The Bahá’í group is keen to work with other religious and humanitarian groups towards the common goal of creating consciousness of the need for action and establishing unity and fellowship on campus. The Bahá’í group seeks to emphasize the search for spirituality, man’s connection to God, and the need for science to be balanced by religion, itself viewed as a cultural force with great positive potential when supported by the methodology of scientific reason.
The group hopes to add its contribution and support to the ongoing inter-faith and religious activities on campus, to add a voice to academic and policy discussions and explore practices of social-economic development.
The Bahá’í group aims to also provide a space for exploration of the Teachings of Bahá'u'lláh (The Founder of the Bahá’í Faith), and in particular, of the principle of the oneness of humankind, which it is hoped will encourage others to join Bahá’ís in their efforts to establish unity and fellowship on campus and in society at large.
The Bahá’í group holds a Prayer Powerhouse, monthly on Friday evenings in the Open Room B01 in the Amenities Building, Jubilee Campus. People usually gather around 7:30pm to start at 7:45pm. It usually lasts about an hour. Prayer Powerhouse is a space open to everyone for meditation and prayer. The dates of the Prayer Powerhouse in 2017 are as follows:
- 6 October 2017
- 3 November 2017
- 1 December 2017
The Bahá’í group is also interested in organising talks, workshops, and music events.
To contact the Bahá’í group, please email Yerzhan Tokbolat.
For more information about the Baha’i Faith, see Nottingham local Bahá’í community website: www.nottinghambahai.uk
UK Bahá’í community website: www.bahai.org.uk/
Worldwide Bahá’í community: www.bahai.org/
You can also visit a personal blog about Baha’i Faith created by one of the students at the University of Nottingham. The website holds contributions from several students of the university: uiuiu9.blogspot.co.uk/