Children’s classes have now started up again after the summer break. The regular classes, held on Sunday mornings in Newbury between 9.30 am and 10.30am, alternate between the two age groups.
Myra Erbenova, who leads the sessions, said that the classes encourage youngsters to develop a strong sense of purpose, whilst empowering their own transformation and leading them to contribute to the advancement of society.
She said: “They are designed to help ensure that children grow strong intellectually, morally and spiritually. The Bahá’í writings attach great importance to the periods of childhood and youth, providing clear guidance to parents and communities to raise children in a nurturing and unambigious environment.”
There are two age groups for classes:
- five to seven year olds
- eight to 11 year olds.
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