Free talks about the Bahá’í Faith offered to West Berkshire schools

West Berkshire Bahai Myra Erbenova giving a talk at a West Berkshire school
Myra holds the children's attention as she talks about the Bahai Faith

Thames Valley Bahá’í Community wants teachers in West Berkshire to take advantage of a service by Bahá’ís to give talks about the Bahá’í Faith in schools.

One talk has alaready been scheduled, in support of March’s ‘Celebrating RE Month’, and it is hoped that more teachers will come forward to use the free service. The celebration is organised by the RE Council for England and Wales and financially supported by the Bahá’í National Spiritual Assembly.

Myra Erbenova (pictured), of Thames Valley Bahá’í Community, said: “Education is seen as an important aspect of life within the Bahá’i Community. There are some five million Bahá’is in 189 countries and 46 territories worldwide, but how many adults – let alone children – in West Berkshire are aware of what the Bahá’i Faith is all about?”

If you would like someone from the Thames Valley Bahá’í Community to give a talk at your school in March, or at any other time of the year, please email Myra and Shawn Khorassani on  or call 07964 676461, leave a message and we will get back to you.

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