Servant of God
(1844 - 1921)

Son of Bahá’u’lláh,
Founder of the
Bahá’í Faith
‘Abdu’l-Bahá tirelessly helped the sick and the poor
and stood as an example for racial justice, equality
of women and men, and religious unity.
In 1912, having traveled from what is now Israel to
France and the United Kingdom, he came to
America. He traveled from New York to California
and back, but he specifically requested to stop in
Nebraska to visit William Jennings Bryan.
On the way, he stopped in Omaha, and at the
Bryans’ home, he wrote a prayer in their guest book.
That guest book is part of the collection of the
Nebraska State Historical Society.
Please join us via Zoom at 7pm on Friday,
November 26th for a centenary commemoration of
His exemplary life and extraordinary work
dedicated to world peace.
There will be an in-person open discussion of the
teachings of the Bahá'í Faith on Saturday, Nov. 27,
at 5:00 p.m., at 509 Ridgewood Drive, Bellevue, NE
68005. A light meal will be served. All vaccinated
individuals are welcome!
To join these events or other community
activities, including safe spaces for
conversation and fellowship regarding
issues of racial justice, equality of women
and men, and world peace, please email
the Bahá’ís of Bellevue:
or call 402-738-9995


Welcome to the discussion.

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