherings.
- Facilitating study circles, junior youth groups or children’s classes.
- Visiting and accompanying others taking part in this movement.
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