The Member for Lae, John Rosso said unity is a key solution to problems arising in communities.
He said this during his congratulatory speech to the Baha’i community in Lae, who celebrated the 200th Anniversary of the birth of Baha’u’llah, the founder of Baha’i Faith.
More than 200 people observed the celebration yesterday at the Baha’i Centre in Lae.
This room was packed with people who gathered to celebrate the 200th Anniversary of the birth of Baha’u’llah, the founder of the Baha’i Faith.
A member of the Baha’i children’s class, Violet Waine also took part to share teachings of the Faith that includes unity.
Member for Lae, John Rosso who was also present to observe the event says unity will help solve problems in societies.
The Baha’i communities through out the country are dedicated to serve others through community building activities such as Children Classes and Junior Youth Programs.
The Junior Youth Programs are now run in schools and many neighborhoods in Lae, to provide the moral and spiritual motivation that the young people need to unite and advance.
The Baha’i Faith, founded in 1844, is the latest in a line of religions including Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
The Founder of the Faith Bahá’u’lláh whose name means “The Glory of God,” is considered by millions around the world as the Divine Educator for this age.
The Baha’is are also building a national house of worship in Port Moresby that will be open to everyone.